The International Program at Indiana Elite covers and deals with all team/individual trainings and player development. In an intense training program for student athletes, depending on the status we have
3 Month 6 Month and 9 Month programs that help you as the athlete to be prepared to compete at a high level in front of college coaches and scouts. The ultimate objective of Indiana Elite Prep is to create opportunities for student athletes to receive Athletic Basketball Scholarships by participating in our post graduate basketball program or our skill development camps and summer development programs.
The U.S. tourist visa, otherwise known as the B1/B2 visa, is specifically for persons wishing to enter the United States for business, pleasure, tourism, or medical needs.
This visa is appropriate for:
Athletes participating in a Indiana Elite sport's program with no academic component
Parents of Indiana Elite Prep & Elite Sports Camp student athletes.
General tourists who wish to visit Indiana Elite Preparatory Academy without enrolling in a full-time program
Applying for a Tourist Visa
Each individual applying for a tourist visa must submit the following documentation their local Embassy:
The DS-160, online application for nonimmigrant visa;
A passport valid for at least 6 months after the applicant’s intended period of stay
One 2x2 photograph.
Required visa application and issuance fee.
Requesting A Letter Of Support For Tourist Visa
If you are the parent of a student attending Indiana Elite Prep, we can issue you a letter stating your child’s name and the dates of enrollment in order to support your case at the Embassy.
To Request A Letter:
Please email a copy of your passport picture page to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your reservation dates at Indiana Elite Prep.
Please allow 3 business days for the letter. The letter will be emailed as a color PDF that you can print out and take to the Embassy.
If you have already made a reservation and deposit with Indiana Elite Prep, we can issue a letter stating your name, the dates of your reservation and an explanation of what you will be doing while at
Indiana Elite Prep.
Indiana Elite Prep can issue factual letters but cannot go into detail regarding your character or intentions while in the U.S. However, we will do our best to guide you through the Embassy process and to answer any questions you may have. Please do not hesitate to contact inelitebasketballacademy.com with any concerns or questions. If your visa is denied, please contact us if you plan to re-apply so we can discuss any specific Embassy situations.
Indiana Elite Prep has no authority or personal relationship with any Embassy that could effect the outcome of your interview. Indiana Elite Prep is not a Sevis Issuing Organization, if you are unable to obtain one of the above listed methods of legal entry into the United States to participate Indiana Elite Prep is unable to change or pursued that decision.
Indiana Elite Prep makes no promises regarding the Visa process nor are we responsible for the misrepresentation of your legal status upon entry to the USA.
All departures based on dates given are the responsibility of the athlete attending. We assume no responsibility for your legal status, it is your responsibility to follow the exact letter of the law while in the USA an that includes the departure dates given to you by your embassy.