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If you are an international student or wish to become an international student, transferring from another U.S. institution, changing your visa status, or going through the reinstatement process, please contact our team at email@example.com to learn about our diverse lineup of business, healthcare, and information technology programs. Our Admissions Representatives will be happy to connect with you and share their knowledge and personal insights.
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CSI is more than happy to welcome students from other SEVP-certified schools. CSI offers a wide selection of courses designed to help you succeed.
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An international student is any student who is not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States and its territories.
Learn more about how CSI can help you if you are coming from abroad and interested in studying at CSI.
If you came to the United States to work, travel, or with any other purpose, and changed the purpose to study later while being in the country, we can help you to change the status.
An F-1 student is a nonimmigrant who is pursuing a full course of study to achieve a specific educational or professional objective at an academic institution in the US. Once the educational objectives have been achieved, the F-1 student is expected to return to his or her residence abroad.
Learn more about how CSI can help you if you are changing your visa status to F1.
If a student has lost their status and wants to transfer to CSI, the DSO will work with the student on reinstatement.
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Learn more about OPT here.