Insurance and American Visa Information
If you are a student from outside of the United States, GEOS Languages PLUS, Los Angeles can provide you with medical insurance for your time at our school. We currently use an insurance company that will pay claims for 80% to 100% of the scheduled doctors' fees and medication. You may also obtain your own medical insurance, but we strongly recommend that you have good medical coverage while you stay in Los Angeles. Please contact the school for more information.
American Visa Information
What kind of visa do you need to study English with us? This depends on whether you decide to study full-time or part-time in the United States. We have written a small introduction to this question here.
GEOS Los Angeles helps hundreds of students each year with their F-1 student visa questions. Please contact us with your specific questions.
Information for international students needing an F1 visa and transfer students
You will need the I-20 form from GEOS in order to apply for a student visa. In order to receive an I-20 from GEOS you will need to:
2. Are you an F1 student currently in the United States? If so, then you will need to download our Transfer Form. Bring this form to your current school's student advisor and ask them to return the form to us by fax. If you have any questions about your school transfer, call us at 646-674-0001, send an inquiry here, or send us an Email
3. You must submit the non-refundable $120 registration fee and $60 as shipping fee (if applicable) plus 40% of the total amount as deposit. If you are unable to obtain an F-1 visa, we will refund you the deposit. (Your $120 registration fee as well as fees for any services rendered will not be refunded.) The total amount must equal the total tuition, registration fee, and the estimated cost of living in the Los Angeles area. We estimate this at $1000 per month.
NOTE: *The Application fee is non-refundable. Please see our withdrawal policy for more information
Hi,I am Cindy.
January this year I came into the United States and started at GEOS.
I learned English in earnest 20 years ago, but it is the first time after graduation.
Then I came along, wondering what was happening, and it was a lot of worry. But thanks to a good program at GEOS and enthusiastic teachers, to learn English is so fun.
In a very basic question to answer in good faith, the teacher Lisa helped my English.
I was afraid the first time, but now I have confidence.
Learning English with friends from around the world is too precious and pleasant, and GEOS knew it will be fun to study.
Wherever I am I will remember them, they are good memories.
Hong Lea (Cindy) Kim