Nonresident Alien Tax Forms for Visitors/Guests
Below are links to the updated nonresident alien tax forms and instructions--for paying honoraria, consulting and speaking fees, etc. to visitors/guests who are not NYU employees
|Visitor's Information Sheet for Income and Travel||Completed by visitors with B-1, WB, B-2 or WT visas** (PRIOR to NYU visit). Please note that if the visitor is only being reimbursed for receipted expenses for up to 9 days, only this form needs to be filled out|
|Required Documents Checklist||NYU form - Checklist to ensure proper documentation is completed.|
|NYU Alien Information Collection Form||NYU form - Used for tax withholding and reporting purposes.|
|IRS Form 8233||IRS form - Required for all who are claiming tax-treaty benefits; the visitor will be taxed unless this form is completed (FYI, "beneficial owner" is the visitor you are paying)|
|IRS Form W-7||IRS form - Required only for visitors who DO NOT have a social security/tax ID number (it is an application for a tax ID #)|
|IRS Form W-8BEN||IRS form, used to establish proper tax status for nonresident aliens (FYI, "beneficial owner" is the visitor you are paying)|
|**B-1 = Business Visa, WB = Waiver of Visa for Business, B-2 = Tourist Visa, WT = Waiver of Visa for Tourists|
You can also go the main NYU forms site here.
Please note the following:
- In addition to these forms, a copy of the visitor's visa, passport and I94 are needed.
- If you are only reimbursing a nonresident alien for expenses (original receipts required) only the "Visitor's Information Sheet for Income and Travel" is filled out.
- Holders of B1, B2, WT or WB can usually only be paid and/or reimbursed for a maximum of 9 days.
Faculty are strongly encouraged to inform Human Resources and their SPO know you will be paying a visiting nonresident alien before the visitor arrives because all issues are not covered on this page .
|These forms are in PDF format. You need the free Acrobat reader view and print them.|
last updated 06/02/08