Definitions for "I-20"
Keywords:  sevis, visa, immigrant, oiss, statuses
Formally known as the I-20 AB, this DHS document is issued by the OISS for individuals abroad to obtain an F-1 visa or to apply for or to maintain F-1 status if they are already in the U.S. The I-20 contains a unique identification number, which is for the student's record in the SEVIS database. The I-20 serves as a primary record of a student's immigration-related actions, such as program extensions and transfers. A student should keep all I-20s ever issued to compile a comprehensive history of F-1 status.
Authorized educational institutions issue the I-20 to enable eligible individuals to obtain the F-1 visa. The I-20 form functions as a record of F-1 status throughout a student's stay in the United States. It is an important government document that should be retained by the student at all times, even when a new I-20 has been issued to reflect updated information or transfer of schools.
An immigration document used by students to obtain an F-1 visa.
I-20 (born Bobby Sandimanie) also known as I-20 Tha Dealer is a signed artist on Ludacris' Disturbing tha Peace Records. Featured on "Move Bitch," a Ludacris-led single from Word of Mouf, proved to be a crucial moment for deep-voiced Southern rapper I-20. Based in Decatur, GA, the rapper was originally known as Infamous 2-0, but he eventually altered his stage name to echo the interstate route that runs through the Southeastern U.S.
The I-20 Gallery is a mid-level contemporary art gallery in the Chelsea District of Manhattan, New York City, USA. It was founded in 1997 by Paul Judelson, with the advice of the Russian artist Africa.
The I-20 is a mondernized version of the M-20. It is a sloop rigged scow with a spinnaker. The boat was first built at Melges Boat Works, now Melges Performance Sailboats.