Students have long-traveled to the United States to pursue some of the best education the world can offer.
F-1 Visa status is allowed to persons having a residence in a foreign country which they have no intention of abandoning who is a bona fide student qualified to pursue a full course of study abroad in this country. These persons are allowed to enter the United States temporarily and solely for the purpose of pursuing such a course of study at an established college, university, seminary, conservatory, academic high school, elementary school, or other academic institution, or in a language training program in the United States.
F-2 Visa status is likewise allowed for the spouse and minor children of an F-1 Visa entrant if accompanying or following to join the student.
Our neighbors to the North and to the South can obtain their own student visas with a bit of flexibility.
F-3 Visas are allowed to nationals of Canada or Mexico, who maintain actual residence and a place of abode in the country of nationality, and who are generally “students” entitled to F-1 visas, except that the aliens’ qualifications for an actual course of study may be full or part-time. These persons must be commuting to the United States institution or place of study from Canada or Mexico.
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