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I am a BTech (CSE) graduate from India (Gujarat). How do I apply for an MS program in the USA?
Start your preparation by at least 18 months earlier to your intended semester. You can follow these steps:Take a sample GRE test (Most preferably power prep I). If you score a total of 300 for example, then you can guess your final score to be in between 315-320.Then analyze your profile (take a note of all research papers you published, going to publish and project work).Go through the similar profiles in Stupidsid.com or Edulix and short some universities (around 4 univs).Then start preparing for GRE and make sure you reach your target of 315. After the exam is done, select the 4 universities you shortlisted for Educational Testing Service (ETS) to report your scores to (by this way of selecting universities beforehand, you can save $100 here).Apply for TOEFL or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and prepare to get the minimum score required by your department in the universities selected. (with TOEFL of IELTS – British Council you can save $72 by selecting universities beforehand)After you are done with these exams, start preparing your SOP. At the same time, reach out to your professors asking for recommendation letters. Help them prepare recommendation letters on your behalf. Also get the required no.of sets of transcripts from your university.Once you are okay with SOP and required LORs, open the university website and fill out the online application. After completing this application, you'll be required to upload scanned copies of mark sheets.Complete the online application, pay the application fee, wait for university to send a mail with student id and finally courier the transcripts to those universities (Make sure you mention your student id on top of the cover).Wait for university to mail its decision.If accepted, they'll ask you to send bank statement showing liquid assets amounting to 1 year of expenses you are going to spend in that university along with affidavit of support (link to this affidavit will be sent to you in the acceptance mail) and also they'll ask you to get some vaccinations done.After approving your bank statement, they'll send you the I20.On receiving I20, pay your SEVIS fee and apply for F-1 Student Visas (US).Once your visa is approved, you are free to go.I guess, I have covered all the steps here. If needed further clarifications, you are free to pm me.All the Best.Edit1: sorry guys your have to start your preparation before 18 months, not 1 year.
What are some tips for applying for a US tourist visa?
Hi, you can always double these tips..but at least u have an idea where to startYou need to get an invitation letter for visitor visa or tourist visa to USA. This letter should be provided by the sponsor of the US visa to the visa applicant.Sponsor should provide this letter to invite parents, relatives or any guest to USA. Parents applying for tourist visa to visit their child in USA can carry this this letter when go for visa interview.This letter can be helpful as a supporting documents during the visa interview preparVisitor visa for parents or relatives.If you are the sponsoring visitor visa for your parents or this trip is sponsored by any of your relatives, friends, certain documents are required from you.Affidavit of support form for US visa. Form I-134, ( US visa sponsor form) . [Download the latest Affidavit of Support Form I-134]How to fill form I-134? - See instructions and guidelines to fill Form I-134: How to fill Affidavit of Support Form I-134 - See a sample filled Affidavit of Support Form I-134.Letter of Invitation addressed to visa applicants : for US visa(See a sample letter of invitation for visitor visa).Letter to US Consulate requesting that visa be granted to the person you are sponsoring. (See a sample letter to US consulate for visitor visa).Financial documents ( To demonstrate your financial ability as a sponsor)Bank statements : Latest two bank statements.Bank account verification letter to prove your bank account and bank balance (See a sample bank account verification letter for visitor visa).1 or 2 recent pay stub copies.Copy of a few recent income tax returns Or last few W2 forms.( If available).If you are self employed or business owner, copy of your personal tax return.Sponsor's residency status in USACopy of passport..Letter of employment (if the sponsor is an employee in USA). See a sample letter : Employment verification letter).If you are a Visa holder Copies of your - Visa (H1/L1), H1 Approval Form (I-797), and I-94. (If visa has expired but has a renewed petition, a photocopy of the renewed petition.)If Green Card Holder: Copy of Green Card front and back.If USA citizen: Copy of certificate of citizenship.THEN YOU PREPARE”Prepare for most commonly asked questions.Reach the consulate a little early.Ask for a interpreter if you are not conversant or confident in English.Document PreparationFill all the forms/applications neatly and completely.Know what you have filled in the form, esp if you have taken guidance from others.Answer the questions in the form truthfully.If getting copies of documents, ensure that the copies are readable.Verify that the names, date of birth, etc, are matching with the information in your passport.Organize your documents in proper logical order. A well organized and orderly set of documents will make it easier for you to find the right documents quickly during the interview, so you will not get nervous.Physical PreparationImage is often as important as content. What you look like and how you say something are just as important as what you say. So dress up nicely and smile.Attitude PreparationProvide to-the-point, clear, and concise answers. Do not provide any information that is not relevant or is not asked. (In many cases, this is where people make a mistake by giving unnecessary details that were not asked for).Do not argue.Do not ask unnecessary questions.Be polite.During the InterviewGreet the interviewer when you see him or her the first time.Communicate clearly. Do not hesitate to politely ask to repeat or rephrase the question if you don't understand the question.GoodLuck!!
