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Arrival Check In
 
Regular Admission
Upon arrival to UWM all new international students must complete a mandatory SEVIS check in. This process verifies all of your F1 documents and the information ISSS needs to report your arrival in SEVIS. After you have arrived to the U.S., call 414-229-4846 to schedule your check in appointment. Check in must be completed by the start of the term.

During your check in appointment you must have the following documents and information ready:
  • Your UWM I-20
  • Your passport with F1 visa and arrival stamp
  • Your current US address
  • A name and phone number for an emergency contact

Dual Admission (Admission with English Deficiency)
Upon arrival to UWM all new international students must complete a mandatory SEVIS check in. This process verifies all of your F1 documents and the information ISSS needs to report your arrival in SEVIS. After your arrival to the U.S., call 414-229-4846 to schedule your check in appointment. Check in must be completed by the start of the term.

During your check in appointment you must have the following documents and information ready:
  • Your UWM I-20
  • Your passport with F1 visa and arrival stamp
  • Your current US address
  • A name and phone number for an emergency contact
In addition, check in at the UWM English as a Second Language Programs (Curtin Hall 672).


Conditional Admission
Within 3 days of your arrival in Milwaukee you should complete Arrival Check In at the UWM Intensive English Program (Curtin Hall 672). Please bring your passport and your I-20. If you are a sponsored student, please bring your financial guarantee letter. This is Required.
 

Graduate Students with Assistantships
Upon arrival to UWM all new international students must complete a mandatory SEVIS check in. This process verifies all of your F1 documents and the information ISSS needs to report your arrival in SEVIS. After arrival to the U.S., call 414-229-4846 to schedule your check in appointment. Check in must be completed by the start of the term.

During your check in appointment you must have the following documents and information ready:
  • Your UWM I-20
  • Your passport with F1 visa and arrival stamp
  • Your current US address
  • A name and phone number for an emergency contact
International Teaching Assistants may need to take the MITAA. If you are unsure whether you need to take the MITAA, please check with your academic department or the ESL Programs Office (esl@uwm.edu).