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It wasn’t long ago that people had no other option than to scan their travel documents, send sensitive travel information to their email accounts, and finally store their passports, visas, trip itineraries, identification certificates, etc., in Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, OneDrive and other cloud storage alternatives.
There are endless problems with this system, but to address the most important one, none of them are securely built to protect your highly sensitive and private documents you need to travel internationally. Zoomlee was engineered to keep your personal identity safe while you travel. Passports, visas and other travel documents can be uploaded to Zoomlee as a PDF, Word Document, Excel, PowerPoint… almost any file format including:
- Excel (.xls)
- Keynote (.key.zip)
- Numbers (.numbers.zip)
- Pages (.pages.zip)
- PDF (.pdf)
- PowerPoint (.ppt)
- Word (.doc)
- Rich Text Format (.rtf)
- Rich Text Format Directory (.rtfd.zip)
Zoomlee was created as a travel and compliance app that stores and protects your documents; however, there are so many unique features built into this single app specifically designed to make international travel, study, and living easy and safe. One of the newer features is the ability to access every document you have stored even when you are in an exotic location with no network connection.
Tracking your case number doesn’t have to be complex. With Zoomlee you simply enter the USCIS case number or receipt number in the Work Permit documents screen and you can easily track the status of your case.
When you store the information in the app your case number automatically becomes a direct link to the Case Number Status on the USCIS official site.
Once you have entered this information, you can check your case status quickly and frequently for Work Permit approvals, extensions or approval of your Green Card.
Eliminate the time you spend tracking international travel days and use Zoomlee’s tax-tracking function.
IRS… Audit… Income taxes… Federal… State… These are basic US tax terms that most people are familiar with and easily navigate through every April. April isn’t so simple if you’re a taxpayer living abroad, resident alien, foreign student, territory resident, nonresident alien, or one of the millions of people who are required to file international taxes. For these individuals, tax lingo isn’t so basic… Foreign Earned Income Exclusion, Foreign Tax Credit, Tax Treaties, Foreign Account Compliance Act and the ongoing struggle to keep up with filing dates and currency exchange. Do you know that you need to pay taxes on your global income in the US if you are a resident for more than 183 days in a tax year? That puts you in the category with millions of other International Taxpayers.
Every International Taxpayer falls under a different category. These categories can appear convoluted but it’s important to understand exactly where you sit. The IRS recently created a user-friendly map to help you determine exactly what category you belong. Visit the IRS’ official site for International Taxpayers.
International students studying abroad in the US have plenty to keep track of without having to worry about the status or expiration dates of essential immigration documents and certificates such as their visa or passport. Most students already struggle to keep track of basic documents such as financial aid applications, scholarship deadlines and status, transferring units to keep transcripts up-to-date, degree certificates, etc.
Do you know that you can organize all your key documents in the Zoomlee app developed for international students and get automatic reminders of expiration dates of your passport, F1 visa, I 20 document, I 94 and your OPT documentation?