Getting a US Study visa

Oct 21 13:56 2016 Nancy Damon Print This Article

To be issued a US student visa, it’s important that the student makes an application to a school that has received accreditation from an institute that has received accreditation by US’s Student Exchange and Visitor Program (SEVP). It’s important that if the admission gets approved in such an institute, the student gets his I20 from the respective institute. This form will be sent by the international student office of the designated institute. It's important to look out for national accreditation of the institute where the student is likely to take admission. The students can check out such accreditation in the U.S. Department of Education databases.


Checking out such accreditation is important so that you can easily gain employment after passing out from such an institute. The employers don’t recognize the degrees gained from those institutes which are not accredited.

The US government is quite cautious about the arrival of international students in its country. The US department of State is responsible for taking care of student visa application till they come to the US. However,Guest Posting after they arrive in the US, department of Homeland Security is responsible for taking care of international students.

The student after getting his I20 can proceed forward to pay the fees as per the SEVIS student id listed on this form. The student when he pays this fee, through the DS160, can take the payment confirmation page for an interview to the American consular office located in their home country. The student should prepare thoroughly for this interview. He should know that he needs to provide financial proof of his payment of the fees for the duration of his educational stay. Students can get an incredible amount of help from USA study visa consultants. They can ensure that he gets the apt advice about his stay in the USA. He is made aware of the cultural differences and provided with the motivation so that his stay is comfortable. Attending a pre-departure session with such consultancies is quite important. Students also need to provide evidence of their health insurance during their stay in the US. So, best of luck for your study in USA trip.

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