If you plan to visit the United States for the purpose of studying or working, you must first obtain a visa that allows you access into the country. The two most common student visa statuses are F1 and J1, but which one is right for you? Each one has different benefits and application … Read more about How Can I Tell If I Qualify for F1 or J1 Status?
Obtaining a visa is without a doubt the most important requirement for a non-resident to be granted the ability to live and work in a foreign country. They allow foreign residents to enter, reside in, and leave the country that they hope to move to, usually for a mandated period of time. There are … Read more about F1 Visa vs. J1 Visa
When coming to the United States of America for the first time, a foreigner needs to fill out certain forms in order to get the right visas needed to enter the country. The visas vary from person to person, but they each allow them to be in the United States for a certain amount of time. One of … Read more about What Is the J1 Visa?
An individual who has received training or performed graduated studies in the United States, such as a J-1 medical doctor and holds a J-1 exchange visa, is usually ineligible to apply for a nonimmigrant visa or a Green Card. However, that is not the case if he or she has spent two years or more in a … Read more about J-1 Visas For Physicians
On July 15, 2013 the University of Northern Virginia (UNVA) was shut down by the State Council of Higher Education (SCHEV). Although the decision of the school is perfectly clear, what is to become of its students? Without any direction, UNVA students are investigating their various options. UNVA … Read more about What’s Left for UNVA?