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USA Student Visa


General Inforamtions
Employemnt Opportunities
Assessment Form

General Information

The USA is leader in newest technologies which originates from its’ institutions. Stay and study in US means having enriched with latest technological knowledge which will give you an edge over others in real life. Hence a US degree is beneficial in several aspects and preferred over others.

The United States believes in share of knowledge, and for that region arranges for education fairs in different part of the world. The educationist and representatives from different US institutions make their presence in these fairs to give International students an insight about what a US institution / US degree offers.

Why study in USA?

World class learning institutions
Endless study choices
Worldwide recognition e
Supporting industries, training & research
People and culture
Latest Technology t
Campus experience


The academic requirements

For undergraduate programs a student should have completed 10 + 2.
For Graduate programs the students must have completed 16 years of education i.e. 10+2+4.
The student must have good scores in entrance exams like SAT, GRE, GMAT
Strong recommendation letters and Certificate of achievement and extracurricular
activity participation proof.
The statement of purpose
Admission & Visa Processing
Short listing the Universities Based on the Student Profile
Submission of Documents
Apply to the Universities
Admission Letter
Payment for SEVIS Fees of $ 200
Payment for VISA Fees of $131
Booking the Visa Interview Slot
Visa Approval or Denial on the spot.

Employment Opportunities

International students on a student visa can apply for permission to work up to 20 hours a week during course time and full-time during vacation periods.

Part-Time Work/Jobs

Employment opportunities for international students are limited in USA. Students should not plan on earning substantial money from a part-time job to help pay their studies.

On Campus

Though international students are allowed to work on campus, these jobs are often difficult to obtain and do not provide sufficient funds to sustain education costs. Students with good academic standing have a better chance.

Off Campus

It may be possible to for students to avail of limited off-campus employment, which is subject to strict regulatory guidelines. It requires approval from US Immigration & Naturalization Service. This approval is not easy to get and depends on a special need.

Practical Training

there may be opportunities for practical training which entail a period of authorized employment, designed to allow foreign students to have professional work experience related to their field of study. For further details, contact the foreign student adviser at the university, after you are enrolled. Please note that Immigration Department in USA has very strict rules and students that are caught working illegally will be sent back (deported) back to their home country