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 Need advice on I-20
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Posted on 08-07-14 4:54 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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My sister applied multiple colleges for master with an opportunity for TA, RA, and other assistant ship. She applied for visa and got visa for XYZ university but without TA. She is travelling tomorrow to USA to attend late August orientation with ZYZ university. Luckily, She got a letter today from ABC university stating that she got TA in their university.I want to send her to ABC university whose orientation also begin late August.

What does she need to do to goto ABC university? Can she just ignore XYZ university and show up at ABC university?

Any advice from expert and experienced will be highly appreciated.

Thanks!!
 
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She should call xyz univ and tell them she'll be attending abc univ because its giving her TA.
 
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I believe you need to attend the university for which u got visa and then do a transfer. She just can;t show up for other university as her student data is tied to SEVIS which would show her XYZ university. Your XYZ university first need to release you which I believe they can do only after attending for at least 1 semester. Anyhow, you need to contact International Student Center at XYZ univeristy.
 
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Thanks for advised.
 
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Yup, the xyz university should agree to release her sevis record in which case she would be able to go to ABC university. If not as others said the visa and sevis is both tied to the XYZ university. I know someone that has gone through the similar situation: applied for a school in KS; had relatives in NE; asked school in KS to release her sevis they did and she started going to the school in NE from the get go. Hope this helps and good luck. :)
 
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If XYZ university is able to transfer the sevis record, your sister will be all set to study at abc university. Also, you need to request a sevis release form from abc university and ask xyz university to sign it and submit back to abc university. Talk with xyz university and tell the current situation, and they might able to do it for your sister. Good Luck. I had the similar situation long time back, But, I stayed with xyz university at the end. :)
 
Posted on 08-08-14 9:24 AM     [Snapshot: 303]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thank you all for your advise. I think, I now know what to tell to my sister.

Jay Nepal
 


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