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Student visa for the USA

If you want to study abroad and are concerned about a student visa, here's some good news: “the issuing procedure is becoming more agile and less bureaucratic. 95% of visa applications are approved ”, was said by the US State Department vice consul, Robert Grossman, during the 11th EducationUSA Fair .

Your chances of making it to the United States are great. The visa is only denied in very specific cases, “as in the case of improper use of the visa on previous occasions, that is, when the visa is for a short course and the person stays for longer than allowed, for example , or in cases where the person tries to tell a lie in the interview at the Visa Applicant Service Center (CASV) ”, says Robert.

Check out the other guidelines and information about the process of issuing the student visa that Consul Robert shared with the participants:

Visa arrangements

Visa F:  This is the visa required for graduation, post-doctorate, English course and other courses with more than 18 hours a week. To obtain this visa, I-20 is required, a document provided by the school that the student is going to study in the USA.

Visa J:  Required for research programs, Summer Work & Travel, or other programs of up to one year.

Visa B1 / B2:  Requested for short language courses, with less than 18 hours a week, tourism and business.

Step by step to get the visa

According to Robert, the first step is to research the programs and what each one requires to issue the visa. Then choose the program and fill out an application form. Then it is necessary to complete the DS-160 form on the internet. It is also necessary to pay the fees and schedule an interview at CASV, where documents, fingerprints and photos will be checked. Check out more information on the US Department of State website .

The EducationUSA Fair The EducationUSA

Fair is an event that brings together thousands of students in search of information on how to apply to American colleges and accredited universities. This year, there were more than 75 stands. EducationUSA fairs attract young people from various regions and educational levels - mainly undergraduate and master's degrees.

About Education USA

Education USA is an official agency of the American government that promotes higher education in the USA by offering advice for those who dream of studying in the country, in more than 20 offices in Brazil.

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