If you or a family member wishes to study in the United States with an F-1 visa, this report was written for you!
There may be nothing more important in life than a solid education, and the United States offers foreign students literally thousands of different opportunities to study in schools and programs around the country. From short English language programs, to four-year undergraduate universities, to high-level graduate studies, students from all over the world can broaden their horizons while living and learning in America.
In our free report, School in the United States, experienced immigration attorney Vaughan de Kirby outlines all of the most important information that potential F-1 student visa applicants need to know and answers all of your most pressing questions:
- Who is eligible for F-1 student visas?
- What documents do I need to apply for an F-1 visa?
- Can my spouse and children come with me?
- How long can I stay in the United States with an F-1 Visa?
- Can I work with F-1 student visa status?
- Can I travel with F-1 student visa status?
- Can I transfer schools?
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Even though there is no limit on how many F-1 visas are issued each year in the United States, the criteria for student visa approval is strict and can be confusing. Some prospective students find it difficult to prove that they intend to return to their country of origin after their course of study is complete, while others find it difficult to prove that they will be able to financially support their studies – two requirements for the non-immigration student visa. This complimentary report will walk you through the exact documentation that you will need to complete your application, as well as what the interview process will be like.
With the guidance of this report and a knowledgeable immigration attorney, your dreams of continuing your education in the United States – or giving your child an American education – are in reach.
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