Schedule Your Visa Interview Preparation Session with the Office of International Affairs.
Contact InternationalAffairs@Fontbonne.edu for information on how to schedule this very important session
Sessions are available via Phone, Skype, WeChat, and WhatsApp.
To avoid problems in obtaining your visa and entering the United States, ensure that the name printed on your I-20 is written exactly as it is shown in your passport.
If you find any mistakes, contact the Office of International Affairs immediately at InternationalAffairs@Fontbonne.edu
Read this letter carefully, many questions will be answered in the letter
Refer to this page for information about Visa Fees
Refer to this page to access the list of the United States Embassy or Consulate nearest to you
Schedule Your Visa Interview Preparation Session with the Office of International Affairs
Refer to this page for advice from the Department of Homeland Security’s “Study in the States” Blog
If your visa is approved please do the following things:
If your visa is denied, ask the Consular Official to provide a written explanation of the denial, and then contact the Office of International Affairs at InternationalAffairs@Fontbonne.edu for assistance.
Do not engage the consular officer in an argument.
Jessica Lynn Hylton, MA
Assistant Director of International Advising
Designated School Official
6800 Wydown Boulevard Saint Louis, MO 63105
Business Hours: (+1)-314-889-4655
Non-Business Hours: (+1)-314-889-4596 ( Fontbonne University Public Safety)
If you enter the U.S. with a tourist visa (B-1/B-2) or under a visa waiver program that your country has with the U.S., you cannot attend school. Make certain you enter the United States on your F-1 Visa!