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International Services | Student Visas

Getting Your Student Visa

The Immigration Form I – 20 needed to obtain the F-1 (Student Visa) will be issued only to applicants that:

  • Are admitted to Trinity.
  • Demonstrate sufficient funds to cover expenses for at least one academic year. Proof of financial responsibility, which includes an official bank statement for the first year of study, along with a letter of sponsorship from the Sponsor. Applicants with sponsors in the U.S. will have to fill out and notarize the Form I-134 (Affidavit of Support), and send that along with a letter of sponsorship.
  • Have paid the $100.00 enrollment fee.

Maintaining Student Status

All international students must pursue a full course of study (a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester for undergraduate students and 9 credit hours for graduate students). Failure to adhere to this USCIS requirement for F-1 students may jeopardize your legal non-immigrant status.


Contact the Office of International Student Services by phone at (+1) 202-884-9141 or visit us in Main 134.

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