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'How do I get an American student visa?' [VIDEO]

How simple is it to successfully apply for a student visa to study in America? An international student who had to go through the same process explains what you need to do.

How to get an American student visa

Obtaining a student visa to study in America can be somewhat difficult if you don’t go about it the right way. In fact, anything involving immigration in America is complex! If you go about it the wrong way, you can find yourself facing problems eventually.

Watch the video below, as Taro, a former international student, guides us through the American international student visa process, explaining everything simply. If it helps you, give it a LIKE. There's some useful links after the video too.

 

 

Watch more clips from our Hangout with Taro:

‘How can I make new friends when studying abroad?’

‘What is undergraduate study in America like?’

‘Where should I study, in America?’

‘What classes can I take at community college?’

‘Should I go to community college first or straight to university?’

‘What’s the difference between community college and university?’

 

Useful links:

'How to apply for an American student visa' 

Taro's YouTube channel

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