Learn about SEVIS, an Internet-based system that maintains current academic and immigration information on non-immigrant students and their dependents.
Comparison of F1 and J1 Visa
An outline of the major differences between F1 and J1 student visas.
Immigration advisors from the Graduate School are available to assist you
The Cranwell Center provides immigration advising and other services for international undergraduate students. It also offers social events and activities for the international student and scholar population and their families.
Provides information for international students who want to study in the U.S.
ETS provides standardized tests including the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Find out about test center locations, schedules, registration information, computer based testing, sample questions, and more.
Glossary of words frequently used in immigration processes.
Learn the important distinction between a visa and your visa status.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services of the Department of Homeland Security provides first hand information about immigration services and benefits. You may learn about regulations and policies, read their newsletter, and download immigration forms. USCIS Code of Federal Regulations for F-1 Student Status.
The website of the Department of State provides travel information and advisories, information about visas, and listings of U.S. consulates abroad. Code of Federal Regulations for J-1 Exchange Students
The largest investigative arm of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Their website contains information about becoming an academic student in the United States, maintaining your status, and arriving at a port of entry.
SEVIS I 901 Fee
Details about the fee required by non-immigrant students who are seeking an F1 or J1 visa.