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Overview

Study in USA is a superb choice of your carrier in the life, after this there no needs to bother for the correct decision of life. First of all we all know that USA is offering a quality education to their students and international students. The degrees/certificates students got from USA educational organizations are highly admitted in all over the world.

USA is considered advanced nation and country in all over the world. It is offering quality education for their national and worldwide students. Every year students are increasing rapidly.

There are more than 4,000 open and private schools and colleges according to USA authorities, however a student who gains his degree from USA institute is permitted to work all day for one year to get a handy experience in his own field that is called Optional Practical Training (OPT). This post will guide you about the process which any student can follow to obtain USA student visa and can compete his studies in USA.

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The process for study in USA is divided in different steps, following are those steps:

Steps to follow for Study in USA.

As USA universities are inviting students from everywhere throughout the world. So differences in religion, culture and countries make it additionally fascinating.

Alongside different offices, it additionally gives chances to games, diversion and in much different fields with full which are loaded with life. USA’s colleges and universities have accreditation with various representing bodies and endeavoring to convey their best administrations to worldwide students.  Here is the complete information regarding Study in USA for Pakistani Students will engage students to get exact and appropriate data with respect to studying abroad.

Here are those steps:

 Step-1: Selection of University & Course

In first step you have to select a university of USA where you will take admission to fulfill your dream to study in USA. There are number of factors which you must keep in your mind while selection of university and course. following are the few factors which you must keep in your mind while selecting the university and course:

  1. Your Interest
  2. Graduate Employment Rate
  3. Your Aptitude
  4. Your academic performance
  5. Finance

Above factors will help you to find suitable university and course for yourself. Students usually ask about the best university in USA, therefore here is the list of top 10 universities of USA. According to QS ranking following are the top 10 universities of USA in the world.

QS Top 10 universities list to for selection of university.

QS Top 10 Universities of United States in 2019 & 2020
Sr#University NameRanking
1Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)1
2Stanford University2
3Harvard University3
4California Institute of Technology (Caltech)4
5University of Chicago9
6Princeton University13
7Cornell University14
8Yale University15
9Columbia University16
10University of Pennsylvania19

After selection of university and your required course from that university, you need to submit your application in that university. The selection of the course in an important factor, here is the list of top 10 courses which is selected by international students in the world.

To 10 Courses which international students select

Sr#Course NameNumber of students
1Business & Administrative Studies60000/-
2Engineering & Technology28000/-
3Social Studies21000/-
4Creative Arts & Design17000/-
5Law14000/-
6Biological Science13500/-
7Medicine9500/-
8Computer Science9200/-
9Languages7000/-
10Physical Science6500/-

During finalizing of your university and course, you must consider another factors which is Finance. This is very important factor because without funds you can not live and study in university. Following is the cost breakup for student who want to study in USA.

Cost of study in USA

Following is the costing map to get idea. Fees at US universities, 2019-20

Charges for 2 years, Public InstitutePublic Institute 4 years ChargesCharges out of states, 4 yearsnonprofits 4 year charges
Tuition and other fees$3,347$9,139$22,958$31,231
Room and board $7,705$9,804$9,894$11,188
Total per year$11,052$18,943$32,762$42,419

Required eligibility to Study in USA in 2019-20

International students must apply for I-20 confirmation in US colleges straightforwardly because there is no second person or agent in the middle of student and colleges like in UK. Furthermore students should apply specifically to any US college or university and the administration of that college will manage the students about their admission and study process.

Please check the requirements for issuance of I-20:

Eligibility – A Student must have 12 years of education (F.Sc/F.A,O-Levels, A-Levels, DAE ,D.Com, DBA) minimum, then he will be considered eligible for USA student visa.

Language Requirements:
You must be very good in English language, it is not the demanded by US embassy but it is demanded by the institute where you want to take admission. Following is the detail of English requirement of for different course.

  • IELTS 5.5: for diploma and advance diploma courses
  • IELTS 6.0 to 6.5 for Graduation and post-graduation degrees.

 GRE (Graduate Record Examination):
In some US universities you need to provide result of GRE. The GRE’s score requirement can be different for different universities.

