A Comprehensive Guide on US Student Visa

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It is practically a MOAB (Mother of All Books) on US student visa. Make a difference between being there and succeeding there. This book is equally useful for international students PLANNING TO GO to US, and also for those who are ALREADY international students in US. In an easy to read step by step fashion with FAQ’s in every section. Hundreds of real life scenarios covered and explained.

Save the time and money that you may pay to costly immigration lawyers or private visa consultants. No need to waste your time looking across tons of online material or reading blogs or acting upon hearsay. You have all the information that you will probably need to know (and more) about your student visa in one single place. The author is a medical doctor and a former F-1 student who studied at Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore, and has written out of his personal experiences and knowledge covering every important aspect.

It’s the first comprehensive book that covers everything essential about application, interview, journey and transits, arrival, registration, extension, changeover to other courses, obtaining tourist and student visa together, changeover from tourist visa to student visa inside the US, emergency exit, post-study job (OPT), jobs during your study (Pre-OPT/ CPT), tax issues as a student . It even touches stuff like green card, H1B and L-1 visas.

BEFORE YOU GO TO US: learn how to prepare documents, fill in the visa application form, prepare and appear for interview, prepration for transit issues during travel etc

DURING TRANSIT: what’s possible and what’s not; immigration issues during transit

AFTER YOU LAND in US: know about registration on arrival at US, planned exit at the end, and about using OPT/Pre-OPT and CPT for jobs or training. Have a full understanding of tax issues and tax liability as a student and your right to access government records as a student. Get to know about Social security numbers and ITIN numbers. Get basics about H1-B, L-1, K, O visa and the American Green card

Know additionally about SPECIAL SCENARIOS such as living in US LEGALLY on an expired visa or entering legally without a passport or without an I-20, how to manage passport loss and emergency exit from US, and stuffs like automatic student visa re-validation, visa reactivation, redress program, entry situations on a terminated SEVIS and about many more interesting situations. Virtually every aspect of the student visa has been discussed.

In 23000 words approximately.

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