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U.S. Intern Relocation GuideHow to Use This GuideCongratulations on your new internship!Relocating can be exciting, but it can also be a source of stress. We want to make your relocation as worry-free as possible. This Intern Relocation Guide for U.S. domestic, one-way relocation will help you complete three steps:1. Check your eligibility. Read the Eligibility section below to make sure you qualify.2. Determine your relocation allowance and review housing information. Your relocation allowance depends on the number of miles you are relocating from your school to your new work location. We encourage you to start planning for your housing as early as possible, since affordable housing may be difficult to find at some Intel sites.3. Sign the Relocation Agreement. In order to receive your relocation allowance, you are required to sign Intel’s Relocation Agreement at the end of this guide. No relocation funds can be released to you until the Relocation Service Center has received your signed Agreement.By following these three steps, you will learn the information you need to know, save time, and have a smoother relocation.Read the full U.S. Intern Relocation Guide.
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