Travel Information Update U.S. Embassy Reykjavik – July 20, 2020

 Travel Information Update  U.S. Embassy Reykjavik    July 20, 2020  TRAVELING TO THE UNITED STATES  Announcing Additions to the National Interest Exceptions:  Travel in the national interest of the United States includes travel on a temporary basis that provides a substantial benefit to the U.S. economy including certain categories of students, academics,  as well as certain business travelers, investors, treaty traders. STUDENTS – F1, M1 and their dependents  Must …

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U.S.-Iceland Student Exchange Continues to Grow

The number of Americans studying in Iceland increased 52.9 percent from the previous year, according to the latest Open Doors Report from the Institute of International Education (IIE) and the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational Affairs. More than 1,000 Americans studied in Iceland in 2017, nearly quadruple the total from 2011, according to …

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Athugið námsmenn!

Athugið námsmenn! Nú styttist í að skólar hefjist í Bandaríkjunum og margir á seinstu forvöð að verða sér útum vegabréfsáritanir, því viljum við árétta að ferlið til að óska eftir flýtimeðferð sé eftirfarandi: Gakktu úr skugga um að þú hafi fengið I-20/DS2019 eyðublaðið sent frá skólanum. Borgaðu SEVIS gjaldið – https://www.ice.gov/sevis/i901 Fylltu út DS-160 – https://ceac.state.gov/genniv/ Bókaðu …

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Now Accepting Applications for the 2018 Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship

The U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for the 2018 Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship. The Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship is an intensive short-term exchange program, created to foster relationships among young Europeans and Americans to build strong linkages and awareness of shared values.  The four week program will enable …

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