Votre Bistrot aux USA + le Visa E2 $120 000 Tout Compris
What Does Our Fees Cover?
> Unlimited inquiries regarding your petition,
> Detailed discussion regarding the candidates of references,
> Drafting 4-6 reference letters and unlimited revisions,
> Drafting various testimonial letters such as letters from Associate editors or frist author contribution letters ,
> Drafting a petition letter,
> Preparing the petition package and filing with the USCIS and
> Responding to the RFE (Request for Evidence) or NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) if applicable.
> We provide the most comprehensive service for NIW (National Interest Waiver) and EB-1 petitions, including drafting recommendation letters (from the scratch), drafting the petition letter and responding to RFE (without extra charge).
> Demandes Illimitées d'information concernant votre pétition,
> Discussion détaillée concernant les références des candidats,
> Rédaction de 4-6 lettres de réference avec des révisions illimitées,
> Rédaction de diverses lettres de témoignages tels que lettres d'associé, de recommandation ou lettres témoignant que vous êtes l'auteur originel d'une création ou d'une réussite,
> Rédaction de la lettre accompagnant votre pétition,
> Préparation du dossier complet de pétition et dépôt auprès de l' USCIS,
> Réponse aux RFE (Request for Evidence) (Demandes de preuves) ou NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) (Intention de refus) si le cas se présente.
> Nous fournissons le service le plus complet pour NIW (dispense d'intérêt National) ainsi que pour les pétitions EB-1, EB-2, EB-3 y compris la rédaction des lettres de recommandation (à partir de zéro), rédaction de la lettre de pétition et de réponse aux RFE (sans supplément).
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY GOVERNMENT AGENCY. WE ARE PRIVATELY OWNED AGENCY PROVIDING EASY ONLINE IMMIGRATION PROCEDURES. OUR FEE DOES NOT INCLUDE GOVERNMENT FILING FEES. BLANK FORMS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE ON THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE WEBSITE WITOUT OUR ASSISTANCE. WE ARE SURE GOVERNMENT WEBSITE TRIES HARD TO MAKE THE PROCESS EASIER FOR YOU, WE JUST WANT TO DO IT BETTER. THE CHOICE IS YOURS.
USA student visa process step by step
Be accepted onto an educational program: Your chosen institution’s international student office will send you an I-20 form. This form needs to be kept safe, as you’ll need it for your visa interview.
Register for SEVIS and pay the fee ($350): This means the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System need to have your fee before the DS-160 is completed.
Complete and pay for an online non-immigrant visa application (DS-160 - $160): You’ll also need to upload a photo of yourself that meets specific requirements, and provide any other requested documents.
Schedule an appointment for a visa interview: This needs to be done at the U.S Embassy or Consulate in the country where you live. At this interview you will be questioned on things such as previous test scores and your finances.
Receive a decision: At your interview you should receive a decision on your application.
US visas for dependents (F2)
If you have any family or children that will need to accompany you during your study time in the US, they will have to apply and be approved for an F2 visa.
Contact your chosen university before they issue your I-20, and inform them of any children under 21 or a spouse that will be joining you in the US. You will then be sent their I-20 forms along with your own I-20.
Your university may need proof that you can support yourself as well as any dependents before sending you the paperwork.
US student visa requirements
Before you apply you’ll need to gather the necessary documents. Some of these are specific immigration forms, and others may be copies of financial documents such as bank statements.
Here’s a list of all the documents you may need for your F1 application:
Certificate of Eligibility for non-immigrant student (I-20)
Receipt from your SEVIS fee
Receipt from the online visa form (DS-160) for a non-immigrant student
Passport with a validity date at least six months beyond your intended period of stay in the United States
Any old passports you may have
Documents that prove your financial situation or any financial support you will have during your studies
Two recent color photos of yourself, one physical, one digital. These must also meet US immigration's image requirements
Transcripts, test scores, qualifications, or certificates from schools you have attended
The documents will also need to be taken to your visa interview.
What to expect at your F1 visa interview
The F1 visa interview is in English, and happens in front of a visa officer at a US embassy or consulate. The interview is usually straightforward and quick, and may only last around five minutes. The F1 visa interview questions you are asked during the interview vary but often concern your chosen program, academic achievements, finances, post-graduation plans, and choice of university.
It is important that you can show you have no plans to remain in the US when your program finishes. It is often necessary that you always have the funds available to buy a plane ticket home for the end of your program.
What to do if you are declined for an F1 visa
If you are declined for an F1 visa you are usually able to apply again, but you will need to start the process from the beginning. You won’t need to pay the SEVIS fee again, but any application fees will need to be paid a second time.
You’ll be told the reason that you were denied, and if you can amend any issues, you may have a better chance next time around.