SEVIS and SEVP and Virtual Schools

SEVIS and SEVP and Virtual Schools

Because we are a virtual school, we are able to serve international students without having to physically host students. 


To learn more about SEVIS and SEVP go to http://www.ice.gov/sevis/

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