The United States also stays on top, as #2in the Education Ranking.The United States boasts of one of the world's best education systems
1. F1 Student Visa:
2. J1 Exchange Visitor Visa:
3. M-1 Vocational/ Non-Academic Student Visa:
Students have to apply for SEVP Approved schools in US. Once they approved your application, you will be registered for the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) and you have to pay the SEVIS I-901 Fee. The Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) is the web-based system that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) uses to maintain information. SEVP approved school will give you form a called form I-20. After receiving your form I-20 and registering with SEVIS, you can apply for US F1 or M1 VISA at US embassy or students consulate. You need to submit your Form I-20 to the officers while you’re attending your interview at US embassy.
If your spouse or children playing to come along with you while your studying, they must also enroll for SEVIS, get an individual form I-20s from the SEVP approved schools and apply for visa but they don’t have to pay SEVIS fee.
Online Nonimmigrant’s visa Application, Form DS-160. Complete the online visa application, and take a print out of that application form confirmation and bring it your interview.
You need upload photo while completing the online Form DS- 160.
The F1 visa holders can stay up to 12 months after completing their graduation. You can work for 1 year you after finish study. This is temporary employment permission for the students to gain practical work knowledge in their field. If you wish to continue working in US, you need apply for work visa. You can remain in the US up to 60 days after the completion of your course even if you don’t have a job
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