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Contact Information 

International Student and 
Scholar Services (ISSS)

Phone: (860) 832 - 2040

Fax: (860) 832 - 2047

Toyin Ayeni
Immigration Specialist
ayenio@ccsu.edu

Hoa Do
Immigration Support
hoado@ccsu.edu

Location: 
Henry Barnard Hall
Room 123

Hours: 
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm


Immigration

Immigration regulations change or are modified periodically. Please keep in touch with International Student and Scholar Services at the Center for International Education for up-to-date information. Immigration regulations can also be viewed at USCIS.

 

Visa Options at CCSU

Below are visa categories that are commonly used by International students and scholars at Central Connecticut State University.

Visa Chart

Visa Type Description Study Requirements Employment Restrictions
F-1 Student Visa

Maintain full time study.

Part time only with approval from CIE.

On Campus: Work 20 hours during the semester, 40 hours during vacation.
May participate in CPT (Full time or part time). Authorization is required.
May participate in OPT during or after end of program-apply through USCIS-EAD card required. 

Severe Economic Hardship-apply through USCIS-EAD Card required.

 F-2 F-1 Dependent  Spouse: Cannot engage in full time study; vocational or recreational part time study is permitted.
Children: Can engage in full time study (k-12).
Not permitted to work.
 J-1 Exchange Student  Full time enrollment. 

Work 20 hours during the semester, 40 hours during vacation. 

May participate in off campus work-Academic Training. Authorization is required.

 J-1 Exchange Scholar  Full time research/incidental study

Options are limited with prior approval from Responsible Officer (RO).

 J-2  Exchange Student Dependent  May engage in part or full time study.  Eligible to work - EAD required through USCIS. 
 B1/B2  Visitor Visa May not begin any ‘Course of Study’ (F/T or P/T) unless approved by USCIS. Not permitted to work.
 H-1B Work Visa  May engage in incidental study  Work only with sponsoring organization
 H-4 H-1B Dependent  May engage in full time or part time study  Not permitted to work. 

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