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Travel Advice For International Students
source : Hawaii Pacific University Student Newspaper

An open letter from Ann Newton, Director, International Student Services

Many of you may have made plans or are in the process of making plans to return home or travel outside the United States during the upcoming winter break.  In light of recent events, we would like to share traveling tips in order to assure your re-entry when you return Hawaii.

First of all, here is a list of required documents  for reentry into the United States:

A passport valid for at least six (6) months into the future.

A valid visa (If you need to apply for a new visa to reenter the united States, the International Student Services office will issue a new I-20 for the purpose of visa reissue.)

A current Form I-20 or IAP-66 with a reentry signature from a Designated School Official, within the past 12 months. (You may obtain the signature at International Student Services.)

All previous Forms I-20 or IAP-66. 

If you are on Optional Practical Training (OPT) you will also need a valid Employment Authorization Card, a current I-20 with a reentry signature within the last six months and a letter from your employer stating that you are expected to return for your practical training.

The above-mentioned documents have always been required.  However, we also suggest that you take the following documents with you:

Unofficial transcript from Campus Pipeline or the Registrar's Office.

Proof of course registration for the spring 2002 semester at HPU.

In case you are asked, be prepared to discuss your educational goals in the United States, your intent to return to your home country, and your plans once you do return home.

Expect to have time delays, opened luggage, restrictions on carry-on baggage, and additional questions from personnel at any embassy, consulate, and port of entry you visit.

When packing, be smart.  Items such as nail clippers, wrapped gifts for family and friends at home, and electronic equipment may cause closer inspection of your luggage and longer delays for you.  Have patience, since these precautions are for everyone's safety.

We wish you a safe and enjoyable trip, and we look forward to seeing you upon your return to Hawaii Pacific University.
est. 9/1999
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