As the year ends, many international students make plans to travel abroad during their break from classes. It is important that students inform themselves before they leave the United States about the rules they must follow to successfully re-enter the country after their trip.
Studying in the US is always exciting. However whether you are going to see family and friends, starting a new job, going to school, or on a trip, having a good Visitor Health Insurance is the most important thing you can do for yourself and your family members. Please read more here.
- Students: Remember to Meet With Your DSO Before Traveling Abroad
Explains the importance of checking in and verifying information with your designated school official before leaving campus.
- Preparing for Winter Break
Outlines the documentation you need to re-enter the United States.
- What to Know Before You Fly
Details what to expect when traveling from U.S. airports. This blog post is helpful to read whether you are planning domestic or international travel.
- I Received a Form I-515-A, Now What?
Explains what a Form I-515A, “Notice to Student or Exchange Visitor,” is, why you may receive one and how to properly comply.
- SEVP Announces New Procedure for Form I-515A Noncompliance
Details the Student and Exchange Visitor Program’s process for responding to students who fail to comply with the Form I-515A.
If you are an M-1 student, you should also read Five Travel Reminders for M-1 Students to better understand the unique rules and regulations that apply to your status.
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Student Visitor Health Insurance – is a must for every foreign student. For one dollar a day you can get a great coverage. Please read more about Health Visitor Insurance Plans for students offering by India Network Services.
About India Network Health Insurance
India Network Services is a US-based company that administers visitor health insurance to tourists, students, temporary workers and their families. Visitor medical insurance plans are offered for all age groups with both fixed coverage, comprehensive coverage and with or without pre-existing condition coverages.