Once you have received an offer from the University and have decided on how to fund your studies abroad, you can apply for student visa. Getting visa is one of the most critical steps and you will definitely want it before your program commences. If you represent yourself in a befitting manner, then the chances of rejection of Visa are very slim. Our education counsellors are experts in student visa and they provide you professional assistance through this complex process of visa documentation, application and interview. To get you started, we have outlined few basics of Student Visa process.

What is Visa?

VISA is an approval that grants you the permission to travel to other countries and also defines your status in that country. There are 2 main kinds of Visas – Immigrant Visa and Non-Immigrant Visa.

If you are planning to migrate or settle down permanently in a particular country of which you are not currently a citizen, you require the Immigrant Visa. The Non-Immigrant Visa is a temporary Visa, which does not permit you to become a citizen of that country, but you can visit that country for a specified time. A student is required to apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa.

Student Visas

Student Visas are issued for the period it takes to complete your course of study, program or work assignment.

Visa Requirements

Admission to a recognized University
Provision of fees
Financial capacity to meet lodging and boarding expenses

Visa Requirements for Major Countries

USA

USA

A student visa is must if you want to study in United States. Your program and type of school you plan to

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Ireland

Ireland

After you have received an unconditional letter of acceptance from a College or University, you can..

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UK

UK

The most common visa for international students visiting UK is Tier 4 (General) Student Visa…..

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Australia

Australia

Educational testimonials (mark sheets and certificates). All copies should be notary attested.

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Canada

Canada

After you have received an unconditional letter of acceptance from a Canadian College….

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New Zealand

New Zealand

The study visa application form is available at the New Zealand High Commission website….

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