Events
  • Campus Closed for the Holiday.

  • I Know What You Did This Summer  is a series of bi-weekly gatherings in the Bolsky Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design organized around informal slideshow presentations by curators, artists, writers and producers in the Los Angeles area. Taking the form of a personal travelogue, presenters will share places, experiences, and encounters during summer travel near and far. I Know What You Did This Summer is an occasion to enjoy drinks and conversation among friends, colleagues and our community.

    July 7: Anna Sew Hoy / Jesse Stecklow

  • I Know What You Did This Summer is a series of bi-weekly gatherings in the Bolsky Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design organized around informal slideshow presentations by curators, artists, writers and producers in the Los Angeles area. Taking the form of a personal travelogue, presenters will share places, experiences, and encounters during summer travel near and far. I Know What You Did This Summer is an occasion to enjoy drinks and conversation among friends, colleagues and our community.

    July 7: Anna Sew Hoy / Jesse Stecklow

  • Classes End.

  • I Know What You Did This Summer is a series of bi-weekly gatherings in the Bolsky Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design organized around informal slideshow presentations by curators, artists, writers and producers in the Los Angeles area. Taking the form of a personal travelogue, presenters will share places, experiences, and encounters during summer travel near and far. I Know What You Did This Summer is an occasion to enjoy drinks and conversation among friends, colleagues and our community.

    July 7: Anna Sew Hoy / Jesse Stecklow

  • I Know What You Did This Summer is a series of bi-weekly gatherings in the Bolsky Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design organized around informal slideshow presentations by curators, artists, writers and producers in the Los Angeles area. Taking the form of a personal travelogue, presenters will share places, experiences, and encounters during summer travel near and far. I Know What You Did This Summer is an occasion to enjoy drinks and conversation among friends, colleagues and our community.

    July 7: Anna Sew Hoy / Jesse Stecklow

  • Classes End

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I-94 Correction Process

OVERVIEW

When an error in your electronic I-94 record occurs or your I-94 is not retrievable, you will need to have your I-94 record corrected. 

You will need to visit the local immigration field office of CBP (Customs & Border Protection) Deferred Inspections

 

The Los Angeles Deferred Inspection will begin a pilot I-94 on-line correction program starting April 1, 2016 to September 30, 2016.

 

Travelers who seek I-94 corrections between those periods will be allowed to request the corrections by email. The email address is i94lax@cbp.dhs.gov

 

DIRECTIONS

CBP is located at 300 North Los Angeles Street.  You do NOT need to make an appointment, but please note the available days and times below.

Address:
U.S. Customs and Border Protection
300 N. Los Angeles St., Room 2067
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 830-5972

8:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday  (Closed Thursday)

You can use the Metro Trip Planner to check train arrival and departure times:  http://socaltransport.org/tm_pub_start.php.

Your end destination is 300 North Los Angeles Street.  The closest Metro station to CBP is Union Station, where you should exit the train.

From Union Station, you will walk to the Federal Building, located on the east side of Los Angeles Street, between Aliso and East Temple.  Please consult a map for more specific walking directions.

 

BRING

Please carry all of your original immigration documents with you (passport and I-20 or DS-2019).  Please also carry contact information for the Center for International Education should you need to reach us for anything.

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