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  1. Hello all, I came to the U.S. for master's in 2017, and I got a five-year, multiple entry F1 visa that is valid till June 2022. I returned to my home country after the master's in July 2019. I was wondering if I could still use the same F1 visa for my PhD for Fall 2020, after getting a new SEVIS number and I-20 and paying for the new SEVIS number, or whether I should apply for a new visa altogether. I sent an email to both my previous university and my upcoming PhD university, and replies from both the sources were that I can use the same F1 visa, if it has not expired yet, given I pay for the new SEVIS ID fee. However, to officially confirm one last time, I emailed the US Embassy in my home country. They asked for my passport and scanned copies of old and new I-20s, and responded, "As you have already completed the course and applying for another program, you should apply for new visa." I again asked my previous and new university officials, and they again stood by their former response, and gave the number of the director, if there is any problem during immigration. Do you think the person from the embassy has mistaken the situation a bit? Since the embassy is closed (or at least not accepting visa appointments) right now, it would be an immense relief for me if I could use my previous F1 visa, so that I could just fly as soon as international flights resume. I look forward to hearing your thoughts... Thanks so much!
  2. Any other international student starting this Fall having issues/delays with getting their student visa? It's really quite troublesome. Can't firm up apartment rentals and flights if the visa isn't even settled yet. Thankfully, my school has given us the option to defer to next year (with our current funding package intact), but I strongly prefer to not waste any more time.
  3. Hello everyone, I'm an international student advisor and consultant. I'm here to learn and inform. Thank you.
  4. Hi everyone. It is my first time posting so I am unsure if this is the right sub-forum for my question but here goes.I am a citizen from a developing country (Philippines) strongly considering an Accounting PhD. I am aware that the business schools with the best reputation are in the US; US business schools have placements all over the world. My issue is with the certainty of my work prospects after graduation in the countries where I want to work. Visa rules in the US are much stricter compared to Canada, UK, or Australia; the US only grants a one year visa post-PhD whereas the other countries grant visas from 2 to 4 years. In other words, I only have at most one year to find work after my PhD in the US but up to 4 years in the non-US countries. My goal really is to work in the non-US countries as I like their working culture better. My question is: given my aspirations, which country should I prioritize in my application? If it matters, my ideal workplace would be a university in Australia, followed by Canada, then Europe/UK. Assuming I get admission in a T25 US school and a T4 Aussie school, which program should I pursue? Hoping to hear from someone familiar with the immigration difficulties in each country.
  5. Hello, I would like to ask about how the process will go. I'm a Philippine resident and passport holder and assuming I would obtain a PharmD degree, which according to NABP is the equivalent degree to a US pharmacist. The NABP provides a test called FPGEE, which is to be taken INSIDE the USA. Are there tiny exceptions to cases like such? What I had in mind was: 1. Apply for the EB-2 visa (applies for me because I have a BS Pharmacy and PharmD degree) at the same time apply for a job in which an employer will sponsor me. 2. Arrive at the US, take the FPGEE and when passed I would take the State board and NAPLEX. Does it work this way? Because the FPGEE requires my physical presence in the USA, while I cannot do that without a visa. Now the dilemma is: I CANNOT APPLY FOR AN IMMIGRANT VISA IF I HAVE NO EMPLOYER, I WON'T HAVE AN EMPLOYER IF I DON'T PASS THE FPGEE. What may you suggest if this does not work? Thanks very much a detailed help or guide would be very much appreciated. Amby [
  6. Hi guys! I'm going to take the TOEFL ibt test to use it on my Work Permit in Austria. They require level B1 on the CEFR to approve my visa, so I'm trying to predict how my scores should be on the TOEFL. Does anyone has experience in something like that? I'm asking because I'm pretty confident I can score the 50-70 required for B1 CEFR, but I'm a little worried about the Speaking test, which I think I'm going to have a very low score. So, if they require a minimum score of 14 on speaking, I'll probably be in trouble, even if I can compensate with high scores on the other tests. Any ideas to help me out with this?
