Student Visas

What Should You Know About Change from J-1/B-1 Status to F-1 Students Visa?
What Should You Know About Change from J-1/B-1 Status to F-1 Students Visa?

A J-1 student visa is a non-immigrant visa that provides international candidates the opportunity to travel and participate in an Exchange Visitor Program in the United States. Foreign nationals may also acquire a B-1 visa that allows them to enroll in a recreational study for a short period. However, the USCIS allows non-immigrants with a J-1 or B-1 visa to seek a change to F-1 status, provided..

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F-1 Student Visa and Application Process
F-1 Student Visa and Application Process

F-1 student visa is a non-immigrant visa. Students who want to study in a high school or a college or want to attend an English course in the US can apply for the F-1 Student Visa. In order to obtain this visa, the student is required to have full-time education at an educational institution in the United States. The concept of full-time education varies by school. However, 15 hours per week in universities and 18 hours full-time in language schools are generally accepted as full-time education..

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Differences Between F1 Visa and J1 Visa
Differences Between F1 Visa and J1 Visa

Obtaining an F1 student visa or J1 exchange visitor visa are the two most common ways to be able to come to the United States. Students or visitors wishing to enter the U.S. must have a valid F1 or J1 visa. Let’s have a look at the differences between an F1 student visa and a J1 exchange visitor visa…..

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