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The I-20 form is a document issued by a school or program that is certified by the U.S. government to enroll international students.

It is used to obtain a student visa (F-1 or M-1) to enter the United States. The I-20 contains important information about the student and the school they will be attending, including their name, date of birth, and the program of study they will be enrolled in.

It also includes information about the student’s financial resources, which is used to demonstrate that the student has the means to support themselves while studying in the United States. After receiving the I-20, the student can then apply for a student visa.