Becoming a ELI Student from Abroad
These are the the general guidelines for becoming a ELI student if you are currently abroad. Please keep in mind that the path to ELI may vary due to individual circumstances. When you apply to study at ELI a Student Relations Specialist who is proficient in your native language will be assigned to you. Your Student Relations Specialist will guide you through the process of admission, answer your questions, and support you throughout your studies at ELI. All correspondence with the school should be addressed to:
Issuance of I-20
Your visa interview at a US embassy/consulate requires that you bring the following documentation:
When your visa is issued, notify ELI of your expected arrival date. You should arrive no more than 30 days before your program start date.
Entering the United States
You cannot enter the United States more than 30 days before the start of your program at ELI.
Upon arrival at a United States Port of Entry you must present: