U.S. Student Visas: A Complete Guide to Application Success

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Course Description

Thousands of international students earn degrees from U.S. schools each year. For many prospective students, however, their dreams are dashed after being admitted by a school but then not receiving a student visa.

This course is designed to prevent that from happening. Developed by former U.S university international admissions staff, it provides up-to-date and accurate information about U.S. immigration and visas, plus everything you need to know and do to prepare for your student visa interview. It’s recommended for anyone interested in studying at a U.S. high school, college, or university, or for international students who have already applied to and been accepted by a U.S. school.

Course lessons are organized into three sections:

In the U.S. Immigration Basics section, you will learn about:

  • Important U.S. immigration agencies
  • What a visa is
  • The Student Exchange Visitor Information System, known as SEVIS
  • Passports
  • Important immigration documents: I-20, DS-2019, and I-94
  • Immigration regulation compliance


Lessons in the Understanding Student Visas section focus:

  • Types of U.S. student visas
  • What information is on a student visa?
  • Getting a student visa
  • Using a student visa
  • Renewing a student visa


Finally, the Mastering the Visa Interview section covers important issues related to the actual process of applying and interviewing for a student visa. Lessons include:

  • What to do to prepare for the visa interview
  • What to expect at the interview
  • Interview success tips
  • Interview topics and possible questions
  • What happens after your interview


Sign up for this course now to learn how to improve your odds of receiving a U.S. student visa!

Who this course is for:

  • High school and other college-ready students interested in earning a degree at a U.S. college or university.
  • Parents, family members, teachers, and education counselors who support international students wanting to study in the United States.
  • Anyone who has been admitted to a U.S. school, but not yet received a student visa.

Course content

4 sections • 21 lectures • 1h 47m total length

Instructor

Educator, Entreprenuer, and International Admissions Expert
  • 4.6 Instructor Rating
  • 54 Reviews
  • 3,441 Students
  • 3 Courses

Dr. David (Dave) Engberg is passionate about the power of education to elevate and empower individuals and societies. A lover of travel and different cultures, he has visited all 50 U.S. states, traveled to more than 30 countries, and enjoys meeting and speaking with people from around the world.

Professionally, Dave worked in the international education field for over 20 years, where he directed international program offices at both public (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Montana State University) and private (University of St. Thomas) universities, and held staff positions at the American Council on Education’s international education office, Boston College’s Center for International Higher Education, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Before starting his university service, Dave lived and studied in Germany and lived in Japan, working as an English teacher.

In 2102, Dave left university service to found Global Opportunities Group (GoGroup), a global education services agency. GoGroup consists of two principal divisions: GoStudy provides courses, advising, and editing services for international students seeking admission to U.S. colleges and universities. GoSafe provides technology tools designed to minimize risk related to off-campus travel. In addition to these services, GoGroup, in partnership with a cadre of affiliated experts, assists individuals and organizations with other international education-related initiatives. Recent projects have included: application and admission advising; homestay placement; institutional matchmaking for scholars; risk audits; and bespoke research and reporting.

Dave holds Bachelors degrees in German and Geography, a Masters in Anthropology, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration. In his free time, he teaches English and U.S. citizenship classes and enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with his family.

Expected Outcomes

  1. Learn how to successfully prepare for the student visa interview. Learn about getting, renewing, and replacing student visas. Learn about the different types of U.S. student visas. Learn how the U.S. immigration system works. Requirements There are no prerequisites other than an interest in learning more about the U.S. immigration system and how to get a student visa. Description Thousands of international students earn degrees from U.S. schools each year. For many prospective students, however, their dreams are dashed after being admitted by a school but then not receiving a student visa. This course is designed to prevent that from happening. Developed by former U.S university international admissions staff, it provides up-to-date and accurate information about U.S. immigration and visas, plus everything you need to know and do to prepare for your student visa interview . It’s recommended for anyone interested in studying at a U.S. high school, college, or university, or for international students who have already applied to and been accepted by a U.S. school. Course lessons are organized into three sections: In the U.S. Immigration Basics section, you will learn about: Important U.S. immigration agencies What a visa is The Student Exchange Visitor Information System, known as SEVIS Passports Important immigration documents: I-20, DS-2019, and I-94 Immigration regulation compliance Lessons in the Understanding Student Visas section focus: Types of U.S. student visas What information is on a student visa? Getting a student visa Using a student visa Renewing a student visa Finally, the Mastering the Visa Interview section covers important issues related to the actual process of applying and interviewing for a student visa. Lessons include: What to do to prepare for the visa interview What to expect at the interview Interview success tips Interview topics and possible questions What happens after your interview Sign up for this course now to learn how to improve your odds of receiving a U.S. student visa! Who this course is for: High school and other college-ready students interested in earning a degree at a U.S. college or university. Parents, family members, teachers, and education counselors who support international students wanting to study in the United States. Anyone who has been admitted to a U.S. school, but not yet received a student visa. Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 21 lectures • 1h 47m total length Expand all sections Course Overview 1 lecture • 4min Course Overview Preview 03:41 U.S. Immigration Basics 8 lectures • 49min U.S. Immigration Agencies Preview 04:23 Visas 02:37 Passport 06:11 Student Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) 05:52 I-20 09:26 DS-2019 06:59 I-94 05:24 Immigration Regulation Compliance 08:17 Understanding Student Visas 6 lectures • 31min Types of Student Visas Preview 03:26 F-1 Visa 07:35 J-1 Visa 07:39 M-1 Visa 05:55 Using Student Visas 02:19 Renewing Student Visas 04:10 Mastering the Visa Interview 6 lectures • 23min Preparing for Your Visa Interview 06:18 Visa Interview Process 03:01 Visa Interview Success Tips 02:46 Visa Interview Topics 07:56 Visa Approval and Denial 03:03 U.S. Immigration and Visas Web Links 00:05 Instructor David Engberg Educator, Entreprenuer, and International Admissions Expert 4.6 Instructor Rating 54 Reviews 3,441 Students 3 Courses Dr. David (Dave) Engberg is passionate about the power of education to elevate and empower individuals and societies. A lover of travel and different cultures, he has visited all 50 U.S. states, traveled to more than 30 countries, and enjoys meeting and speaking with people from around the world. Professionally, Dave worked in the international education field for over 20 years, where he directed international program offices at both public ( University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , Montana State University ) and private ( University of St. Thomas ) universities, and held staff positions at the American Council on Education ’s international education office, Boston College ’s Center for International Higher Education, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln . Before starting his university service, Dave lived and studied in Germany and lived in Japan, working as an English teacher. In 2102, Dave left university service to found Global Opportunities Group (GoGroup), a global education services agency. GoGroup consists of two principal divisions: GoStudy provides courses, advising, and editing services for international students seeking admission to U.S. colleges and universities. GoSafe provides technology tools designed to minimize risk related to off-campus travel. In addition to these services, GoGroup, in partnership with a cadre of affiliated experts, assists individuals and organizations with other international education-related initiatives. Recent projects have included: application and admission advising; homestay placement; institutional matchmaking for scholars; risk audits; and bespoke research and reporting. Dave holds Bachelors degrees in German and Geography, a Masters in Anthropology, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration. In his free time, he teaches English and U.S. citizenship classes and enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with his family. 