"International Students' Requirements"
If you are not a US citizen,
you may have somewhat fewer opportunities for aid. To receive aid from the US
government, you must be a citizen, US national, or permanent resident. Very
specific groups of non-citizens are also eligible. Still, your own government
may have funds to help, and many American colleges provide aid to international
students as well.
For more information on aid for international students,
get a copy of Funding for US Study: A Guide for Foreign
Most colleges will request that you complete the
following: CSS Foreign Student Financial Aid Application (FSFAA) and Certificate
of Finances (COF). These are available from the college financial aid or
admissions offices. Some colleges require their own financial aid forms for
international students instead of, or in addition to, these forms. You should
refer to the individual applications for more information.
this are students who are not US citizens or permanent residents but whose
parents live or earn income in the USA. If you are in this category, most colleges
will ask you to use the PROFILE service instead.
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