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Letter Requests

What kinds of letters does the IP Office create?

  • Enrollment Letter

  • A letter stating that you are currently enrolled in classes for a specific quarter and how many credits you are taking.

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  • On Campus Employment Letter

  • On-Campus Job Offer Letter

  • See IP Front Desk for more information.

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  • University Transfer Agreement Letter
  • See IP Front Desk for more information.

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  • Tuition Letter

  • A letter stating the quarter in which you are enrolled and the tuition amount you need to pay for the quarter.  

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  • High School Completion Plus Letter

  • See IP Front Desk for more information.

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  • Other Letter

  • If above the categories don't fit your needs you can request something else. (Must describe what you are requesting. Please note: The IP Office may or may not be able to complete request)

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  • (PLEASE NOTE: Copies of documents in student files are for North Seattle College use only. The International Programs office will NOT make copies of documents in student files for student use, including the I-20 form. If you lose your I-20 form while you are enrolled at NSC, your advisor can print a replacement copy through SEVIS.)

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  • How do I request a class over load?

  • Requesting 18 credits or more for a quarter must be approved by an academic advisor in Student Success Services. You must make an appointment to determine if you are eligible.

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  • Letter requests are completed online on the Student Portal.

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  • Click here to request a letter
  • Online Request Instructions

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Copies of documents in student files are for North Seattle College use only. The International Programs office will NOT make copies of documents in student files for student use, including the I-20 form. If you lose your I-20, a $50 USD "I-20 Reprint and Express Mail fee" will be required to reprint and mail your replacement I-20 to you.

According to the Department of Homeland Security, the I-20 form must be sent directly to the student, his or her dependents, or, for minors, to the parent or guardian. Please ensure that the mailing address provided belongs to one of these individuals.