 Note: There are some universities where you can get admission in BBA and MBA without TOEFL and IELTS. You can contact us for detail of those universities

 Bank Statement Requirement:

Universities of USA issue I-20 after checking your finance situation, for this purpose they demand personal or sponsor’s bank statement. The required amount of bank statement varies from university to university and city to city. But you can calculate your required funds by applying this formula

Required funds = Tuition Fee + Living Cost

Usually the living cost for 1 year is USD 10,000/- per year.

After obtaining the course fee you can determine your required funds.

Procedure to get admission in USA University or college:

Students who want to apply for graduate or post graduate degree program in US Universities, they should send their documents to the college via email or courier. International students must check fro, college or university administration about last date of application. Usually it is mentioned on university or college website clearly. Student should also confirm that how they can apply? either by email or by post.

Each graduate program has different confirmation criteria, students must contact specifically to the office for additional required information. International students who have extraordinary studies background are qualified to apply for graduate level program.

Following is the process to apply for I-20 in USA College or university.

Submitting the application:

Mostly educational institutes in USA give admission to those students who keep impressive educational record and have good scores in  test like IELTS, TOEFL, the SAT or ACT. If you are applying to doctoral level universities, additional exam scores, for instance, the GRE and GMAT, will be required.

Cost of Application:

The cost for each application is US$35 to US$100. This money pays for taking care of your application and is non-refundable, paying little heed to the way that you aren’t admitted to the US institute. In case you mail your application, documents the admission office to certify your application was gotten.

      Application for Master Program:

Students who want to apply for Master level program in USA University, he/she have to present some extra information about his/her prior education. Along with Personal data, student will show research work, exercises, instructive arrangement, Essay, proposal letter and other information requested by the institute recruiting authorities. Students must send them before the last date of admission. Updated information regarding admission in 2019 please check this post.

Numerous USA organizations require TOEFL form international applicants to know their English language ability. Presently the greater part of the colleges in US additionally acknowledges the IELTS and PTE for language capability to Study in USA. GRE test is fundamental part of get confirmation in US colleges for international students.

          Amount required for Master Degree Program in USA:

Students who need to begin their student life in US as Master level student, the cost of study which he or she may need is $5.000 to $50,000 every year. The cost of study have likewise in view of the courses which students will decision. The living cost students may vary from  $6,000 to $15,000 every year because of cities and other factors.

                                                                   NOTE: Application fee is nonrefundable by the USA Universities

Required Documents for application:

  1. Application forms of university
  2. A passport valid minimum 6 month and having blank pages on it.
  3. Photographs white background. Detail of photograph can be send from US embassy website.
  4. Proof of your financial statement that will help you to study in US in other words Personal or Sponsor Bank Statement. which shows that you have enough arrangement of funds that you can complete your studies in USA.

Step-2 Issuance of I-20 from US College/University

There is no better feeling than being accepted into your program of choice to study in the USA. You’re one step closer to achieving your dreams! While it might feel like you have gotten over the hardest part of the process, there are still some hurdles to jump over.

The I-20 Form is a Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status. Once you have been accepted into certified college or university, and paid your I-901 SEVIS fee, an official representative from your school will give you the appropriate I-20 Form based on whether the school you attend is in F-1 or M-1 status. Every school that accepts you will send you an I-20 Form once you’ve paid the fee. Only complete the I-20 Form from the school that you decide to attend.

Now that you’ve been accepted, it’s time to figure out your visa and immigration paperwork to legally study in the USA.

Step-3: Apply for US student visa in US Embassy

All those students who have obtained are looking to continue their studies in abroad can get detail information from this article. Here we will tell them how you can get Student visa for USA. The major reason of not getting the student visa for USA is that the student is not fully aware from the documents and procedure. The aim to write this article is to provide full information to all those students who are interested to continue studies in USA.

Visa Types for USA Student visa:

Usually there are following types of visas for USA student.

F-1 Visa:

This is very common type of visa for students. If you want to studies in USA in an approved school, college or university or any private institute or language school then you need to take F-1 visa. There are another point which you have to keep in mind before applying for US student visa that If your course work is more than 18 hours a week then you have to take F-1 visa.

J-Exchange Visa

This type of visa is given to those students who are willing to study on exchange program.

M Student Visa:

If you are willing to attend in non-academic or vocational study or training at a U.S. institution then you need an M-1 visa.

US Public Schools

According to US Law the schools of United States are not allowed to issue study permit to international students. Students (kindergarten to 8th grade) are not eligible to obtain study permit in US.

