Submitting documents to SEVP? Refer to the Guidelines for Submission of PDF Documents to SEVP.
Attn: (Branch Name or Job Title)
500 12th Street, SW Stop 5600
Washington, D.C. 20536-5600
Our goal is to answer your questions during your initial call. If your question or issue requires research, we will respond as quickly as possible.
Public Affairs Officer
(757) 441-6533, Ext. 253
It has come to the attention of ICE that this number has been compromised and improperly used to target individuals. If you have received such a call or text message, please disregard it. Please know that the ICE does not directly call individuals to obtain personal information, facilitate transactions, or demand money. ICE is aware and is taking appropriate action to resolve the situation.
Note: This email address may only be used for school officials with a pending Form I-17, "Petition for Approval of School for Attendance by Nonimmigrant Student." If you have not yet applied, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
(703) 603-3591Recertification questions
Note: This is for any questions related to recertification.
Note: This email address may only be used for school officials with a pending Form 1-17, "Petition for Approval of School for Attendance by Nonimmigrant Student." If you have not applied, contact email@example.com.
I-901 SEVIS fee hotline: (212) 620-3418Form I-515A "Notice to Student or Exchange Visitor" issues
First, contact the principal designated school official or designated school official listed on your Form I-20, "Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status."Exchange visitor questions
First, contact the responsible officer or alternate responsible officer listed on your Form DS-2019, "Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status."DMV/driver's license or SSA/Social Security number questions
First, contact the responsible officer or alternate responsible officer listed on your Form DS-2019, "Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status."
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