What do I need to do a master's in the US?
Standard Check ListGRE: You can report, soon after the test on the same dayTOEFL: You can report before 2 days of the testSOP: Start as you are writing your own story, don't refer any samplesLOR-3 for each university, from three different faculty PassportCV/Resume10th Transcripts (attested & sealed cover) 12th Transcripts (attested & sealed cover)Bachelors (All semester mark sheets, PC, CMM, OD)Bank Balance Certificate (Original should signed by Branch Manager) for each uni one CertificateAffidavit of Support : Dad or mom stating that sponsoring for your higher education in USA. Note: Above all sticking with current plan, execute without any deviation. Note: Above all sticking with current plan, execute without any deviation. You can get more information at http://fly.confluenceedu.com/
What mandatory documents are required for a sponsor for a US B-1, B-2 visa?
If you are sponsor, inviting parents or relatives to the US, certain documents are required of you -1. Affidavit of support formForm I-134, ( US visa sponsor form) . [Download the latest Affidavit of Support Form I-134]Note: How to fill form I-134?See instructions and guidelines to fill Form I-134: How to fill Affidavit of Support Form I-134See a sample filled Affidavit of Support Form I-134.2. Letter of InvitationLetter of Invitation addressed to visa applicants : for US visa(See a sample letter of invitation for visitor visa).3. Letter to US ConsulateLetter to US Consulate requesting that visa be granted to the person you are sponsoring. (See a sample letter to US consulate for visitor visa).4. Financial documents ( To demonstrate your financial ability as a sponsor)Bank statements : Latest two bank statements.Bank account verification letter to prove your bank account and bank balance (See a sample bank account verification letter for visitor visa).1 or 2 recent pay stub copies.Copy of a few recent income tax returns Or last few W2 forms.( If available).If you are self employed or business owner, copy of your personal tax return.5. Sponsor's residency status in USACopy of passport..Letter of employment (if the sponsor is an employee in USA). (See a sample letter : Employment verification letter).If you are a Visa holder Copies of your - Visa (H1/L1), H1 Approval Form (I-797), and I-94. (If visa has expired but has a renewed petition, a photocopy of the renewed petition.)If Green Card Holder: Copy of Green Card front and back.If US citizen: Copy of certificate of citizenship.6. For parents visiting their children in USA, the sponsoring child must also provide the following documents.Birth certificate of the sponsoring child. If birth certificate is not readliy available an affidavit may be helpful. See a Sample: Affidavit for Birth CertificateCopy of passport of the sponsoring child. Note:If you are sponsoring your in-laws, birth certificate and passport(all pages) copies are required for the child of the visa applicant, i.e. your spouse).FAQ for the Sponsor:1. As a sponsor, do I need to send documents directly to VFS or US Consulate? Or the applicant will carry the document to the consulate at the time of interview?As a sponsor you should send the documents to the applicant, and let applicant carry those to the consulate for the interview.2. Do I need to send separate I-134 form for each visitor?If persons applying for Visitor Visa are husband wife and their children you don't need to send separate forms.One from is sufficient and the same form will have space to provide their details. For example: if you are inviting your parents(Father and Mother) or your in laws (Father-in-laws and Mother-in- laws) just one form, is sufficient.3. How much minimum savings(Balance) should be good to show in my(sponsor) Bank Account?There is no official limit or set rules for a minimum balance requirement for your bank account. Any amount that can justify the overall cost involved to support the trip and your financial ability to take care of the expenses related to trip will do. People's experiences say that any amount over $5K to 10K$ should be good, More is good. Provide proof of funds for as much as possible.
