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SNOR Online Reporting

Welcome to the Student National Origin Report (SNOR) online reporting system.  This report is an official filing and should be made by the private school authorized designee.

In order to proceed with the SNOR, please have available the system password and your Personal Identification Number.

Please have available your immigrant student counts by country of origin in order to input the data.

Once you enter the system you may logoff and later log in again if necessary in order to complete your report; however, once you reach the end of the report and submit the electronic signature, you will not be allowed to re-enter the system.

Please print and maintain a copy of the final confirmation page.

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Questions: Geoffrey Ndirangu | | 916-323-5831 
Last Reviewed: Thursday, June 13, 2019
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