1 1926 West 17th St - Santa Ana, CA Tel (714) ESTIMATED EXPENSES Estimated School Costs and Living Expenses for International Students All fees subject to change without notice COSMETOLOGY (1600 Hours) Non-resident Tuition and Enrollment Fee $ 8, College Service Charge $ Subtotal $ 8, MASSAGE THERAPY (1000 Hours) Non-resident Tuition and Enrollment Fee $ 7, College Service Charge $ Subtotal $ 7, ESTHETICIAN (600 Hours) Non-resident Tuition and Enrollment Fee $ 4, College Service Charge $ Subtotal $ 4, MANICURIST (400 Hours) Non-resident Tuition and Enrollment Fee $ 3, College Service Charge $ Subtotal $ 3, ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES Housing - Apartment - sharing with another person $ per month $ 4, Utilities $ per month $ Food $ per month $ 2, Transportation $ per month $ Subtotal $ 7, OTHER EXPENSES Health Insurance $ Books/Supplies $ Subtotal $ 1,150.00
2 1926 West 17th St - Santa Ana, CA Tel (714) INTERNATIONAL STUDENT APPLICATION Before completing this application, please read the accompanying instructions carefully and answer all questions. Full Legal Name: (Last) (First) (Middle) Date of Birth: Age: Sex: Male Female Country of Birth: Citizen of: Primary Language: Home Address: Phone Number : City: State Country: Address: Do you need SEVIS I-20 Form? Yes No Where should the I-20 and acceptance materials be sent to? Home Address VISA INFORMATION: If you are in the U.S., please list type of Visa you currently have : Tourist (B-1/B-2) Student Visa Visa Expiration Date No visa (applying from outside of US). Please skip to the next section (inside the USA) will you be traveling outside the US before beginning your studies at SAVC? Yes No Are you a transfer student from another college? Yes No If Yes, please list the name of the college EDUCATION Proposed field of study at Santa Ana Valley College? Have you previously applied to Santa Ana Valley College? Yes No If yes, which year? Highest level of education completed Date of graduation List the high school, college, university of language program that you are currently attending, or last attended School - College - University Country Dated Attended Degree - Certificate - Diploma Important: Arrange for all institutions listed to send official transcripts to the International Student Office at Santa Ana Valley College. No action can be taken on an application until All necessary transcripts have been received. APPLICATION FEE: There is a $ (US Currency) non-refundable processing fee for the application. Check - Payable to Santa Ana Valley College, Money Order, Traveler's Checks Cash payment are ONLY accepted in person - Please do not send cash CERTIFICATION I certify that I have carefully considered each question above and that my statements are true and complete to the best of my knowledge Application signature Date
3 1926 West 17th St - Santa Ana, CA Tel (714) CHECK LIST FOR ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS This is a checklist to help you make certain that you have submitted all of the required documentation necessary for consideration for admission to Santa Ana Valley College. Check off items when completed Application : must be completed and signed A non-refundable application processing fee of $ in US currency (if paying by check or money order, make check or money order payable to Santa Ana Valley College) Affidavit of support must be completed and signed by your sponsor (self, parent, or relative) and certified by the appropriated financial institution. Bank Certification must be completed by the appropriate financial institution. A current bank statement will also be accepted in lieu of the certification form. Transcripts : An official high school, college, university of language program transcript must be submitted. The transcript must be officially translated into English. School Transfers : If you are applying from within the United States, please include copies of your visa, information pages of your passport, and copy of your I-94. If you are a transfer student please include a copy of your I-20 A_B form and the transfer form. 2 Photos size 2" x 2"
4 1926 West 17th St - Santa Ana, CA Tel (714) BANK CERTIFICATION Student Name Address : TO BE COMPLETED BY BANK OR OTHER FINANCIAL AGENCY OFFICIALS AND MUST HAVE A BANK SEAL OR STAMP We hereby certify the following information regarding the account held by : Sponsor's Name : Date account opened : Total deposits for past year US $ Present balance US $ Name of Bank or Agency Official's Signature Title Address Date
5 1926 West 17th St - Santa Ana, CA Tel (714) INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT INFORMATION Tuition and registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration. There are no scholarships, loans, or financial aid available for International Students. Furthermore, immigration policy does not permit International Students to work during their first year of college attendance. Please provide verification of financial support for a minimum of one academic year. (Indicate amounts in US Currency) Student Name (Last) (First) (Middle) MY EXPENSES WILL BE PROVIDED FROM 1. Personal saving of $ (Please provide a letter from the bank verifying available funds) US Currency 2. Private/family sponsor : Please have your sponsor fill-out the section below. AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT I, Name of Sponsor Address Certify that I will assume full financial responsibility for (Name of Applicant ) While he/she is attending Santa Ana