The University of Arizona has created a program that allows people to study abroad without a visa.
The program is aimed at helping young people learn about international travel and the cultural and economic benefits of traveling.
The Tucson-based university says it has found more than 2,000 people who are studying abroad without authorization, according to The Arizona Republic.
The university is encouraging students to apply for the program and get an ID card for the first time.
Students can apply online or at the university office.
They can then go to their home country, enroll in a program and pay the $30 fee for a one-week stay.
Students must then return to the U and pay a $60 fee for two weeks of tuition and fees.
The UA has been offering the program for a few years.
In August, students who are from abroad can apply for a study visa, and they will have two weeks to get one.
Students can also apply for work visas through the USCIS, the U., or other organizations.
Students must pay a fee of $2,500 to enter the program.
If they can’t afford the fee, they can pay $10 a month to stay in the program, the UA says.