How to Receive Your UW Bothell I-20
To start processing your UW Bothell I-20, you need to submit the following documents:
Passport ID Page
To submit your documents and request an I-20, you must go to https://iss.uwb.edu/.
This process is for everyone, including:
Change of Status
When will I receive my UW Bothell I-20?
After we receive all required documentation from you, please allow 2 - 3 business days for us to review and issue the I-20 for you. If you are trnsferring your SEVIS record from another school, we must wait for that school to initiate the transfer before we can issue the I-20.
We will email you after the I-20 has been issued and available to download from https://iss.uwb.edu/. If you have questions about your I-20, please contact us at email@example.com.
UW Bothell SEVIS School Code is: SEA214F00005000
Financial Support Requirement
U.S. immigration laws require students on an F visa to provide proof of adequate financial support. The financial ability requirement is met by showing proof of acceptable financial resources to cover tuition & fees, living expense, mandatory UW Health Insurance and other course and campus fees for one academic year.
Minimum Financial Support for 2022-2023 Academic Year
- Undergraduate Student: $61,384
- Graduate Student:
*Computer Science & Software Engineering: $45,155
*Creative Writing & Poetics: $TBD
*Cyber Security & Engineering: $45,155
*Cultural Studies: $49,132
*Electrical Engineering: $46,835
*MBA (Leadership / Technology) : $49,924
*Policy Studies: $49,783
- Spouse/Children: Students declaring dependents (spouse and/or children) must show additional proof of financial support to cover living expenses and health insurance costs. The financial documents must show an additional $9,357 USD per year for a spouse, and $6,660 USD per child/year.
Acceptable Forms of Financial Support
Examples of acceptable sources of funding: Checking/savings account, scholarship award letter, certificates of deposits, fixed deposits, fixed term certificate of deposits, educational loans (pre-approved and includes student's name), bonds (maturity date listed and is before the start of the student's first quarter at UWB).
Examples of account types that are NOT accepted: Salary statements, stock market funds, business accounts, insurance policies, home/land value documents, and retirement funds.
Tuition Rates & How to Pay Tuition
Tuition is due by the 3rd Friday of the quarter. For specific information about current tuition & fee rates and payment due dates, refer to www.uwb.edu/tuition.
Emergency Visa Appointments
During COVID-19, we are aware that some U.S. Consulates offer emergency visa appointments. Once it is within 60-days from the start of the quarter, you can go online to schedule this appointment. Some countries require you to wait until 30-days before, such as in Japan. Please contact your local U.S. Consulate for further details.