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Been Accepted? International Students
Once you have submitted your deposit you will be contacted by the International Student Advisor who will walk you through the processes of applying for your visa. Here are the forms that you will need to complete:
- Certificate of Finance- if you have not already done so
- ISVDR form
The Certificate of Finance is a form from your bank stating you have enough in an account to cover one year's cost at Curry College. This form must be sent by certified mail and cannot be sent by email. The address to send it to is:
Attention: Liz Marsden
1071 Blue Hill Avenue
Milton, MA 02186
The ISVDR form can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
After we have received the above forms your I-20 will be created and sent by certified mail. You take the I-20 and make an appointment with the consulate in your home country to apply for a visa. It is important you call your consulate because each country is different on what you need to bring to the appointment.
Transferring an I-20 from another college or high school
You must download and fill out the "Transfer In" form from the Required Forms page. You and your school's International Student Advisor should fill this out together. Email this back to the ISA and I will send you your Curry College I-20. It is important to note that some border patrol want to see the visa matching the school on the I-20. It is recommended that even if your visa is not set to expire you should renew it at your consulate in your home country, with the current schools name. As always contact your consulate to find out what you need to bring.
If you have questions you can contact Liz Marsden email@example.com