What's the difference between domestic and international ap?

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Chunqing
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What's the difference between domestic and international ap?

Postby Chunqing » Mon Nov 17, 2008 2:48 am

I got my bachelor degree outside the U.S and just became permanent resident here.
Should I be regarded as an international or domestic applicant?

THX

kaosgrace
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Re: What's the difference between domestic and international ap?

Postby kaosgrace » Fri Nov 21, 2008 8:51 am

Not sure, because I'm in a similar situation, but I imagine we're probably domestic (we are for just about everything that doesn't require a security clearance) because there aren't any visa issues for the school to deal with and I'm fairly sure there aren't any restrictions on use of federal/state funds. There are fellowships restricted to U.S. citizens, but for admissions purposes permanent residents should be domestic.




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