University of Michigan Division of Student Affairs
International Center

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F-1 and J-1 students and scholars: see Re-entry to the U.S. for information about the documents you will need to re-enter the United States. If you do not have all of your required travel documents, you may be directed to secondary inspection or may receive a Form I-515A when you try to reenter the United States. More information about Form I-151A >

General

  • Campus Information Center (CIC) in the Michigan Union is a great resource for visitors. They have many free publications and maps available, including "What Every Driver Must Know", visitor guide, AATA bus schedule, campus and city maps, etc.
  • The International Insurance Plan is Changing
    This year, University was required to make changes to the international student/scholar health insurance plan to comply with the U.S. Affordable Care Act. These changes will take effect on September 1, 2014.
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Immigration

Study, Work, Travel Abroad

  • To view the Education Abroad Office's current open advising hours or to make an appointment, please click here.
  • Find out what's going on in study, work, and travel abroad by following the Education Abroad Office's blog, MGoAbroad.
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International Travel

  • Effective January 29, 2013, the Visa and Immigration Section at the Canadian Consulate General in Detroit is closed. Follow these directions to apply for temporary resident (visitor) visas.

 

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