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 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 Spring International Orientation information for Graduate Students including Exchange Students.
Checklists and Spring International Orientation information for Undergraduates including GU-Q, 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.