After receiving the I-20 documents, arrange visa interviews with the nearest US consulate or US embassy. Its preferable to have these interviews conducted in your country of citizenship when possible.
Holders of F-1 visas can stay in the US for the length of their study plus a limited time following the completion of their studies in order to pursue Optional Practical Training.
F-1 visa holders are allowed to work on campus for up to 20 hours a week when school is in session and 40 hours a week when classes are not in session (winter, spring and summer breaks).
Its important to maintain communication with Wooster once you have received your visa. We'll send you information to help you prepare to come to Wooster.
International students are required to attend an orientation event that addresses specific issues and concerns related to your status. Don't book your travel until you have the dates when you are to arrive on campus. Those with US citizenship who have been living overseas are welcome to attend also.
During the summer the Office of International Student Affairs can assist you with questions and concerns.
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1189 Beall Avenue, Wooster, Ohio 44691. (330) 263-2000
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