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Immigration Process for Newly Admitted International Students Outside the U.S.

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Graduate program notifies Rackham that they have recommended the applicant for admission

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Applicant can view recommendation of admission in Wolverine Access

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Rackham emails applicant with admission

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Applicant accepts the offer of admission in Wolverine Access

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Student provides financial information, passport information, and any dependent information using the Wolverine Access “Document Upload” page

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Student signs up for eShip Global to receive the I-20 or DS-2019

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Rackham issues the required I-20 or DS-2019 and mails the document using eShip Global

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Student gets SEVIS ID number either through Wolverine Access or once paper document arrives

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Student pays SEVIS fee and makes visa appointment

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Student attends the visa appointment and makes travel arrangements

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Student arrives on campus by “reporting date” indicated on the I-20 or DS-2019