Updates: Insurance waiver sessions and small business advising
Published: Tuesday, 29 Jan 2013
Health Insurance Waiver Help Session Spring 2013
International Student Health Insurance Waiver Help Session for Spring 2013
When: Tuesday, February 5th, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Where: Wells Hall, Room B110-H (Computer Lab)
Who: For any International Student
What do you need to bring to complete the waiver?
- A copy of your alternative health insurance card or insurance enrollment certificate
- A copy of the insurance policy’s “summary of benefits” information.
- You need to provide these documents before the waiver request can be approved.
- Student Health Insurance Representatives from the Human Resources Benefits Office will be available to answer questions regarding student health insurance and the waiver process.
- Waiver application deadline: February 15th.
If you have any questions about the waiver, please contact your Student Insurance Representative in the Human Resources Benefits Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or
- Last names beginning with the letters A-K, call 517-884-0144 for Ann Eure
- Last name beginning with the letters L-Z, call 517-884-0170 for Michelle Fewless.
If you need assistance on your search for alternative insurance policies, please email email@example.com or come to OISS Health Insurance Walk-in Hours Monday to Thursday 1 -3 PM.
Free Legal Advice for Small Business Startups
Attention MSU International Students:
Are you thinking of starting your own business? Did you already start a business and want help managing legal requirements? Get legal assistance for FREE from the MSU College of Law’s Small Business and Nonprofit Law Clinic!
Clinicians will be available to meet with you during OISS Walk-In Advising Hours at the International Center between 1pm and 3pm on January 30th, February 6th, and February 17th (three sessions only).
If you establish a relationship with the Small Business and Nonprofit Law Clinic at the walk-in advising hours, your service fees will be waived! While filing fees may be due to the state or federal government depending on the type of transaction(s) you need, you will still get the legal advice on how to properly complete that transaction absolutely free of charge.
MSU College of Law Small Business and Nonprofit Law Clinic website:
- Presentation: “Immigration Considerations for Entrepreneurial International Students” 10/5/12: http://oiss.isp.msu.edu/documents/resources/entrepreneurship.pdf*
US Citizenship and Immigration Services: Entrepreneur Pathways Resource:
We hope to see all entrepreneurial international students at the walk-in advising hours!
The Office for International Students and Scholars
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