Yes, but you would have to provide Immigration with proof that they are marrying because of love and not so that the student can stay in the US.
Yes, there are many cheap and good universities in the US for F1 student visa holders.
He or She has to go back home or apply for a permit to stay in US. But he won't have any promises or rights to see or stay with the baby. Only way is he or she should better get married to that citizen.
No, you need to apply Canada visitor visa~
Marriage to a US citizen does not confer automatic permanent residency and/or US citizenship rights to a foreign national.An F1 Visa is a student visa and remains valid as long as the holder is considered eligible under the Student Visa requirements even if said visa has reached the expiration date.If the person does not qualify as a "student" under immigration law, he or she is "out of status" and unlawfully present in the US, even if he or she is legally married to a US citizen.The best option is to consult with someone who is versant in immigration law, before contacting USCIS.In this situation, don't go home because you just complicate things for everyone including your spouse, just file your change of status forms, this process costs upwards of $1,000 for all the forms. You will be called for an interveiw and as long as your marriage is legit, you should receive a temporary green card which will allow you to live and work for 2 years until your next interveiw for your green card. This is easier and faster for both you and USCIS. Get a good lawyer, its easier and smart, you will spend more but that's what u have to do.Answer:then you doont have to worry, cause u are already married to a girl so you've become citizen. F1 visa is not going to affect you anymore. but if you are not married yet, you are in big trouble sunce you marry to a citizen.
Officially it says 3% of population is Muslim i.e US Citizen. If you include Immigrants (greencards) plus non-immigrants (F1 student visa, h1/L1 work visa) who applied for citizenship. Then it will be 5 to 7% of US population is Muslim.
f1 visa allows anyone to live in the united states or outside the USA. A student visa is only allowed for a student. Example- F1 visa-A grown adult from Italy can live in the USA Example-Student visa- any student in the world can live in the USA as long as you have one or the other visa
If you are not a permanent resident or citizen of the US, you would have to apply for a students visa (F1) to attend school in the US.
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I don't think so...better to consult a consultant like the Goldman Associates
In general you will need to have $20,000 or more in the bank in order to get the F1 student Visa. You can get a loan in your home country if you do not have the money.
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Yes, but only good for one year on J1 or F1 visa status. The student can then transfer to a private high school. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, they could think the marriage is just to stay in the country.
You can rent an F1 car from The Jordan Company in the UK. You may have to cover the cost of shipping it to the US.
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Yes, a student with a F1 can get a driver's license. According to the Department of Homeland Security, international students in America can get a U.S. driverâ??s license and a social security number, when you follow the instructions per the state you attend school in.
If a full-time foreign student is studying within the United States legally, that student must be on an F1 visa. In order to get the F1 visa the individual must complete a foreign student packet. Within the packet there is a sponsorship document that must be signed by a sponsor or prospective student indicating the source and ability to pay tuition, fees, and living expenses. Therefore the student must have the financial means of support before arriving in the United States. Once the student is within their course work, there are at times grants, scholarships, and work study possibilities.
Well you should take your baby to your own country and raise it there because if they didn't give you a green card they oviously dont want you here. :)
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An F1 Visa allows international students to study at universities and colleges in the United States. Once a student is in the country studying, they are allowed to work after 9 months.
I am not sure I understand the question. An immigrant is a person who leaves one country to permanently reside in another. If it is a legal move, than most likely the individual is a permanent resident and therefore treated as an American citizen basically having the same rights and privileges. So, just apply to a college or university like anyone else.Now if you are referring to the status of a Foreign Student (F1 Visa), then contact a college or university or your choice and ask to speak with the Foreign Student Adviser. He/she will direct you appropriately so that you can secure the form I-20 which you need to submit to the US Immigration and Naturalization Service (if you are already within the US on another Visa type), or to the American Embassy located in the country you now reside in.
To study in the US you will need the F-1 student visa or M-1 as in the case of a vocational student. As long as it takes the student to finish his or her course of study the F1 visa is valid. An F1 visa also allows students to work on campus and in some situations even off campus. After the completion of their academic program, in addition, F1 visa students are eligible to apply for employment-authorized practical training. This training is usually limited to twelve months but may be extended to as much as 29 months for students who are pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics. F1 visa students are able to transfer schools and change their focus of study while pursuing a degree in the U.S. Once they have completed their course of study or practical training (if applicable), they have sixty days in which to depart the U.S.
Most American schools require tuition.
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