Hostos Community College students who are not citizens of the U.S. may be eligible for some forms of financial aid, depending on their immigration status. Many of the students are on some form of immigrant status, ranging from permanent U.S. resident to temporary resident status. For Title IV purposes, an eligible NonCitizen is one of the following: A U.S. permanent resident holding an Alien Registration Receipt Card (Form I-551, Form I-151, or Form I-551C), or a passport. An applicant who has a Departure Record (I-94) with the appropriate endorsements. An applicant who has a suspension of deportation case pending before Congress, with appropriate documentation. Refugees, persons granted asylum and Cuban-Haitian Entrants. A permanent resident of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. An Individual with an F-1 or F-2 Student Visa, J-1 or J-2 Exchange Visitors Visa, or G Series Visa is not eligible to apply for Title IV aid. See the chart below for more information on immigration status. Resident and Temporary Visa Status Types of Status Federal Pell TAP1 FWS, FPL, FSEOG SEEK, CD, Bilingual Program1 Permanent U.S. Resident (Form I-151, I-551, or I-551C) Asylum Status Granted (Must be stamped on Form I-94) -- Asylum Pending -- -- -- Refugee Status Granted (Must be stamped on Form I-94) Refugee/Parolee Pending -- -- -- Parolee Status Granted (Must be stamped on Form I-94) Permanent Residency Pending -- -- -- Conditional Entrant2 Temporary Refugee Status (Must be stamped on Form I-94) Cuban/Haitian Entrant (Must be stamped on Form I-94) -- I-688 Holders \ I-688A Holders \ I-688B / No longer issued -- -- -- I-766 Holders -- -- -- Undocumented Alien -- -- -- Eligible 1 N.Y. State residency is required for TAP and SEEK. N.Y. City residency is required for College Discovery and the Bilingual Program. 2 Dated prior to March 31, 1980.