Interested in studying in the United States?

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USA Student VISA is an online resource geared towards providing international students up-to-date information regarding immigration policies and procedures.

We have an extensive database of schools located throughout the United States. Our network includes colleges, universities, English language schools and vocational schools.

English as a Second Language

Attending an English Language School is the easiest and most affordable way to obtain a student visa in the United States. Anyone regardless of age or educational background can be accepted into an ESL school.

Benefits of Studying English as a Second Language:

  • It provides you with the opportunity to study in some of the most beautiful cities in the world such as New York, Los Angeles and Hawaii.
  • It prepares you to get into American universities and colleges.
  • It enables you to practice your English with native speakers
  • If you’re interested in applying, check out this list for a listing of ESL schools by area.


    Colleges and Universities

    Obtaining your undergraduate degree in the United States is a good career investment. Not only will you get to learn from industry leaders and topnotch professors, you also poise yourself as a hirable job candidate in the real world.

    Benefits of Earning a Degree in the United States:

    • An American degree is highly recognized around the world.
    • It increases your chances of obtaining permanent residency status and staying longer in the United States.
    • It prepares you to excel in your chosen specialization.
    • If you’re interested in applying, check out this list for a listing of ESL schools by area.


      Graduate School

      Taking up Master’s or PHD in the United States allows you to find employment in specialized fields and increases your market value in the workforce.

      Benefits of Pursing a Graduate Program in the United States:

      • It increases your probability for obtaining permanent employment in the United States.
      • It is estimated that graduate degree holders earn up to 50% higher than their peers.

Student and Work U.S. Visas

H-2B Work Visa

An H2B visa is issued for temporary foreign workers mainly employed in non-agricultural jobs.
If you want to learn more about H-2B work visas, download our H2B Work Visa Application Guide.

This information booklet contains the following:

  1. Overview of the H2B Visa
  2. Eligibility and Requirements
  3. Step-by-Step Application Procedures
  4. Document Checklist
  5. List of USCIS Offices
  6. List of United States Embassies and Consulates
An H1B visa is issued for eligible and qualified temporary foreign workers working in specialized occupations such as engineering, medicine and architecture.

If you want to learn more about H1-B work visas, download our H1B Work Visa Application Guide.

F-1 Student Visa

An F1 visa is issued to foreign nationals who wish to study in American language schools, high schools, universities and other institutions of higher education.

If you want to learn more about F-1 student visas, download our F1 Student Visa Application Guide.

This information booklet contains the following:

  1. Overview of the F1 Visa
  2. Eligibility and Requirements
  3. Step-by-Step Application Procedures
  4. List of USCIS Offices
  5. List of United States Embassies and Consulates

Glossary

Here are some of the important terms and abbreviations you need to know:

  • USCIS United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
  • SEVIS A computer system used by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Schools to track F-1 students and J-1 exchange visitors.

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