Are you interested in coming to the United States to learn and become a student? The F-1 visa can help. With an F-1 you can further your education and training legally. If you are a vocational student, you could apply for an M-1 or J-1 visa. However, most students enter under an F-1 status. To decide which is the best student visa feel free to contact us.
Can my family join me?
Yes. Your spouse and children, if they are under 21 years of age, can join you under an F-2 visa status. How do you apply for the F-2? Simply complete form I-20A-B.
If your family will join you later, then you will need to file Form I-20A-B endorsed by the school. Can my family members work or attend school? No, unless they change their status to F-1. However, if you have a young child they can go to school up to 12 grade.
How do you apply for a student visa?
You must be enrolled as a full time student. The program you as the student will be taking must be an academic one (car repair is not academic). The school should be USCIS approved. The form I-20A-B/ID certificate of eligibility must be signed and issued by the school. You should have the USCIS form I-20 A-B/ID (Certificate of eligibility) issued by the educational institute.
Where do I send my completed documents?
You must file your visa application form, Form I-20A-B and other required documents, with the U.S. Consulate, Consular Office, or the U.S. Embassy with jurisdiction over your permanent residence.
What documents are needed?