If you are an international student, you will need a visa to study in the USA. Learn what the different types of visas are.
Applying for a visa requires having the right forms and documents. With the help of the Office of Global Services, F-1 and J-1 Exchange Visitors get the guidance they need to complete it—from start to finish.
The F-1 visa application can be intense, which is why the Office of Global Services walks international students like you through it—step-by-step.
Your J-1 scholar visa application is the first step towards joining a global community of motivated learners. Learn all about the application process and how to transfer to Northeastern University.
With so many different ways to fill out the I-20 form, figuring out how to complete yours can be confusing. Use the instructions below that correspond to your program to fill out the form.
This instruction sheet outlines the necessary procedures to obtain your student visa and prepare for your arrival to the United States.
The I-901 Student and Exchange Visitor Information System fee supports the Student and Exchange Visitor Program and the automated system that keeps track of students and exchange visitors—ensuring they maintain their status while in the USA.
Whether you intern at a Fortune 500 or a start-up company, it is important for all J-1 student interns to understand how to maintain their status and apply for a visa.
Are you an international student participating in an exchange program with a government, organizational, or university sponsorship? If so, you will need to travel with a J-1 student visa.
Instructions for newly admitted F-1 students for requesting an I-20.
Learn about the process of J-1 sponsorship of international scholars with this step-by-step guide.