How do I start the process to get a US tourist Visa?
Visa TypeTouristDocumentations RequiredPassportPassport should be valid for at least six months from the date of departure from the US and should have at least two blank pages. If the applicant is holding any old passports, enclose the same with the application. Handwritten passports, passports with observations mentioned and passports valid for more than 10 years are not accepted.Passport PhotocopyPhotocopies of first and last pages of current passport.Visa Application FormForm DS-160 should be filled and submitted online at https://ceac.state.gov/genniv.Two Recent PhotographsApplicable only if the applicant qualifies for Interview Waiver Program. Photograph Specifications: 2in x 2in, clicked within the last three months, 80% face, clicked against a plain white background with matt finish.Copy of Last Three Years Form 16 or Personal Income Tax ReturnsPersonal Bank Statement For Last Six MonthsWith bank's sign & seal showing sufficient balance and cash flowIf the applicant is employedCompany Appointment LetterSalary slips for the last three monthsLeave Sanction Letter and No Objection Certificate from employer mentioning the dates of leave sanctioned on company letterhead along with the name, designation, and signature of the authorized signatoryIf the applicant is self-employedBusiness registration papers: Certificate of Incorporation/Partnership Deed/Proprietorship ProofBusiness Income Tax returns for last 3 yearsIf the applicant is a studentBonafide Certificate from educational institutionLeave Letter from the student's educational institutionStudent Identity Card CopyIf the applicant is retiredRetirement ProofPension slip for the last three monthsBiometrics AppointmentAll applicants are required to visit the visa application centre for registering their biometrics and photographs: http://www.ustraveldocs.com/in/i...Consular Interview AppointmentAll applicants are required to attend a consular interview at nearest Embassy or Consulate: http://www.ustraveldocs.com/in/in-loc-post.aspSpecial Requirements:All documents should be in English Language. If a document is in any other language, an official translation of the same should be submitted.Visa Fees10880 (160 Dollar)Application Centre Fees0Thank youThanks & Regards,Pravin WadekarCOUNTRY
What are the US rules if I have no bank balance, can an American citizen (who is a magistrate) sponsor me for a tourist visa? If he/she can, what is the procedure?
Affidavit of SupportThere are quite a number of documents required. Basically your sponsor needs to assure that they will assume responsibility for you while you are in the US and produce documents to verify that they have the resources and are stable enough to assume the responsibility.If you are sponsor, inviting parents or relatives to the US, certain documents are required of you -1. Affidavit of support formForm I-134, ( US visa sponsor form) . [Download the latest Affidavit of Support Form I-134]Note: How to fill form I-134?See instructions and guidelines to fill Form I-134: How to fill Affidavit of Support Form I-134See a sample filled Affidavit of Support Form I-134.2. Letter of InvitationLetter of Invitation addressed to visa applicants : for US visa(See a sample letter of invitation for visitor visa).3. Letter to US ConsulateLetter to US Consulate requesting that visa be granted to the person you are sponsoring. (See a sample letter to US consulate for visitor visa).4. Financial documents ( To demonstrate your financial ability as a sponsor)Bank statements : Latest two bank statements.Bank account verification letter to prove your bank account and bank balance (See a sample bank account verification letter for visitor visa).1 or 2 recent pay stub copies.Copy of a few recent income tax returns Or last few W2 forms.( If available).If you are self employed or business owner, copy of your personal tax return.5. Sponsor's residency status in USACopy of passport..Letter of employment (if the sponsor is an employee in USA). (See a sample letter : Employment verification letter).If you are a Visa holder Copies of your - Visa (H1/L1), H1 Approval Form (I-797), and I-94. (If visa has expired but has a renewed petition, a photocopy of the renewed petition.)If Green Card Holder: Copy of Green Card front and back.If US citizen: Copy of certificate of citizenship.There may be additional information needed depending on your relationship to your sponsor. There are a number of websites that can help with forms etc. The forms come to you and you will provide them to the embassy or consulate when you file for the I 134. I would suggest that you search and read to find the forms needed and instructions on how and when to file. Give yourself agood deal of lead time because some if not all of the information provided by your sponsor will need to be verified.
