Visa Resource links for US and Canada
HTIR Work-Study recommends applicants do the following:
- Study the visa interview guidelines as published on the U.S. Embassy website.
- Read about documentation required for the visa interview
- Review SEVIS requirements for obtaining and maintaining visa status
- Contact us for any questions you may have regarding the visa interview process.
Government Visa Links
U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Service (INS) — The official site for the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). We recommend this site for government information regarding visas and employment options for international students. Go to the INS site
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement — This is the official site for the student and visitor exchange programs, SEVP. Students wanting to study in the US will need to pay a SEVIS fee. Visit this site for more information regarding SEVIS and how to make your SEVIS payment. Go to official SEVIS site …
U.S. Department of State — This site provides information about U.S. Embassies and U.S. visas. We recommend if you are interested in obtaining a US student visa, you keep up to date regarding issues at your local US embassy. Go to U.S. State Department site …
U.S. Department of Homeland Security — This is the official site for homeland security. Go to Homeland Security site …
Bureau of Consular Affairs — This site provides information about visa updates, passport information, and U.S. Embassy information. Go to BCA site …
Government of Canada: This is the official government site with details on how to get Canadian study and work permits
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