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Offering students the chance to study at world-class institutions across virtually any course of study, America’s allure as a study abroad destination is no secret. With the nation’s tight immigration laws in mind however, getting a visa might seem overwhelming or scary for international students.

Don’t worry: thousands of students successfully head Stateside to study every year, so obtaining a student visa is a well-worn administrative process that is quite straightforward if you’ve got all your documents in order. Let our step-by-step breakdown of the US visa application procedure guide you through the process.

VISA INFORMATION
The most common student visa is the F-1 visa. A small number of students travel to the United States on an M-1 visa if they are completing a program of hands-on technical or vocational training, or on a J-1 visa if they are on a sponsored exchange program.

Documents Required
The following items are required from all applicants for a student visa.

Acceptance form (I-20)
Before applying for a student visa, the applicant must be accepted by a school or institution approved by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). The student can find out directly from the institute whether it has that approval. If the student is applying for the F-1 visa, the institution must send the applicant a Form I-20A-B, (Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant [F-1] Student Status for Academic and Language Students). If the student is applying for the M-1 visa, the institution must send the applicant a Form I-20M-N (Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant [M-1] Student Status for Vocational Students). All four pages of the I-20 form must be submitted with the application. The form must also be signed by the applicant and by a school official in the appropriate places.

Application fee
Each applicant for a student visa must pay a nonrefundable application fee.

Application form
Each applicant must submit a Nonimmigrant Visa Application Form DS-156, completed and signed. A separate form is needed for children, even if they are included in a parent’s passport. Free blank forms are available at all US embassies and consulates. A copy of the form can also be obtained online from our office.

Passport
Each applicant must have a passport valid for travel to the United States and with a validity date that extends at least six months beyond the applicant’s intended period of stay. If more than one person is included in the passport, each person applying for a visa must make a separate application.

Photograph
Each applicant must provide one photograph 1 and 1/2 inches square (37x37mm), showing full face, without head covering, against a light background
Evidence of financial resources
Applicants must provide evidence that shows them (or their parents who are sponsoring them) have sufficient funds to cover their tuition and living expenses during the intended period of study. Applicants or sponsors who are salaried employees should bring income tax documents and original bank statements. Applicants or sponsors who own a business should bring business registration, licenses, and tax documents, as well as original bank statements. For more information on financial requirements, see the financial proof section.

A student’s spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 also can apply for visas to come with the student to the US. Applicants who wish to bring dependents with them to the US must also provide marriage and/or birth certificates as proof of the relationship with his spouse and/or children.

Step by Step Application process for USA study visa:
Step 1: Register with Cambridge International Academy
Step 2: Choose Available Intakes
Step 3: Applying for Acceptance form (I- 20)
Step 4 : Pay Application fees(non-refundable)
Step 5: Receive Letter of offer from College/University after documents assessment
Step 6: Bank statements showing total 1 year fees and living expenses up to $12000 per year
Step 7: Confirmation of page submitted online DS-160
Step 8: Submitting File
Step 9 : Original interview letter
Step 10 : Visa stamping

List of Documents Required:
1. Academic documents along with Passport(Attested photocopy)
2. Passport size photo 37 by 37mm
3. Application forms I-20
4. Bank statements
5. Minimum 2 references/recommendation letter( 1 from academic and 1 from employer)
6. Work experience (if any)
7. IELTS overall bands not less than 5.0 bands or TOEFL/GRE/GMAT accepted