The term "transfer" only applies to students who come to College of Southern Idaho from another U.S. college, university, and high school or from a language program under the F-1 status.
Graduating students beginning a new program of study must transfer their immigration status within the 60- day grace period following successful completion of the current program of study or period of authorized Optional Practical Training.
Students intending to transfer prior to completion of their program should request the transfer prior to their last date of attendance at CSI. Speak with an international student advisor to determine the transfer release date.
You must begin your study at the new school in the next available regular academic term, and no later than 5 months after the date of your last attendance at CSI.
Most schools ask you to complete a transfer clearance form signed by the International Student Advisor at CSI before issuing you a new I-20.
If you are re-entering the U.S. with the "transfer pending" I-20 from your new school, you may use a valid F-1 Visa issued for attendance at CSI or previous school.