The Form I-20 is a document issued by schools, colleges, universities, and vocational schools which provides the essential information needed for the F-1 Student Visa.
The I-20 is a United States Department of Homeland Security document and can only be issued by a qualified school official (DSO or PDSO) at an institution which is authorized under Federal Law to enroll nonimmigrant students.
The I-20 is a “Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status.”
Don’t get confused, the I-20 is not the F-1 (Student) Visa itself! However, you will need to get an I-20 before you can qualify for the F-1 Visa.
Visit our page What is the F-1 Student Visa? to find out more.
How do I get an I-20?
Language On will issue you an I-20 after you qualify for our Intensive English program and we issue you a letter of acceptance.
To begin the process or to see if you qualify for our Intensive English course, please complete our school application and provide us with a copy of your passport.
Requirements to get started:
1. Language On Application for Admission
2. Copy of your passport (valid for at least 6 more months)