STUDY USA VISA SERVICES
Five Must-have for a Student Visa Application for the USA
Obtaining a student to any country can sometimes be daunting, especially if you do not know what you are doing. Many visa application get denied because they are flawed with irregularities. At IMSA, we show you the lawful steps to ensure you increase your chance of obtaining a student visa. IMSA does not guarantee that a visa will be obtain; the visa issuing authority at the consulate office in your home country has the final say. However, you have done due diligence and have worked in integrity and timely, you increase your chances of obtaining a student visa for the USA.
IMSA reserves the right to refuse to pursue a visa application process when it deemed that the applicant is not providing authentic and legitimate documentation for the visa process. Below are five important item that must be taken into account to maximize your odds of obtain a student visa for the USA.
After you have followed our ESL course, prepared for and taken the TOEFL and submitted all documentation for application to a school, the next five items will be completed.
- A letter of admission from a college or university certified by an I-20 document from your abroad institution on their own letterhead stating that they are admitting you in a specific course of study. It should include things like tuition and room and board costs, proof of housing, etc.
- Written proof that you have a certain amount of money in a bank account with your name on it with which you will use to live. This is separate from room and board costs so there is no way around it.
- Proof that you or your sponsors have enough money to pay for your travel, tuition, room, board, insurance and other living expenses.
- Obtain your biometrics. This is a fancy word for fingerprints. Once you finish your application online, you will automatically sign up for an appointment to get your fingerprints taken. On that day you will need to go down to the nearest immigration center, consulate, or wherever they require you to go, and get your prints electronically. It’s a fairly straightforward and simple process.
- Your passport. At this point, you should already have a passport. You will be required to mail it in along with the rest of the documents proving that you have the means to live in the USA for at least a year. You will get your passport back with the visa inside.
- Passport quality photos. Make sure that the photos meet the visa photo required as specified in your the application package.
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