If you are planning to pursue education in the US, then it would be good if you follow the advice of expert. There are some points that you should always remember and follow.
Despite you are having I-20 and a valid visa, the immigration authorities’ wants to know about your finances that you are going to pay for your tuition fees and also for the living expenses. Students are not permitted to work, so be careful while answering the questions.
Proper information on course semesters and credits
The US universities provides semester and credit based education. Students should know relevant information and complete details on semesters and credits about the course they had enrolled for.
The I-20 granted by the university and visa should be supported by other documents like the college offer letter, receipts of fees, fee details, complete information of loan from the bank. Usually banks separate the tuition fee from the cost of living in the amount of loan.
Excellent Command over English Language
Students must have good command over English Language; this will also helps them in understanding and replying the queries from the immigration officials. It will also boost your self confidence.
Research about Universities
Students are advised to do complete research on the universities they want to enroll in. Students should also know about the complete curriculum and they should also know complete information on the courses they want to enroll for.
Estimate your personal and professional network
The D-160 form that the students usually submit for the visa has some personal details of the applicants like email id etc. There is a possibility that their social media accounts being investigated.
Be cautious about your social media posts and chats
The students should be cautious about their social media posts and chats, as these might put a negative impact on the chances of getting the visa.
If a student is fully prepared with all the important documents and relevant information, then they would be able to satisfy the authorities of immigration and then they could move ahead towards their subsequent stage of their academic challenge.