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  2. Learn about getting, renewing, and replacing student visas. Learn about the different types of U.S. student visas. Learn how the U.S. immigration system works. Requirements There are no prerequisites other than an interest in learning more about the U.S. immigration system and how to get a student visa. Description Thousands of international students earn degrees from U.S. schools each year. For many prospective students, however, their dreams are dashed after being admitted by a school but then not receiving a student visa. This course is designed to prevent that from happening. Developed by former U.S university international admissions staff, it provides up-to-date and accurate information about U.S. immigration and visas, plus everything you need to know and do to prepare for your student visa interview . It’s recommended for anyone interested in studying at a U.S. high school, college, or university, or for international students who have already applied to and been accepted by a U.S. school. Course lessons are organized into three sections: In the U.S. Immigration Basics section, you will learn about: Important U.S. immigration agencies What a visa is The Student Exchange Visitor Information System, known as SEVIS Passports Important immigration documents: I-20, DS-2019, and I-94 Immigration regulation compliance Lessons in the Understanding Student Visas section focus: Types of U.S. student visas What information is on a student visa? Getting a student visa Using a student visa Renewing a student visa Finally, the Mastering the Visa Interview section covers important issues related to the actual process of applying and interviewing for a student visa. Lessons include: What to do to prepare for the visa interview What to expect at the interview Interview success tips Interview topics and possible questions What happens after your interview Sign up for this course now to learn how to improve your odds of receiving a U.S. student visa! Who this course is for: High school and other college-ready students interested in earning a degree at a U.S. college or university. Parents, family members, teachers, and education counselors who support international students wanting to study in the United States. Anyone who has been admitted to a U.S. school, but not yet received a student visa. Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 21 lectures • 1h 47m total length Expand all sections Course Overview 1 lecture • 4min Course Overview Preview 03:41 U.S. Immigration Basics 8 lectures • 49min U.S. Immigration Agencies Preview 04:23 Visas 02:37 Passport 06:11 Student Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) 05:52 I-20 09:26 DS-2019 06:59 I-94 05:24 Immigration Regulation Compliance 08:17 Understanding Student Visas 6 lectures • 31min Types of Student Visas Preview 03:26 F-1 Visa 07:35 J-1 Visa 07:39 M-1 Visa 05:55 Using Student Visas 02:19 Renewing Student Visas 04:10 Mastering the Visa Interview 6 lectures • 23min Preparing for Your Visa Interview 06:18 Visa Interview Process 03:01 Visa Interview Success Tips 02:46 Visa Interview Topics 07:56 Visa Approval and Denial 03:03 U.S. Immigration and Visas Web Links 00:05 Instructor David Engberg Educator, Entreprenuer, and International Admissions Expert 4.6 Instructor Rating 54 Reviews 3,441 Students 3 Courses Dr. David (Dave) Engberg is passionate about the power of education to elevate and empower individuals and societies. A lover of travel and different cultures, he has visited all 50 U.S. states, traveled to more than 30 countries, and enjoys meeting and speaking with people from around the world. Professionally, Dave worked in the international education field for over 20 years, where he directed international program offices at both public ( University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , Montana State University ) and private ( University of St. Thomas ) universities, and held staff positions at the American Council on Education ’s international education office, Boston College ’s Center for International Higher Education, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln . Before starting his university service, Dave lived and studied in Germany and lived in Japan, working as an English teacher. In 2102, Dave left university service to found Global Opportunities Group (GoGroup), a global education services agency. GoGroup consists of two principal divisions: GoStudy provides courses, advising, and editing services for international students seeking admission to U.S. colleges and universities. GoSafe provides technology tools designed to minimize risk related to off-campus travel. In addition to these services, GoGroup, in partnership with a cadre of affiliated experts, assists individuals and organizations with other international education-related initiatives. Recent projects have included: application and admission advising; homestay placement; institutional matchmaking for scholars; risk audits; and bespoke research and reporting. Dave holds Bachelors degrees in German and Geography, a Masters in Anthropology, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration. In his free time, he teaches English and U.S. citizenship classes and enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with his family. 