F-1 Program Length Extension
An F-1 student MUST maintain his/her status continuously. Part of maintaining your status as an F-1 student is making normal academic progress to finish your program of study by the end date listed on your Form I-20, “Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status.”

If you are maintaining status and making normal progress towards program completion, your DSO MAY grant you an extension for delays caused by any of the following:

- Change in major or research topic
- Unexpected research problems
- Documented illness

Program Length Extension shall NOT be granted for any of the following reasons:

- Academic probation
- Suspension from school
- Request for an extension made after the program end date on your Form I-20

F-1 students are asked to contact a DSO four (4) months prior to the program end date.

You MUST contact a DSO if you are having trouble in your classes and cannot successfully complete the program requirements by the end date listed on your Form I-20. In order to avoid falling out of status, it is imperative to talk to a DSO before any issues become problems.

Student Information
Legal Name *
Example - John Doe
Your answer
SEVIS ID# *
Example - N0123456789
Your answer
Email Address *
Example - joe@gmail.com
Your answer
Program *
Program Start Date *
Program Start Date can be found on your Form I-20, “Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status"
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Program End Date *
Program End Date can be found on your Form I-20, “Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status"
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Questions Related to your Status? *
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No
Are you continuously maintaining status?
Are you currently on Academic Probation?
Do you have any dependent(s) (F-2)?
Have you petitioned for graduation?
Have you applied for Optional Practical Training (OPT)
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