Main Street Schoolhouse Language Institute is a unique multicultural school that prepares post-graduate international students to attain English skills in small interactive classes to continue their professional goals in U.S. Universities or to excel in their career choice, and provides activities and services that promote friendship and cultural transition.
|1.||Main Street Schoolhouse Application Form
Completely fill out our pre-application form (your passport number is required, if you do not have it, you should get it). This gives us the information we need to complete the I-20 Student Visa application.
Provide a bank statement for 3 months, yours or from the person that will be supporting you. The embassy wants to see that all the support money is in the bank plus extra in case of unexpected expenses. A sponsor will need to fill out Form I-134, Affidavit of Support, and it must be notarized.
The I-20 application fee is $200. This is done over the internet with a visa card; you can do this process in our office with your own card, or the school’s card. Feel free to go to the SEVIS I-901 Fee processing website to make a payment. Once payment is made you will receive a receipt for payment; which you will need to take to the embassy, along with your 1-20 application.
The legal I-20 form fee is $100. This is done over the internet with a visa card; Once payment is made you will receive a receipt for payment; which you will need to school make your I-20.
Next, we make the legal I-20 form on the computer. The student (or parent, if the student is a minor) must write the full name and sign it on the first page. Please pay close attention to the starting date for your classes.
If it becomes impossible to come by the date on your I-20, we can change your starting date and send you an updated I-20, but you should pay for Fedex fee again.
Note: We don’t start to make your I-20 until you make SEVIS and School fees.
|6.||Appointment at the Embassy
When the student has all these documents, he or she has to get his passport and then make appointment with the embassy. Visit the United State Embassy site to locate the closest embassy/consulate near you. For more information on Visa Appointments & Processing visit U.S. VISAS.
Please remember to take the following: