OPT Reporting

Students

How to Complete OPT Reporting

Go to the iHawk website 

  1.  with your KU Online ID.
  2. Go to F-1 Practical Training and select “OPT (Post-Completion)".
  3. Complete and submit the appropriate report. You can submit the same E-Form multiple times as needed.
  • If you are a performing artist reporting multiple gigs, or a self-employed business owner/contract worker, here are some reporting TIPS for special categories.

Questions?

  • For KU Online ID and login questions, contact KUIT directly.
  • For OPT reporting requirement questions, review the OPT webpage section on Post-Comp OPT Reporting Requirements first. If you still have questions, email iss@ku.edu with "OPT Reporting Question" in the subject line.

 

Employers (for 17-month STEM OPT students only)

Please initiate the process of reporting the termination or departure of an employee who is on the 17-month STEM extension OPT, by emailing ihawk@ku.edu. Please provide the following in the email:

  • Subject: "Employer Report (STEM OPT Employment Termination/Departure)"
  • Body of email: Employee’s full name and date of birth.  Your name and email address.

Once we receive your email, we will send you an E-Form to complete the report for termination or departure.

Any questions, email iss@ku.edu with "Employer OPT Reporting Question" in the subject line.


Presidential Executive Order Update & Information

Message from Associate Vice Provost Charles Bankart regarding Supreme Court Decision on Trump Executive Order

State Department Cable regarding Implementing the Executive Order

International Students Dodge Trump’s Partly Reinstated Travel Ban, but Concerns Persist
 
International Students Dodge Trump’s Partly Reinstated Travel Ban, but Concerns Persist
International Students Dodge Trump’s Partly Reinstated Travel Ban, but Concerns Persist
International Students Dodge Trump’s Partly Reinstated Travel Ban, but Concerns Persist
International Students Dodge Trump’s Partly Reinstated Travel Ban, but Concerns Persist

Travel Advisory for Nationals of Certain Countries Pursuant to Executive Orders--NAFSA

International Students Dodge Trump’s Partly Reinstated Travel Ban, but Concerns Persist--The Chronicle

Information related to the March 6 Executive Order

Information related to the January 27 Executive Order

 

 
 


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