Your Primary Resource for
On-Campus Employment Authorization
In general, ISSS is the only office with which most students and scholars will have a connection with regard to on-campus employment. When in doubt, start with ISSS and, if necessary, we will refer you to the correct place for assistance.
Authorization to prepare and sign immigration and non-immigration documents related to Old Dominion University appointment or employment rests exclusively with ISSS by delegation of the Provost's Office. This is to say that no faculty member, department representative, or attorney has the authority to sign non-immigrant or immigrant petitions and related documents on behalf of the University. Such documents include, but are not limited to, Form I-20 Certificate of Eligibility, Form DS-2019 (formerly Form IAP-66), Form I-129, Labor Condition Applications (LCA), Form ETA 750, Form I-140.