The University of Idaho supports and encourages international study, work and research as essential parts of its academic mission. To help ensure a positive international experience, the university maintains sound practices and policies for U of I sponsored or funded travel, work, study and residence outside of the United States. These practices and policies help us address health and safety concerns abroad, such as access to medical care and emergency evacuation services.
Fly America Act and what it means for federal grantees.
Some countries require U.S. citizens to apply for, and be approved for, a visa to enter said country for business or tourism. To obtain a visa, you must complete the visa application and send the application, along with your physical passport, to the embassy or consulate for the country to which you are traveling. Not all countries require U.S. citizens to obtain a visa. Find country specific information here.
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