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Office of International & Multicultural Affairs

Lenee Woodson
Santa Rita Hall 203

Phone: (973) 290-4215
lwoodson@cse.edu

Current Students - Maintain F1 Visa

Like all nations, the United States has laws governing foreign students. When you entered the United States, an immigration inspector asked you to read and sign a statement on your Form I-20. Your signature there signifies your agreement to abide by the conditions of F-1 student status while you are in the United States. The Office of International Student Development is here to help you avoid violating your F-1 status.

Here are some guidelines to keep in mind:

In addition, the College of Saint Elizabeth has the following requirements for international students:

Ultimately, it is your responsibility to know and follow the regulations that affect you. You can get into legal trouble if you choose to bend, break, or ignore the rules. Please come to the Office of International and Multicultural Affairs with all your questions and concerns regarding U.S. Immigration regulations.

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