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English Programs for Internationals


Documents To Bring

Driver’s License

International Driver’s License (not necessary, but helpful--see notebelow**)
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Credit card(s), traveller’s check(s), or cash in US dollars.

It can take several days to exchange your currency.
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Medical records:

  • illnesses or injuries from your life
  • medications you take
  • types of surgery you have had
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Photocopies of your passport and Photocopies of other important documents (if they are lost or stolen)
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List of important addresses, phone numbers,  and billing address of any credit card you bring.
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Photographs of your family and friends
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Postcards or photos of your hometown
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**Note: If you plan to drive a car in the U.S., it is best to bring an international driver’s license, which is valid for 6 months if you are a tourist. EPI can help you get a U.S. driver’s license. Most states require that you get the state’s driver’s license within 90 days of becoming a resident of that state.