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  3. Learn about the different types of U.S. student visas. Learn how the U.S. immigration system works. Requirements There are no prerequisites other than an interest in learning more about the U.S. immigration system and how to get a student visa. Description Thousands of international students earn degrees from U.S. schools each year. For many prospective students, however, their dreams are dashed after being admitted by a school but then not receiving a student visa. This course is designed to prevent that from happening. Developed by former U.S university international admissions staff, it provides up-to-date and accurate information about U.S. immigration and visas, plus everything you need to know and do to prepare for your student visa interview . It’s recommended for anyone interested in studying at a U.S. high school, college, or university, or for international students who have already applied to and been accepted by a U.S. school. Course lessons are organized into three sections: In the U.S. Immigration Basics section, you will learn about: Important U.S. immigration agencies What a visa is The Student Exchange Visitor Information System, known as SEVIS Passports Important immigration documents: I-20, DS-2019, and I-94 Immigration regulation compliance Lessons in the Understanding Student Visas section focus: Types of U.S. student visas What information is on a student visa? Getting a student visa Using a student visa Renewing a student visa Finally, the Mastering the Visa Interview section covers important issues related to the actual process of applying and interviewing for a student visa. Lessons include: What to do to prepare for the visa interview What to expect at the interview Interview success tips Interview topics and possible questions What happens after your interview Sign up for this course now to learn how to improve your odds of receiving a U.S. student visa! Who this course is for: High school and other college-ready students interested in earning a degree at a U.S. college or university. Parents, family members, teachers, and education counselors who support international students wanting to study in the United States. Anyone who has been admitted to a U.S. school, but not yet received a student visa. Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 21 lectures • 1h 47m total length Expand all sections Course Overview 1 lecture • 4min Course Overview Preview 03:41 U.S. Immigration Basics 8 lectures • 49min U.S. Immigration Agencies Preview 04:23 Visas 02:37 Passport 06:11 Student Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) 05:52 I-20 09:26 DS-2019 06:59 I-94 05:24 Immigration Regulation Compliance 08:17 Understanding Student Visas 6 lectures • 31min Types of Student Visas Preview 03:26 F-1 Visa 07:35 J-1 Visa 07:39 M-1 Visa 05:55 Using Student Visas 02:19 Renewing Student Visas 04:10 Mastering the Visa Interview 6 lectures • 23min Preparing for Your Visa Interview 06:18 Visa Interview Process 03:01 Visa Interview Success Tips 02:46 Visa Interview Topics 07:56 Visa Approval and Denial 03:03 U.S. Immigration and Visas Web Links 00:05 Instructor David Engberg Educator, Entreprenuer, and International Admissions Expert 4.6 Instructor Rating 54 Reviews 3,441 Students 3 Courses Dr. David (Dave) Engberg is passionate about the power of education to elevate and empower individuals and societies. A lover of travel and different cultures, he has visited all 50 U.S. states, traveled to more than 30 countries, and enjoys meeting and speaking with people from around the world. Professionally, Dave worked in the international education field for over 20 years, where he directed international program offices at both public ( University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , Montana State University ) and private ( University of St. Thomas ) universities, and held staff positions at the American Council on Education ’s international education office, Boston College ’s Center for International Higher Education, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln . Before starting his university service, Dave lived and studied in Germany and lived in Japan, working as an English teacher. In 2102, Dave left university service to found Global Opportunities Group (GoGroup), a global education services agency. GoGroup consists of two principal divisions: GoStudy provides courses, advising, and editing services for international students seeking admission to U.S. colleges and universities. GoSafe provides technology tools designed to minimize risk related to off-campus travel. In addition to these services, GoGroup, in partnership with a cadre of affiliated experts, assists individuals and organizations with other international education-related initiatives. Recent projects have included: application and admission advising; homestay placement; institutional matchmaking for scholars; risk audits; and bespoke research and reporting. Dave holds Bachelors degrees in German and Geography, a Masters in Anthropology, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration. In his free time, he teaches English and U.S. citizenship classes and enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with his family. 