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Visa Assistance

With easy access to the World Wide Web (Internet), increased international travel and heightened global awareness, there is a lot of exposure towards global education. However, the information overload and opportunity explosion is such that it more often leads to confusion than clarity and often students end-up with Visa rejections, inspite of having the admission acceptance from top universities.

This is where Prof. Narsee’s specialized visa expertise comes in handy. With his careful planning, preparation and proper Visa guidance, the process becomes easier, with successful result. He removes confusion and guides his clients towards the right direction.

If you choose to study Abroad you will be required to obtain the appropriate visa or permit to allow you to study as an international student. You should be aware that taking the necessary steps to acquire your study visa is not as easy as you may think. Admission into Universities is one half of the process. The other and the more important half is obtaining a visa. The application process for a study abroad visa can be confusing because it’s different for different countries. There is no single application for a Student Visa as the requirements differ from country to country.
Students cannot begin applying for a visa until they have received their acceptance pack from the host university, which will contain their visa documents. Please remember that your acceptance in an institution does not guarantee that you will be issued a student visa. Procedures and requirements for applying to a student visa vary from country to country, and inevitably they are more complex and demanding in some countries than
others. The visas issued for students are then classified into three categories:

F1 Visa – issued for the students applied to study in USA or to conduct research at an accredited US university.

M1 Visa – issued for the students applied for Non-academic or Vocational Studies in USA or for training at a non-academic institution.

J1 Visa – issued for the students applied for academic studies as an exchange visitor through a designated sponsoring organization that includes
educational and cultural exchange programs.

Visa officers who conduct the interview consider several factors before you could be considered for grant of a visa.

1. Is the applicant genuine? – This can be proven by applying for an appropriate program that is compatible with your academic background and future plans.
2. Is the applicant eligible? – Many students apply and get admission in programs that are not suitable to their academic profile. Without proper ligibility makes one suspicious.

3. Does the applicant have sufficient funding? – By providing necessary resources and evidence, you can substantiate your case.

4. Does the applicant have future plans? – If you do not have proper future plans, it is difficult to convince the visa officer about your reasons to study in the US.

5. Finally, Will the applicant come back? – By providing strong evidence of your ties to your homeland, you could address this worry of the visa officer.

At Prof. Narsee’s, we review your profile, financial capabilities, future aspirations and interests, and offer you our specialized Visa guidance services, which are unique, because at Prof. Narsee’s, we help you in entire Visa process like, filling up visa applications, guidance for preparation of financial statements, training for mock interviews and much more.

We are regularly advised by the consulates about the latest Visa documentation and rules and have a success rate of over 99%.

An applicant who utilizes the services of Prof. Narsee not only achieves his/ her desire to move abroad but also acquires extensive information, which
allows our students to integrate smoothly at the new destination.
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