OGS only processes immigration documents for international students who are fully admitted to Georgetown University. The immigration document request process starts in mid-March for students entering their program in the Summer/Fall and in mid-October for students entering their program in the Spring. New, exchange, and transfer students should carefully follow instructions in their admission letter to request an immigration document.
If you are a prospective student seeking admission to the university, please contact the appropriate admissions office to apply for a particular academic program.
An overview of the immigration document request process. Admitted students who plan to study in F-1 or J-1 status (PDF) are directed to apply for their immigration document in their admissions letter. The majority of Georgetown students study in F-1 status.
This visa and immigration guide will help you easily navigate U.S. immigration requirements. Includes information on paying the SEVIS I-901 Fee, transferring your status, and responsibilities upon arrival.
Checklists and International Graduate Orientation (IGO) information for Graduate Students including Graduate Exchange Students.
Checklists and International New Student Orientation (I-NSO) information for Undergraduates including GU-Q, OGE Exchange, and Transfer Students.
Helpful resources for settling into studying at Georgetown University and living in Washington, DC.
Office of Global Services supported programming for Georgetown University international students.