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  8. I got admitted to an economics phd prog (full funding). Do I need to show additional funding? Funding is enough to cover the living expenses.
  9. This is whats written on the USCIS paper. Notice type: Sister or brother of U.S. Citizen, 203 (a) (4) INA I would just like to enquire and confirm what type of visa is this exactly? I assumed it was F4 visa but when I search this up exactly as it is nothing shows up.
  10. Hi My dad is petitioned for an F4 visa by my aunt (his sister) who is a US citizen. Its been 20 years, how long does this normally take? And are we still waiting for something? Also does this petition also include me? I'm 18 years of age (28 April 1996).
  11. First of all, I would like to greet everybody since this is my first time posting on this forum.First of all, I would like to greet everybody since this is my first time posting on this forum. I am a 25 years old Brazilian lawyer and tax adviser. Going straight to the topic, I have some doubts and some concerns regarding the immigration process for me and my soon to be wife. We intend to study in the US for a MBA (in my case) and a Master of Clinical Research (her case). Reading about the F1 VISA I learned that is granted to those who seek to study for an undergraduate or above degree in the US. Do you guys know how much money is needed (not counting the cost of the university) to prove my financial status as eligible for this kind of VISA, if real state (my home – that will probably be rented for this period) counts to this and if my money can also count on behalf of my fiancée? Also, and that is a more tricky question (at least I believe), we intend to not only study there, but also live in the US afterward (but only if we are 100% legally in the country). Reading about the F1 VISA I find out that with this kind of non-immigrant permission we can only work for 20 hours weekly, but it offers a chance of OPT (Optional Practical Training) of a maximum of 12 months that can be prorogated (if special circumstances are fulfilled) for another 12 months. Do we have a shot in getting an employer-sponsored job for the H1-B VISA after or during that and afterward get ourselves a green card through that? Or that is just wishful thinking? Because if our chances are slim to none, we are not sure if we really want spend all this money on higher education in the US to them go back to Brazilian depressed wages and opportunities (bear in mind that we are both post graduated on Brazilian most prestigious university). PS: Forgive me for my English if it is not good enough, but I will be doing some courses to improve it (it’s been a while since I don’t practice my writing and speaking skills for lack of opportunities to do so).
  12. Hello. My I-20 has my first, middle, and last name. First: John Middle: Robert Last: Minton My passport doesn't have my middle name, (my drivers license does) Given: John Surname: Minton Do I need a new I-20? I have already paid the SEVIS fee so I hope I don't, can I get the school to update SEVIS record to remove middle name IF I get a new I-20? Thank you!
  13. Hello, :peach: I am giving my TOEFL for the third time, :disgust::disgust: Does the Number of ATTEMPTS for TOEFL and GRE matter for admission and VISA ???:confused: I have scored 76 in first attempt, 79 in second attempt, and now I am appearing for TOEFL for the THIRD time.. I wanted to know whether will it affect my VISA process or my ADMISSION to GRAD college in US ? As i am applying for MS in Mechanical Engineering for FALL 2014. I am very tensed:fatigued: Please reply me ASAP. And please do suggest me some universities also in USA for following acads: BE MECHANICAL - 62% (3 backlogs)[university of Pune] GRE - 295 (V139, Q156) TOEFL - 79(R15 L18 S24 W22). PLEASE REPLY. I AM VERY TENSED. PLEASE HELP ME !:upset: THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
