Student Visa for USA

Many Indian students along with other international students, dream of higher education in American Universities as some universities ranks among the top universities in the world. But joining American University is not that easy because the drop in asks for many legal and governmental aspects are involved before travelling to the USA. As an Indian student, if one aspires to study in the USA, one need to get a USA student visa from the US embassy. The US embassies in India are located in Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai and Hyderabad. The process for obtaining a student visa for the USA is complicated but the more the documents are accurate the faster you can start your adventure for USA University.

Types of US Student Visa

Sr. No.

Types of Visa

Description

1

F-1 Student Visa

To study at an accredited US college or university or to study English at an English language institute

2

J Exchange Visa

For participation in an exchange program, including high school and university study

3

M Student Visa

For non-academic or vocational study or training in the US

What to do before the Visa Interview for study in the US

One needs to fill FORM DS-160 and after confirmation print out the confirmation. Once confirmed pay the application fee and save for later. After that one should try to receive FORM I-120, which is issued by colleges in the USA and for affirming enrolment you need to pay I-901 fees online through US website. Finally, make an appointment for USA student Visa Interview after receiving all the forms.

Documents required for USA Student Visa

We can help with US student visa 

If you’re an NB student with an offer letter from any of our partner institutions in the US, we can guide you on how to go about the entire process. We’ll make sure you are fully informed on the latest visa requirements and conditions; also will help you prepare the right documents for your submission. To reduce the hassle, we can also help to certify, translate and courier your documents.

What to do next if your US student visa is postponed or not approved?

Postponement just means you have to wait for a delay from your official of the case. May be there is a chance that it may be rejected or approved. Waiting for further course of action would be the next step.

If the application is rejected, one cannot appeal the case but one can reapply, pay the visa processing fees again and schedule another appointment so that information would be received from US embassy of what to do further for getting approved.