IF YOU ARE APPLYING FROM YOUR HOME COUNTRY

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STEP 0NE

Please email the following information to 
info@milausa.com
  (Miami Campus) 

info.orlando@milausa.com  (Orlando Campus)


° The I-20 International Student Application Form;

° Copy of Passport (valid for at least 6 more months);

° Bank letter or statement showing ‘proof of funds’ (please consult MILA for
more information);

° Fill out the Confidential Financial Statement;

° If the funds are coming from a sponsor, please provide the sponsor
Affidavit of Support Form and Confidential Financial Statement with
sponsor’s information;

Once you are accepted by MILA :

Within 1 week, Miami International Language Academy – MILA will send the I-20 form via express mail.

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STEP TWO

Pay SEVIS fee at: www.fmjfee.com after receipt of I-20.

Print payment confirmation.

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STEP THREE

Schedule the appointment with the embassy: https://www.usembassy.gov/

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STEP FOUR

Once you are approved by the Embassy, please contact MILA to inform your arrival schedule.

Student coming from the home country, once the F-1 student visa is approved, the student may travel to the United States thirty (30) days before the program start date stated in the I-20.

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You must meet the following criteria in order to become an F-1 Student.

You must be enrolled in an “academic” educational program, a language-training program, or a vocational program.

Your school must be recognized by USCIS

You must be enrolled as a full-time student at the institution.

You must be enrolled in courses leading to English proficiency.

You must have sufficient funds available for self-support during the entire proposed course of study.

You must maintain a residence abroad which you have no intention of giving up.

You must have educational records.

MILA is authorized by SEVP to enroll non-immigrant alien students who wish to study as an F-1 student.