If you leave the U.S. and plan to return to CWU to resume your program of study, you will need to have a signature from one of the five immigration designated school officials (DSOs) at CWU in order to re-enter the U.S. A travel endorsement (signature) on the back of your I-20 is good for one year. However, it is strongly advised that you obtain a signature every six to eight months when traveling outside the U.S. and expect to re-enter.
It is your responsibility to obtain a signature from one of the DSOs at CWU:
Stacy Soderstrom, SEVIS Coordinator, DSO
Roslyn (Roz) Moes, International Student Advisor (Ellensburg), DSO
Kathy Gallentine, International Student Advisor (Westside), DSO
Sherri Fujita, Director of University English as a Second Language, DSO
Once you have completed your program of study and do not intend to continue studies either at CWU or at another U.S. institution, you may travel within the U.S. during the 60-day grace period. You must depart the U.S. by the end of this 60 day period.
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