An F-1 visa can be issued for attendance at a public secondary school (grades 9 to 12), but the student is limited to a maximum of 12 months at the school. On the letter of I-20 the institute clearly mention about your cost of living and tuition fee. For more information about F-1 legal requirements, visit the Department of State website.

Note: Holders of A, E, F-2, G, H-4, J-2, L-2, M-2 or other derivative non immigrant visas may enroll in public elementary and secondary schools.
Required items for Student visa Application

To apply for USA student visa in US Embassy, you should present the following documents:

  • A Nonimmigrant Visa Electronic Application (DS-160) Form. Visit the DS-160 website page for more data about the DS-160.
  • A valid passport for visa application with valid expiry date not less than a half year past your proposed time of remains in the United States.
  • One (1) 2″x2″ (5cmx5cm) photo taken according to the required specs. Photo must be fresh and recent less than 6 months. You can take further information regarding photo from official website US department.
  • A payment receipt showing that you have paid US$160 non-refundable nonimmigrant visa application processing charges. This amount can be paid in your local back as cash.
  • Signed and stamped Form I-20 from your U.S. college or university.
  • Past 10-year travel history
  • List of your siblings and dependents.
  • Confirmation of appointment in US Embassy which you have booked already.
  • You may likewise bring whatever supporting records you trust bolster the data gave to the consular officer.

How to apply for student visa in Embassy

Step-A

In first step arrange all your documents which we mentioned above and fill the nonimmigrant Visa Electronic Application (DS-160) form.

Step-B

Find the bank from official website of US and pay application fee for visa in that bank. This amount will be paid in cash. The amount is USD 160.

Step-C

Now you have to schedule your appointment by visiting US official website. For appointment booking you have

Schedule your appointment on this web page. You will need the following information in order to schedule your appointment:

  • Your passport number
  • The receipt number from your Visa Fee receipt. (Click here if you need help finding this number.)
  • The ten (10) digit barcode number from your DS-160 confirmation page

Step-D

Visit the U.S. Embassy or Consulate on the date and time of your visa interview. You must bring a printed copy of your appointment letter, your DS-160 confirmation page, one photograph taken within the last six months, your current and all old passports, and the original visa fee payment receipt. Applications without all of these items will not be accepted.

Step-4 Attend Your Visa Interview

A consular officer will interview you to determine whether you are qualified to receive a student visa, or if another category is more appropriate for your purpose of travel.  You must establish that you meet the requirements under U.S. law to receive a visa.

Ink-free, digital fingerprint scans are taken as part of the application process. They are usually taken during your interview, but this varies based on location.

After your visa interview, the consular officer may determine that your application requires further administrative processing.  The consular officer will inform you if this is required.

After the approval of visa, you have to pay visa issuance fee. (if applicable to your nationality), and make arrangements for the return of the passport and visa to you.  Review the visa processing times to learn more.

Supporting Documents

Supporting documents are only one of many factors a consular officer will consider in your interview. Consular officers look at each application individually and consider professional, social, cultural and other factors during adjudication. Consular officers may look at your specific intentions, family situation, and your long-range plans and prospects within your country of residence. Each case is examined individually and is accorded every consideration under the law.

Caution: It is clearly mentioned that don’t present false and misleading document in US Embassy, otherwise you will get permanent ban from USA.

You should bring the following documents to your interview:

  • Documents demonstrating strong financial, social, and family ties to your home country that will compel you to return to your country after your program of study in the United States ends.
  • Financial and any other documents you believe will support your application and which give credible evidence that you have enough readily-available funds to meet all expenses for the first year of study and that you have access to funds sufficient to cover all expenses while you remain in the United States. M-1 applicants must demonstrate the ability to pay all tuition and living costs for the entire period of their intended stay.
  • Photocopies of bank statements will not be accepted unless you can also show original copies of bank statements or original bank books.
  • If you are financially sponsored by another person, bring proof of your relationship to the sponsor (such as your birth certificate), the sponsor’s most recent original tax forms and the sponsor’s bankbooks and/or fixed deposit certificates.
  • Academic documents that show scholastic preparation. Useful documents include school transcripts (original copies are preferred) with grades, public examination certificates (A-levels, etc.), standardized test scores (SAT, TOEFL, etc.), and diplomas.