Valley College. I will provide the student the equivalent of $ US Dollars per year (Please provide a letter from bank verifying available funds) Relationship to Student hereby guarantee without reservation to support the education cost and living expenses (tuition and fees, room and board, health insurance, travel and personal expenses for the aforementioned student while she/he is enrolled at Santa Ana Valley College. I understand that the applicant, if accepted, will be a full-time student who may not accept-off campus employment as specified by the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Service. Signature (Parent or Sponsor) Date My signature certifies the accuracy and completeness of the information provided. I understand that any misrepresentation may be cause for denial or cancellation of admissions or enrollment. Applicant Signature Date
6 1926 West 17th St - Santa Ana, CA Tel (714) Points to Remember When Applying for a Nonimmigrant Visa 1. Ties to your home country Under US Law, all applicants for nonimmigrant visas, such as exchange visitor visas, are viewed as intending immigrants until they can convince the consular officer that they are not. You must therefore be able to show that you have reasons for returning to your home country that are stronger than those for remaining in the United States. "Ties" to your home country are the things that bind you to your hometown, homeland, or current place of residence : job, family, financial prospects that you own or will inherit, investments, etc. The interviewing officer may ask about your specific intentions or promise of future employment, family or other relationships, educational objectives, grades, long range plans and career prospects in your home country. Each person's situation is different, of course, and there is no magic explanation or single document, certificate, or letter that can guarantee visa issuance. If you overstayed your authorized stay in the US previously, be prepared to explain what happened clearly and concisely, with documentation if available. 2. English Anticipate that the interview will be conducted in English and not in your native language. One suggestion is to practice English conversation with a native speaker before the interview, but do Not Prepare speeches!!! 3. Speak for Yourself Do not bring parents or family members with you to the interview. The consular officer wants to interview you, not your family. A negative impression is created if you not prepared to speak on your own behalf. 4. Know the program and how it fits your career plans If you are not able to articulate the reasons you will participate in a particular exchange visitor program in the United States, you may not succeed in convincing the consular officer that you are indeed planning to come temporarily, rather than to immigrate. You should also be able to explain how research or teaching in the US relates to your current or future professional career when you return home. 5. Be Brief Because of the volume of applications received, all consular officers are under considerable time pressure to conduct a quick and efficient interview. They must make a decision, for the most part, on the impressions they form during the first minute of the interview. Consequently, what you say first and the initial impression you create are critical to your success. Keep your answers to the officer's questions short and to the point. 6. Additional documentation It should be immediately clear to the consular officer what written documents you are presenting and what they Signify. Lengthy written explanations cannot be quickly read or evaluated. Remember that you will have 2-3 minutes of interview time, if you are lucky. 7. Not all countries are equal Applicants from countries suffering economic problems or from countries where many students and other individuals have remained in the US as immigrants will have more difficulty getting visas. Statistically, applicants
7 from those countries are more likely to be intending immigrants. They are also more likely to be asked about job opportunities at home after completing their exchange visitor program in the US. 8. Employment Your main purpose incoming to the United States should be for participation in a temporary teaching or research position, not for the chance to establish a career in the US. While many scholars hold regular employment positions during their exchange visitor programs, appointment to such positions must be temporary in nature. You must be able to clearly articulate your plan to return home at the end of the program. 9. Dependents remaining at home If your spouse and children are remaining behind in your country, be prepared to address how they will support themselves in your absence. This can be an especially tricky area if you are the primary source of income for your family. If the consular officer gains the impression that your family will need you to remit money from the United States in order to support them, your visa application will almost certainly be denied. If your family does decide to join you at a later time, it is helpful to have the apply at the same post where you applied for your visa. 10. Maintain a positive attitude Do not engage the consular officer in an argument. If you are denied a visa, ask the officer for a list of documents he or she would suggest you bring in order to overcome the refusal, and try to get the reason you were denied in writing.
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