All American Immigration | Tom Youngjohn
Yes. Certainly. And you don't need a lawyer. You do need a private school, generally speaking, though. And you would like to have a school were the "admissions" person knows what an "international student advisor" is, and what school employee wears that hat on occasion. The International Student Advisor's job is to get your tuition money. Yes, it might cost $50 or so, but their job is to get the student here so the school can get your tuition money. Just make a list of the three private schools you could see your brother attending, and call "Admissions" and ask to talk to the "International Student Advisor." A piece of cake. Few experienced immigration attorneys are likely to second guess me on this in public. But, as always, it is just smart to get a second opinion.
Answer Applies to: Washington
Law Office of Immigration & International Trade Law | Linda Liang
Some private schools may accept International Students. You can get I-20 from them.
Answer Applies to: Florida