- I-94 card, I-20, or DS-2019
- Student ID
- Social Security Card
- Money for the fee
- Driver's license from your home country (only if you have one)
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Hello out there!!!!!
How you doing today? Looking forward for Christmas?
Me too, soon I will be at home with my lovely family.
Well, all my family is in Chile, and the last time that I saw
them was on August, 2008.
I am back to school after a somewhat restful Thanksgiving break. I did eat a lot of Turkey and watched almost all football games on Thanksgiving day. But now, I am back to school for the final stretch. I am a bit concern about my finals because they account for a huge percentage of the final grade. I think I'll be ok. How are things going on your side?
Over the weekend I was reflecting on how hard life would be if there was not a bus transit system that I could rely on. I have been in Minnesota for a little over 6 years now, and one of the things that I admired the most about Minnesota is the reliable metropolitan transit system.
Howdy readers! I'm back! So, today, I'm getting down to serious business and talking about my life as an international student.
So, what was it like for me at first?