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									Studying in the US is the dream of every ambitious student .But owing to
multiple factors, many students, deserving or otherwise, are denied visa
by the US government for the sake. In this article, effort shall be made
to elaborate the visa process, and the expectations of the US government
from the visiting students, to contain such denials that tear apart the
dreams of many deserving students. Firstly, US offers three types of
visas for students, viz. F-1, M-1 and J-1. A full-time student,
vocational student and exchange student needs F-1, M-1 and J-1 visas
respectively. To obtain a F-1 visa a student should firstly apply to the
institution that he wishes to join directly, if granted admission, the
institution shall provide the student with a form I-20 , generated by the
SEVIS -the fee for which you will of course pay. With this form, the
student contacts the US embassy (or consulate) to seek a registration and
date for an interview by a consular.Before going for the interview the
student must ensure that he carries his passport-valid for not less than
six months after his anticipated end of stay in the US, a receipt of
paying the fee for the form I-20 (mentioned above) along with the form I-
20 provided by the institution, a concrete proof of his financial
competence to meet all the expenses, including the course fee and
residence, the visa fee payment receipt and the past academic
transcripts. The proof of proficiency in English language, though not
mandatory, is preferred.

Unfortunately, owing to the fact that many people throughout the world
enter into the US on a F1 student visa but with an intention to never
leave. Such candidates make the visa consular view you truly skeptically
in order to ensure a bonafide candidate. Therefore, the student should be
ready to answer cogently regarding his plans to leave US after studies. A
good bank-statement can, to some extent , convince the consular. The
consular shall also examine how well-informed the student is about the
course he is going to attend and his past records that corroborate his
honest intention to studying in US. The consular shall make sure, that
the candidate is not a job-seeker in the guise of a student. The student
shall also be expected to prove his interest, not expertise, in the
subject he/she wishes to study. A beforehand anticipated deliberation may
be useful regarding these questions.The US is a country that is truly
encouraging in matters pertaining to studies and issues visas on priority
bases for the cause. Notwithstanding, the students throughout the globe
have a general perception that the US student visa is hard to get.
Notable is the fact that 6.6 million students got the student visa in
2008 alone. The US wants any student, interested in studying, to come to
her not just academic tycoons but unfortunately, most students fail to
effectively demonstrate, even if they have, this intention. If you can
demonstrate, then studying in the US is no more a dream. Get ready for
it. Marek Evans is regarded as a journalist, Proprietor and conditioning
hobbyist. He operates the site youngandfit which includes tips on men and
women's conditioning, eating plan guidance, bodybuilding and training

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