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USA FAQ's

 

Q. I have a three-year Bachelor's degree, am I eligible to apply for studies in America?

. The United States offers a four-year program at the undergraduate level. At this stage you can either opt to pursue a Master's degree or transfer into the Bachelor's degree. To be eligible for the Master's degree you must complete the Master's degree - part 1. A few majors might require you to complete both Part 1 and 2 of the Master's course to be eligible to apply for a Master's degree. Another option that you might consider is to apply as a transfer student into the undergraduate program

Q.How long will it take me to complete a degree?

A Bachelor's degree in America is a four-year degree. A Masters degree ranges from one and a half to two-years. The Ph.D. program generally varies from a period of 3 to 8 years.

Q.What is the F1 visa?

The F 1 Visa is a student visa. The F 1 visa is issued for the explicit purpose of studying for a degree program in the United States. This is a non-immigrant visa and is temporary in nature.

Q. What is the F2 visa?

The F2 visa is a status given to the dependents of a student. If you are married, your wife and children become your dependents and are eligible to apply for the F2 visa. Your parents are not your dependents and cannot apply for an F2 visa.

Q. Do I need to carry original documents?

Yes, you must carry all original documents. Photocopies are not acceptable. The visa officer will not keep or make any copy of the documents that you show him and these will be returned to you as soon as they have been read through

Q. Which state is cheaper for living?

States in the Midwest regions of America are comparatively cheaper to live in than Northeast of the West coast.

 

 

 

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