  14. Hello, :peach: I am giving my TOEFL for the third time, :disgust::disgust: Does the Number of ATTEMPTS for TOEFL and GRE matter for admission and VISA ???:confused: I have scored 76 in first attempt, 79 in second attempt, and now I am appearing for TOEFL for the THIRD time.. I wanted to know whether will it affect my VISA process or my ADMISSION to GRAD college in US ? As i am applying for MS in Mechanical Engineering for FALL 2014. I am very tensed:fatigued: Please reply me ASAP. And please do suggest me some universities also in USA for following acads: BE MECHANICAL - 62% (3 backlogs)[university of Pune] GRE - 295 (V139, Q156) TOEFL - 79(R15 L18 S24 W22). PLEASE REPLY. I AM VERY TENSED. PLEASE HELP ME !:upset: THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
  15. Hello, :peach: I am giving my TOEFL for the third time, :disgust::disgust: Does the Number of ATTEMPTS for TOEFL and GRE matter for admission and VISA ???:confused: I have scored 76 in first attempt, 79 in second attempt, and now I am appearing for TOEFL for the THIRD time.. I wanted to know whether will it affect my VISA process or my ADMISSION to GRAD college in US ? As i am applying for MS in Mechanical Engineering for FALL 2014. I am very tensed:fatigued: Please reply me ASAP. And please do suggest me some universities also in USA for following acads: BE MECHANICAL - 62% (3 backlogs)[university of Pune] GRE - 295 (V139, Q156) TOEFL - 79(R15 L18 S24 W22). PLEASE REPLY. I AM VERY TENSED. PLEASE HELP ME !:upset: THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
  16. Hello, :peach: I am giving my TOEFL for the third time, :disgust::disgust: Does the Number of ATTEMPTS for TOEFL and GRE matter for admission and VISA ???:confused: I have scored 76 in first attempt, 79 in second attempt, and now I am appearing for TOEFL for the THIRD time.. I wanted to know whether will it affect my VISA process or my ADMISSION to GRAD college in US ? As i am applying for MS in Mechanical Engineering for FALL 2014. I am very tensed:fatigued: Please reply me ASAP. And please do suggest me some universities also in USA for following acads: BE MECHANICAL - 62% (3 backlogs)[university of Pune] GRE - 295 (V139, Q156) TOEFL - 79(R15 L18 S24 W22). PLEASE REPLY. I AM VERY TENSED. PLEASE HELP ME !:upset: THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
  17. Few month ago i applied for a job in General Electric company. Then they selected me & seleceted a attorny for me. Company said they give all my traveling documents to the attorney & i have to follow his instruction. Today attorney send me a huge mail with instruction, where in the last line he said: "Please send me the following documents: (a) medical text result. (b) police clearance report. © Scan copy of your right hand ink Fingerprint (d) Scan One (1) 2x2 photograph (e)scan Copy of international passport and birth certificate. Total payment of $750.00 to be made available for the process of your working visa to the United state department of state and immigration service as soon as possible. Note: inform me the fastest means of transferring this fee, through western union,money Gram or bank transfer please update me on which one you will use to transfer this money to enable us send fast payment information to you. I will look forward to your reply and to receive your payment details to enable fast processing. " what should i do now? does i pay the money to the attorney? please help me
  18. Hi, My f1 visa got rejected twice for fall 12.( ms in cs) .My girlfriend got her f1 visa approved and heading to US for MS. Now our families want us to marry ( court marriage) in this month. Here is the problem- i am planning to apply for spring at the same school she is heading to.So will it be problem if my wife is in the US, at the same school? (potential immigrant) or My case will be stronger due to wife? Please need advice as soon as possible. Thank you.
