When you want to come to the United States to study, you need a student visa. Citizens of a foreign country may come to the United States to study at college or university, or to obtain the vocational training that may not be afforded to them in their home nations.
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In order to apply for these visas, you must provide thorough documentation, including a signed passport and transcripts from previous educational programs as well as information about where you will be staying in the U.S. as well as a description of the program you have been accepted into.
All documentation must be filled out completely and without error or you can face additional waiting time and more money spent to re-file. In additional, documents must also be truthful. If found given false information, even if it is an honest mistake, you can risk losing the right to a student visa.
Once granted a student visa, you must inform the institution or program where you plan to study. Once this has been done, you are legally able to study and live in the United States. In addition, you can later apply for a work visa or a visa extension to help you continue to live and work in the country.