Taxes, Visas and Travel During Your Residency


This section contains very important information regarding the following:

Taxes for U.S. Citizens, permanent residents and exchange visitors

Exchange Visitor Visas, J1, J2, B and the visa waiver program,
the health insurance requirements for GRI and Museum J1 and J2 visa holders, and other restrictions and requirements

What exchange visitors need if traveling abroad from the United States

J1 Visitor Guidelines

This section explains the J1 visitor visa and, how to apply for one and what is necessary for spouses and children.
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J1 Visitor Information

This section contains information on important restrictions attached to the J visa Professor, Research, and Short-term Scholar categories.
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J1 Health Insurance Requirements For GRI and Museum Only

Specific requirements regarding the dollar amount of coverage needed to maintain legal status in the U.S.
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J1 Exchange Visitor Taxes

Tax information for those traveling on a J-1 Visa.
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J1 Visa Travel Limitations

Information, and travel limitations, when extending your J1 Visa.
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ESTA & B Visas

This section contains information for you and your family members planning to come to The Getty with a B visa or ESTA.
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Exchange Visitor Travel

This section contains information on what Exchange Visitors will need if they are planning on traveling outside of the U.S. during the residency.
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U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident Taxes

Tax information for U.S. Citizens or Legal Permanent Residents, including Getty policies and disclosures.
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IRS Website

This page will direct you to the Internal Revenue Service website.
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California State Tax Board

This page will direct you to the California State Tax Board website.
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Required U.S. Tax Numbers

Information on the Social Security number and the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
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