Welcome to Office of International Student Admissions and Programs, established December 1, 2019. We serve international students at all levels and programs, including Undergraduate and Graduate students and students of the English Language Program. For questions about study abroad, exchange students and international scholars, contact the Office of Global Engagement.
Coronavirus Information for International Students
Welcome to Fall 2020!
ISAP welcomes all students back to campus for the Fall 2020 semester. Classes will be taught mostly face-to-face, while some classes have transitioned to online courses. Students, staff and faculty are all asked to adhere to public health guidance to ensure the safety of our community. The ISAP office is open on the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses but we encourage students to continue to utilize virtual services as much as possible. To schedule a meeting go to the ISSS Portal, click on One Steps, then click Immigration Advising Appointment Request and scroll down to the links that say “schedule with Tanya/Sara”. Continue to monitor your Georgia Southern email for updates from the University and ISAP.
International Student Spotlight
News and Events
- DHS Proposes Elimination of Duration of StayOn September 25, 2020, the Department of Homeland Security proposed a new rule in the Federal Register to eliminate the Duration of Status class of admission for F-1 Students. Under the proposed rule, individuals […]
- Using I-797 in place of EAD cardAs announced earlier, USCIS confirmed delays in printing and shipping EAD cards. On August 19, 2020, USCIS posted an update: “Employees may present their Form I-797 Notice of Action showing approval of their I-765 […]
- Card Production Delays at USCISF-1 students should be aware that on July 21st, USCIS confirmed delays in printing and shipping EAD cards. “USCIS expects these backlogs will continue for the foreseeable future.” ISAP will continue to notify […]
- Updated Federal Guidance for the Fall 2020 SemesterThe announcement on July 6 and the FAQs that were released on July 7 have been rescinded and the government will return to the status quo as directed by the March 9, 2020, […]