If you are interested in coming to the United States for the purpose of
attending college, university or a trade school program, you may be wondering
what the requirements are for obtaining a student visa. There are two
types of visa categories which can be used by individual wanting to study
in the U.S. and these are the M-1 student visa. M-1 visas are for those
individuals who will be attending vocational training programs or other
non-academic programs. To qualify for a student visa,
- You must have been accepted in and officially enrolled as a full-time student
in an academic or vocational program.
- The school you are planning to attend must have the approval of the Immigration
and Customs Enforcement's Student and Exchange Visitors Program.
- You must either be proficient in the English language or you must be enrolled
in classes leading to proficiency.
- You must have the financial means necessary to support yourself for the
duration of the time necessary for you to complete your studies.
- You will be required to maintain residency abroad throughout the duration
of your studies.
Individuals who meet the above requirements will be able to submit an application
for a M-1 visa. Applying for a student visa may appear to be a simple
task, however the
immigration process can often be extremely complex. A Winter Park immigration lawyer
from our firm stands ready to guide you through the immigration process
so as to assist you in obtaining the outcome you seek. All it takes is
one simple mistake on an application process for your visa request to
be denied. Why put yourself and your future at risk when help is just
a phone call away?
Contact Robert Brown LLC immediately so that we can review your case and advise you on to proceed.