F-1Visa.org is a free resource available to students, families, schools and organizations. The site details the F-1 Visa application process and how to obtain an F-1 Visa. The site also provides links to F-1 Visa sponsoring schools, universities, organizations and programs.
Applying for and obtaining an F-1 Student Visa to Study in the United States (US) can be confusing and overwhelming. The purpose of our F-1 Visa Information is to help you understand the steps and process involved in pursuing studies in the United Stated.
F-1 Visa is an online resource that provides you with all the information you need to know when you are looking to obtain an F-1 Visa. The information contained on our web pages has been compiled to help you understand the process and make it go smoothly for you.
The information contained in this resource is designed to provide general information on matters of interest only and should not be construed as legal advice.
“As an international student or foreign national, you will generally need a visa to enter the USA for any length of time. The visa category for most international students is F1, and we have more information on that and other categories below. International students visas are issued and regulated by USCIS, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, and the whole process of obtaining a visa to either study in the USA or to work can be quite daunting. The International Student Visa and Immigration Center has been established to provide our visitors with the right information concerning their student or work visa.
The US Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) has made every effort to provide complete answers to these common questions. However, each person’s individual circumstances differ. So while these questions and answers serve as a general guide, they may not provide all the information you need to determine whether it is appropriate to travel or whether U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will re-admit you to the United States. You can contact your designated school official, officials at your embassy or consulate or your legal counsel for further assistance. Please remember that the CBP officer at the port of entry decides whether to admit non-immigrants into the United States. The facts and circumstances presented at the time you apply to enter are the basis of this decision. SEVP cannot guarantee that CBP will admit or re-admit you into the United States.” U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration & Customs Enforcement