Student Application Checklist
Use the following list
to help you prepare your application.
International Student Application Form
application form must be filled in completely.
You must include the complete street address of your residence in your home
country, mailing address, home country telephone number, e-mail and address and
telephone number of any local relative or sponsor in the U.S.
your educational history in
the correct section. Be sure to include the name, location and
dates of attendance of your high school, and any post-secondary,
university-level or English language training.
application must be signed and
dated by the student applicant.
should submit official, certified school records
not photocopies. In most cases, you must submit documents issued by the
school, the ministry of education, the government or official office
responsible for issuing school records. If the documents are issued in
English, you can submit these, or you also must provide an official English
must prove successful secondary school completion
(such as school grade report,
diploma, graduation document or secondary exam certificate results).
Secondary school completion typically means at least 12 years of education.
Submit final-year grade report and exam results.
post-secondary, university-level or English
language study information,
educational records and/or grade reports.
Proof of Financial Eligibility
an original bank letter
from the sponsor's bank or financial institution which includes the location
of bank, the sponsor's account information, which is signed by a bank
official. The evidence must prove there is a minimum balance of $16,540 or
more in the account to support the student.
the sponsor's financial affidavit of support
from the sponsor, with the sponsor's name, address, telephone, and
signature, which verifies the intention to sponsor the student for all
expenses. The affidavit should be signed, stamped or sealed by an official
notary, bank official or witness of documents.
Visa information (if applicant
is currently in the U.S.)
photocopies of the passport,
biographical page and page showing
the validity dates and expiration date for your passport.
photocopies of the visa documents,
the visa stamp inside the passport, the white I-94 arrival /departure card, and
letters from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.
school information, a photocopy
of your Form I-20, and a grade or attendance report if you are attending
English Language Ability
� $25 USD
non-refundable application fee