Dependents

Spouses and/or unmarried children under the age of 21 who wish to accompany or join the principal visa holder in the United States for the duration of his or her stay require derivative F or M visas. There is no derivative visa for the parents of F or M holders.

Family members who do not intend to reside in the United States with the principal visa holder, but wish to visit for vacations only, may be eligible to apply for visitor (B-2) visas.

Spouses and dependents may not work in the United States on a derivative F or M visa. If your spouse/child seeks employment, the spouse must obtain the appropriate work visa.

Supporting Documents for Dependents

Applicants with dependents must also provide:

  • Proof of the student’s relationship to his or her spouse and/or child (e.g., marriage and birth certificates)
  • It is preferred that families apply for their visas at the same time, but if the spouse and/or child must apply separately at a later time, they should bring a copy of the student visa holder’s passport and visa, along with all other required documents.

Step-5 Entering the United States

A visa does not guarantee entry into the United States.  A visa only allows a foreign citizen to travel to a U.S. port-of-entry (generally an airport) and request permission to enter the United States. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials at the port-of-entry have authority to permit or deny admission to the United States.

After you present your passport, visa, and Form I-20 at the port-of-entry, a CBP official will make this decision.  Once you are allowed to enter the United States, the CBP official will provide an admission stamp or paper Form I-94, Arrival/Departure Record.

Learn about procedures for students (with F or M visas) entering the United States on the CBP website under Arrival Procedures for Students or Exchange Visitors.  Learn about admissions and entry requirements, restrictions about bringing food, agricultural products, and other restricted/prohibited goods, and more by reviewing the CBP website.

Other Information for Study in USA

Jobs and Work allowed to International students.

Numerous International candidates are right now studying in the US with F-1 Visa. On this visa they are allowed to work in the United States, consequently they have consent to particular terms and conditions and principles. This all is controlled by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). Countless terms will be according to what you have recorded on your F-1 Visa.

There are two work types for students who are studying in US, to support their educational and other costs which are On-Campus and off campus jobs.

On Campus Jobs

On campus jobs are very simple for international students as contrast with off grounds work. Students can do various assignment amid on campus employment, for example, students work in school, student can get allow, on area business firms at schools, and textbook store and cafeteria are the best alternatives for students to doing work amid their reviews.

Worldwide students can do 20 hours work for each week amid their school sessions and in occasions the controls for student to carry out a vocation is distinctive. Students must keep up their substantial F-1 status amid their examining in US in light of the fact that, generally students can’t do on grounds work.

Off-Campus Job Allowed With a F-1 Visa

All international students with F-1 Visa can do a job with some limitations. Students can’t carry out an occupation amid their one year of period to live in USA. After finished one year of study period in USA can do work in which student will do Optional practical jobs. International students must get authorization from related authorities to do work.

Accommodation for International Students

International students can get two sorts of grants during study in USA which construct quarters In light of Campus settlement and flats off campus convenience.

On-grounds Residence

Quarter is the one of suitable residence. It has immense structures, outfitted with the latest and most conspicuous workplaces, where the overwhelming some portion of hopefuls share a room, washroom and customary locale with a level mate.

Off-campus Residence

Off campus residence is another option. In case you don’t get hostel accommodation then you can take accommodation out of campus. There are number of options available where any student can stay.

Scholarships in USA: Study in USA with scholarship

List of scholarships is given below:

Scholarships by USA Government

  1. Fulbright Foreign Student Program
  2. Hubert Humphrey Fellowship Program

Scholarships by different NGOs.

  1. Abbey Road Summer Scholarships
  2. The Next Gen Scholarship Fund
  3. Tortuga Backpacks Study Abroad Scholarship
  4. David P. Shapiro Annual Leukaemia Scholarships

Scholarships by different Universities

  1. American University Emerging Global Leader Scholarship
  2. Brandeis University Wien International Scholarship Program
  3. Clark University Global Scholars Program
  4. University of Oregon International Scholarships
  5. University of Wisconsin Superior Non-resident Tuition Waiver Program
  6. Emory University Needs-Based Scholarship Program
  7. Iowa State University International Merit Scholarships
  8. Michigan State University International Scholarships
  9. New York University Wagner International Scholarships
  10. The Art Institutes Scholarship Program

Conclusion:

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