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  4. Learn how the U.S. immigration system works. Requirements There are no prerequisites other than an interest in learning more about the U.S. immigration system and how to get a student visa. Description Thousands of international students earn degrees from U.S. schools each year. For many prospective students, however, their dreams are dashed after being admitted by a school but then not receiving a student visa. This course is designed to prevent that from happening. Developed by former U.S university international admissions staff, it provides up-to-date and accurate information about U.S. immigration and visas, plus everything you need to know and do to prepare for your student visa interview . It’s recommended for anyone interested in studying at a U.S. high school, college, or university, or for international students who have already applied to and been accepted by a U.S. school. Course lessons are organized into three sections: In the U.S. Immigration Basics section, you will learn about: Important U.S. immigration agencies What a visa is The Student Exchange Visitor Information System, known as SEVIS Passports Important immigration documents: I-20, DS-2019, and I-94 Immigration regulation compliance Lessons in the Understanding Student Visas section focus: Types of U.S. student visas What information is on a student visa? Getting a student visa Using a student visa Renewing a student visa Finally, the Mastering the Visa Interview section covers important issues related to the actual process of applying and interviewing for a student visa. Lessons include: What to do to prepare for the visa interview What to expect at the interview Interview success tips Interview topics and possible questions What happens after your interview Sign up for this course now to learn how to improve your odds of receiving a U.S. student visa! Who this course is for: High school and other college-ready students interested in earning a degree at a U.S. college or university. Parents, family members, teachers, and education counselors who support international students wanting to study in the United States. Anyone who has been admitted to a U.S. school, but not yet received a student visa. Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 21 lectures • 1h 47m total length Expand all sections Course Overview 1 lecture • 4min Course Overview Preview 03:41 U.S. Immigration Basics 8 lectures • 49min U.S. Immigration Agencies Preview 04:23 Visas 02:37 Passport 06:11 Student Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) 05:52 I-20 09:26 DS-2019 06:59 I-94 05:24 Immigration Regulation Compliance 08:17 Understanding Student Visas 6 lectures • 31min Types of Student Visas Preview 03:26 F-1 Visa 07:35 J-1 Visa 07:39 M-1 Visa 05:55 Using Student Visas 02:19 Renewing Student Visas 04:10 Mastering the Visa Interview 6 lectures • 23min Preparing for Your Visa Interview 06:18 Visa Interview Process 03:01 Visa Interview Success Tips 02:46 Visa Interview Topics 07:56 Visa Approval and Denial 03:03 U.S. Immigration and Visas Web Links 00:05 Instructor David Engberg Educator, Entreprenuer, and International Admissions Expert 4.6 Instructor Rating 54 Reviews 3,441 Students 3 Courses Dr. David (Dave) Engberg is passionate about the power of education to elevate and empower individuals and societies. A lover of travel and different cultures, he has visited all 50 U.S. states, traveled to more than 30 countries, and enjoys meeting and speaking with people from around the world. Professionally, Dave worked in the international education field for over 20 years, where he directed international program offices at both public ( University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , Montana State University ) and private ( University of St. Thomas ) universities, and held staff positions at the American Council on Education ’s international education office, Boston College ’s Center for International Higher Education, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln . Before starting his university service, Dave lived and studied in Germany and lived in Japan, working as an English teacher. In 2102, Dave left university service to found Global Opportunities Group (GoGroup), a global education services agency. GoGroup consists of two principal divisions: GoStudy provides courses, advising, and editing services for international students seeking admission to U.S. colleges and universities. GoSafe provides technology tools designed to minimize risk related to off-campus travel. In addition to these services, GoGroup, in partnership with a cadre of affiliated experts, assists individuals and organizations with other international education-related initiatives. Recent projects have included: application and admission advising; homestay placement; institutional matchmaking for scholars; risk audits; and bespoke research and reporting. Dave holds Bachelors degrees in German and Geography, a Masters in Anthropology, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration. In his free time, he teaches English and U.S. citizenship classes and enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with his family. 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