Live action animation ad for I 20:
The Form I-20, also called Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant (F-1) Student, is a certificate
issued by the US University or College to an international student who has been admitted to that
institute. This mandatory document is issued by the Designated School Official (DSO) of the institute
where you have been admitted, in association with US Department of Homeland Security.
Once the foreign student obtains his or her I-20, he or she takes this and other documents to apply for
a student visa to come to the US.
The I-20 is issued once the student has been admitted to a course and the student has provided proof
of finances to pay for the course. Without proof of finances, the I-20 is not issued.
The I-20 contains information about the student and the course, fees, finances including any
scholarships and student’s identification numbers, etc. The I20 is proof of your confirmed admission
and without it you cannot apply for student visa.
Simply apply to Credila for your education loan, even before you receive your I-20 or confirmed
admission, and get your loan sanction in 7 days!*
Step 1) fill online application form at www.credila.com
Step 2) Take appointment with Credila representative and Submit all supporting documents
Step 3) Get loan sanction within 7 days, if you meet the requirements
Step 4) Send loan sanction letter to the university as proof of funds and get I20 from the university!
At Credila, you don't need confirmed admission or the I-20 to apply for education loan!