International Program

The International Tax Assistance Program supports the reporting and compliance needs of international students, researchers, visiting scholars, and visiting faculty. Services provided to these members of the University community from other countries include, but are not limited to, the preparation of income tax returns for the current tax year. We also offer assistance with related income tax controversy matters. We hope to have appointments from February 22 until April 15 with the exception of Good Friday, April 2.

Email Services for International Students, research Scholars and Visiting Scholars who are not at Notre Dame for the spring 2021 semester. In past years we were able to offer limited tax preparation services for qualified individuals living abroad. Due to staffing restrictions from Covid-19 we do not have the resources this year to offer these services. Please see the Alternatives to ITAP section.

The International Tax Assistance Program is led by Professor Ken Milani of the Department of Accountancy. In addition to Professor Milani, the International TAP has a staff of one tax professional. Services during tax season are provided by students enrolled in a graduate accounting course, Income Taxation of International Individuals.

In 1999, the University received a generous donation to fund the work of this long-established program. The donation was made in honor of and in the name of Vivian Harrington Gray.

The Vivian Harrington Gray Notre Dame – Saint Mary’s Tax Assistance Program is a registered VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) site, recognized and certified by the Internal Revenue Service. VITA sites and their volunteer participants are required to meet strict ethical standards and training requirements.