CURRENT F-1 STUDENTS
An F-1 student is a non-immigrant enrolled in the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) and in pursuit of a full course of study at a U.S. institution approved by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Once F-1 students attain their objectives, the U.S. government expects them to return their residences abroad.
The following links provide information useful to F-1 students, as does
Office of international students and scholars at WSU Pullman.
Process and regulations for enrolling in another DHS-approved school, as well as WSU Spokane.
Information about passports, F-1 visa stamps, I-20 forms, and I-94 departure records.
Process and regulations for enrolling in less than a full-time
Information about temporary absence and reentry into the USA.
DHS restrictive employment regulations and other information necessary to working in the U.S.
Requirements for engaging in employment and paid internships
Requirements for engaging in employment before or after
Information on Income tax, social security tax, immigration status
Conditions and procedures for extending F-1 status if you do not complete your program.
DHS regulations for maintaining legal F-1 status.
How to leave WSU Spokane upon completion, withdrawal, or transfer to another school.
Procedures and regulations for transferring out of WSU Spokane.
International Student Advisor
Academic Center 145