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The US: Visa Guides

Not having the correct immigration documentation can create a lot of hassle, and in the very worst case, can result in you being removed from the US before you complete your studies. Navigating the visa process may not be the most exciting part of your study abroad preparation, but it is still absolutely essential! Let us break things down for you so you have everything covered.

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Student Insights: Post-study visa options in America

Part of the process of evaluating the potential of an overseas study destination is taking into account what sort of career opportunities may exist once you’ve graduated.  If you’ve been considering the U.S. as your study abroad option, it’s important that you’re in the know regarding post-study work visas and working rights in the country. We sat down with Taro, an international student from Japan, who told us about his experience of studying in the U.S. and what advice he has

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Applying for a student visa in the US

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

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post-study visa options in the US

Post-study visa options in the US

After years of pre-exam all-nighters, ready meals and essays, you’ve finally received your qualification from a  US institution. Whilst immigration laws in the US are infamously tight, as a qualified graduate there are options for you to remain in the country and work once you’ve finished your studies. Your options will fall broadly between two categories: a temporary work visa (that may be extended to permanent residency in some cases), or enrolment in a training programme. Let

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