Trinity High School
Home Of Trinity International School
For Education Grounded in Christian Values
A Guide for International Students
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If you’re from a different country and wish to pursue your studies at Trinity High School Home of Trinity International School in Las Vegas, Nevada, you must follow certain steps in order to be admitted. Listed below are the processes involved in applying to our campus.
An I-20 is a document indicating that you have been accepted to study at an educational institution in the US. Trinity High School Home of Trinity International School is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. To apply for an I-20, you must complete the following steps:
(1) Send in your completed I-20 application to:
Trinity International Schools
4141 Meadows Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89107
You may also email it to [email protected] or send it through fax at (702) 784-0192.
(2) Fax or e-mail your current school academic records to our campus.
(3) Pay the required tuition fee deposit amounting to $1,500. The deposit may be made via credit card (additional fees may apply), personal check, money order, cashier’s check, or direct deposit at our Wells Fargo or Citibank international swift codes*.
(4) Send your financial documentation that shows you have enough money to study and live in Las Vegas. This documentation can be any of the following:
A document from your government or other agencies paying for your studies stating that the organization agrees to support you in the US
*Wells Fargo International Swift Code: WFBIU6S (Routing Number 121000248)
Citibank International Swift Code: CITIUS33 (Routing Number 32227124)
Pay Your I-901 Fee
The SEVIS I-901 fee is mandated by Congress to support the program office and the automated system that keeps track of students and exchange visitors and ensures that they maintain their status while in the United States. Each student or exchange visitor issued an initial Form I-20 or DS-2019 on or after October 27, 2008, is responsible for paying this fee to SEVP.
You can apply for a student visa at the US Consulate in your country. For information about the new SEVIS fee (I-901) and other useful links for obtaining a visa, visit their page online.
Applying for a Student Visa (F-1)
When you go to the US Consulate in your country to apply for a student visa, you must bring the following documents:
The F-1 regulations begin immediately upon entry and continue until final departure. A student is admitted for Duration of Status.