F-1 Visa and J-1 Visa Internastional Students and Student Visas

F-1 Visa vs J-1 Visa

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Anyone who wants to study in United States has to gain and maintain a student visa status first. There are three types of student visas for a foreign resident: The F-1 student visa and the J-1 student visa and the M-1 student visa. However, deciding between F-1 and J-1 visas can be difficult, and sometimes it takes an expert opinion…

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SEVIS FEE F-1 Visa International Students

What is SEVIS and what is the Fee?

SEVIS stands for Student and Exchange Visitor Information System. It is a nationwide, Internet-based system that the U.S. government uses to maintain accurate and current information on non-immigrant students (F and M visa), exchange visitors (J visa), and their dependents (F-2, M-2, and J-2). It also requires schools, universities and exchange programs to verify the enrollment status of all new…

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5 F-1 Visa Interview Tips

So, the big day is coming up and we know that you are nervous! It’s understandable and of course, anyone would be nervous as you have worked hard towards preparing for your student visa (F-1 Visa). Not to mention, all the steps you just completed to get your I-20 and university admission package. Here are 5 tips for you: Look…

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How to Maintain F-1 Student Visa Status?

So, you have gotten your F-1 Visa and you are now in the United States attending your university and studying. It is important that F-1 students in the U.S. maintain their immigration status at all times. Some of the things which a F1 visa holder must keep in mind to maintain their status are: Always enroll as a full-time student…

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3 Things That International Students Must Have On Their CV

CV or a resume is almost a must have for all international students. So here are three things that you must have on your resume / CV Contact Information Details of your contact, abilities and future goalser and email address should be on the top, visible and clear . You can also write about your location such as city and…

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Why Study in United States?

Why Study in the United States? Of the 1.2 million students pursuing post-secondary education outside their home countries, more than one-third choose to study in the United States. Academic Excellence The United States has one of the world`s finest university systems, with outstanding programs in virtually most of the fields. At the undergraduate level, excellent programs exist in traditional as…

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