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Information for Admission Offices
Annual Admission Meeting ISSS hosts annual inf...
F-2/J-2 Dependents
Eligibility The spouse and unmarried minor children (under 21 years of age) of the F-1 Student or J-1 Exchange Visitor are eligible for F-2 or J-2 dependent status. A J-1 Exchange Visitor at Penn can be either a “student” or “scholar.” ISSS wants to provide a welcoming environment for
Permanent Residency (PR)
This information outlines several ways it is possible to become a permanent resident of the US. For more information about PR in general, ISSS recommends consultation with a qualified immigration attorney. For information about Penn PR sponsorship, including a request for initial case review, for certain full-time employees of
Getting Started
Planning for studying abroad is an exciting pr...
Change of Status
You can typically switch your US immigration s...
Current Students
What is F-1? F-1 is an immigration status avai...
Maintaining J-1 Scholar Status
The J-1 scholar must take care during his/her ...
Economic Hardship
If you are an F-1 or J-1 student who is experiencing unforeseen, serious financial hardship while studying in the U.S., you may be able to obtain off-campus employment authorization. USCIS authorizes economic hardship employment for F-1 Students and the US Information Agency authorizes it for J-1 Students. Economic hardship
ISSS Deadlines & Processing Times
ISSS kindly asks that immigration processing r...
ELP Students
Maintaining your status as an ELP student requires you to: Follow the instructions found on Page 2 of your I-20/DS-2019 Familiarize yourself with the policies and regulations outlined below: Know and protect your Documents Review the Academic, Attendance, and Employment policies Understand the Travel and Transfer regulations Know &