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Whether you’re new to the U.S. — or just new to CU — international employees and students have unique concerns. The International Tax Office is here to make sure you can meet your payroll and tax obligations with knowledge and confidence.
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What is the difference between a CU International Employee and a CU Global Employee?
CU International Employees
- Resident or nonresident alien working inside the United States
- Subject to U.S. taxation, labor and employment laws
- Compliance resource: International Tax
CU Global Employee
- Any employee working outside the United States
- Subject to taxation, labor and employment laws in the country in which they are working
- Compliance resource: Global PEO Services
CU is not a global employer and is unable to service employees working from outside the U.S. Remote work from abroad may be possible through partnership with Global PEO Services, to ensure the university's compliance with foreign tax requirements, but requires careful advanced consideration and commitment by the hiring department.