  19. Hi, I am currently a masters student graduating in MAY 2012. I have been accepted for PhD to the same university. My visa expires in August, and I have to start my PhD in September. So I will be travelling back to India this August and will be applying for a new visa under PhD. My question is, what is the procedure for renewal? Is it the same as applying a new visa? What are the chances of acceptance? Here are my stats below. Came to US in 2007 for B.S., completed with high gpa in 2010 started masters in Jan 2011, completed in MAY 2012. Made roughly 5-7 trips during the past five years back to home Currently an Adjunct instructor and will be so if I continue with my PhD Another big question is the last bullet. Will it help my visa case or weaken it? Oh and ya I will be appearing at the Mumbai Consulate Pls Help......... Thanks
  20. Hi My partner is a British Citizen and we have had a long distant relationship for approx. 3 and a half years now. I have recently moved to the UK on a student visa as we planned to get married after I had completed my 3 years course. I have passed my first few papers but now we want to get married ASAP as we have had enough. We are currently living in two different cities because of my course and we both are unemployed at the moment. My partner has a disability and is confined to a wheelchair. We want to apply for a spouse visa for myself but have no idea how to go about it. I found out that we have to be employed and living in the same city after getting married to be eligible for the visa, but none of the cases that I read about had the same circumstances as ours. Can somebody please help us out with this, any help/ideas will be highly appreciated. Thank you
  21. Hello, I have long desired to do my post graduation & applied to top ten universities in USA. Fortunately got approved of admission to one of them. After my application I got married (in december) & my spouse is in USA from last 7 yrs on H1B & also is in process for GC (stage I-140) I am still in India (was waiting to hear from universities) while my husband is in USA now. The question is- will my F1 visa be rejected on potential immigrant basis because my spouse is in USA? I am worried as this will keep me away from benefits of scholarship ,TA/RA & OPT.:( I have not registered my marriage yet. Should I apply as Single status & get registered married after reaching USA? (my sponsor is my father & not my spouse) Will this land me in difficulties later?:hmm: Should I try for F1 as married & declare the truth about his GC process & if rejected apply for H4? (and bear the monetary & experience loss):mad: Please help me. Any suggestions /experience/ advice appreciated
  22. jimmy19

    why georgia tech

    Guys first of all you all have world of a knowledge and that is so awesome, i have applied in Georgia tech as undergrad student so i want to know what exactly should i tell the visa officer if he asks me why georgia tech.my reason is the ranking of the university but that sounds very peripheral. plz help me guys asap
  23. hello , i wanted to know if showing a sibling having citizenship of USA will have negative impact while applying for student visa to USA, thanking you in advance,
  24. Hi, For foreign pharmacists, in a scale from 1 :( to 10 :D , what do you think your chances of finding a sponsorship for your H1-B VISA? And WHY? I'm looking forward to hear from you...:tup: good luck, George
  25. I have read these info from h1base.com website, I think it worth reading... H1B visa filing fees are normally ALL paid by the Employer / Sponsor Company * USCIS fees for visa filing are legally required to be paid by the US Employer * Immigration Attorney Services for visa preparation and filing are NOT legally required to be paid by the US Employer (but normally are) Standard Filing Fee: The standard H-1B filing fee is $320 for the 1-129 petition. This fee is also payable for renewals, transfers, and amendments. Almost everyone has to pay this. There can also be additional fees at the consulate when applying from abroad. ACWIA (Training) Fee: The employer must pay a fee of $1,500 towards a training fee meant to fund the training of U.S. workers. But if the employer has less than 25 full-time employees, they must pay only one-half of the required fee which is $750 [see Section §214©(9) of the Immigration & Nationality Act]. The training fee is paid one time to initially grant the H-1B petition and to extend H-1B status. But if this is the second or subsequent extension with the same employer, then the training fee is not required. The following are exempt from the training fee: primary or secondary educational institutions, institutions of higher education, nonprofit organizations related to or affiliated with any institutions of higher education, a nonprofit organization that engages in established curriculum-related clinical training of students registered at any institutions of higher education, nonprofit research organizations or a governmental research organizations [see Section 214©(9)(A) of the Immigration & Nationality Act and 8 C.F.R. §2l4.2(h)(19)(iii)-(iv). Fraud Fee: A $500 fraud prevention and detection fee is required for the initial H-1B petition or to switch employers. The fraud fee is not required for extensions with the same employer [see Section 214©(12) of the Immigration & Nationality Act]. Optional H1B Fees: Premium Processing - the $1,000 fee is almost always worth every penny. Decisions are made within 15 business days. Your lawyer is provided a direct telephone number and email address for the office, and the specific officer, handling your matter (should any issue arise that needs attention). And if applicable, your family’s H4 applications will be processed along with the primary H1B petition at no additional cost. Family members can apply as dependents of the primary H-1B applicant. The fee is $300. See Form I-539. Immigration Attorney Fees: It is recommended to use an immigration attorney to help prepare and file the application documents and forms. Attorney fees vary depending on the attorney you choose to use, but as a guideline you can expect to pay anywhere in the region of $1,000 - $2,000 The fee overview above is a good starting point. Good luck, George
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