Now that you enrolled and attending classes at the University of Dallas, there are still many issues related to your status or your special circumstances for which you can turn to the International Student Office. You may have questions about vacations, traveling home or to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean; when can you work and where; what if you change your program, your major, add a concentration; what do you do if you get sick and need to see a doctor; how do you renew your drivers license and many more.
Every F-1 student must comply with the following guidelines in order to maintain his/her legal status. Failure to maintain status can result in severe consequences.
The ISS Office provides the policy that is specifically designed for international students (F-1 students) studying outside their home country.
F-1 students in graduate business studies are eligible for one Annual Vacation per calendar year when they have completed an "academic year," that is, two consecutive trimesters of full-time enrollment.
If you are going to drive a car in Texas while you are a student, you "have 30 days after entry into the state to secure a Texas Drivers License."
Federal regulations permit an F1 student to drop below full-time or enroll in fewer credits than required for a limited period of time for specific medical or academic reasons.
Learn about the annual filing obligations that apply to ALL F-1 students.
With some restrictions, Automatic Revalidation allows for re-entry to the U.S. after a temporary visit to Canada, Mexico or an adjacent island with an expired U,S, visa in your passport.