What is the process to get a student visa for USA?
If you’re looking to come to the United States as a student, you should understand that you must be able to prove that you’ll be able to support yourself throughout your entire stay. There is a restriction on work for F-1 visa holders. There are a few exceptions (such as certain on-campus jobs and very limited work off campus) for work. USCIS refers to this as self-supporting.Now that I’ve mentioned that, let’s move on to the actual steps.- You must first be accepted at an SEVP approved school. SEVP stands for Student and Exchange Visitor Program. You can learn more about it by visiting this site. Again, as you are considering schools, make sure it is SEVP approved or you will not receive an F-1 visa.- After you’re accepted, you must pay the SEVIS I-901 service fee. For F visa applicants, the fee is $200 according to the official government website. This fee is separate from your visa fees and any SEVIS administration fees. After this is done, you’ll receive Form I-20 from your school. You will need to present this form during your F-1 visa interview. If you’re going to bring your spouse or children, they also need I-20s, but they do not need to be listed in SEVIS.- At this step, you’ll complete your visa application. You will pay a non-refundable application fee. There is an online version available. Make sure that you complete and print Form DS-160 to take to your interview.- Now you need to schedule your interview with the U.S. embassy or consulate. Apply for it as soon as you can. An F-1 visa can be issued up to 120 days in advance of the day you start school. You can enter the U.S. with an F-1 up to 30 days before your first day of school. Make sure that you bring all of the proper documents to your interview: a valid passport, Form DS-160, the receipt for your application fee, a passport photo, and your Form I-20. You should also bring your academic transcripts, diplomas, degrees, test scores (such as SAT or GMAT), proof of your ability to support yourself, and proof that you plan to leave the U.S. when your studies are complete.- Go to your interview. You may be required to undergo fingerprinting as well and you may need to pay a visa issuance fee. You will be told when you will receive your visa and your passport back.As you can see, getting your F-1 visa can take a lot of work. If you’d like to get help from an immigration attorney, consider LawTrades. LawTrades is a legal marketplace and you can get the advice and help that you need to get your F-1 visa processed.
Can police find me based on my fingerprints if I never registered them?
If you have never been booked for a crime, your finger prints will not be on file. One does not register their finger prints. But, many jurisdictions use a thumb print with driver’s license applications so a thumb print may be on file.If you finger prints are connected to a crime, they will be stored in a finger print database. It depends on the jurisdiction whether those prints will be added to a larger database.If you are finger printed at a later date, they may submit your prints to that database for comparison. If they find your finger prints associated with the earlier crime, they may try to charge or at least investigate you.SO, the question is: Do I want to commit a crime that will cause my finger prints to be entered into AFIS or a local database?If you have already committed the crime, finger prints are not the only way they can link the crime to you. Any co-criminals can rat you out for prosecutorial favors.
Is Israel a bad country?
If you have bought into the propaganda, you too will think Israel is a wonderful country. You will read and hear comments that Israel is a democracy, it’s wealthy and technologically advanced. It’s a great holiday destination, it has beautiful people and great food. And it's in the Eurovision song contest. Israel is under threat of terrorism each and every day. The Arabs want to kill all the jews, so they must defend their land.How did the Israelis get hold of the land? Why do Jews claim that the land is theirs to take by force? Whatever you choose to believe, what you cannot dispute is the absolute cruelty Israel inflicts on the Palestinians. One year on the BBC has aired yesterday evening ‘One day in Gaza’. On the 14th of May, 2018 Israeli soldiers shot dead Wesal Sheikh Khalil, a 14-year-old girl. Along with 110 others and thousands more injured by live sniper gunfire. One Day in GazaBelow is a screenshot of Wesal standing talking to her friend. Wesal is the one facing away from the camera.Moments later Wasel was on the ground with a single gunshot to her head, dead.In the documentary the Israeli military claim that it was a stray bullet. It is hard to imagine how the bullet lost its way and killed Wesal. There was no one else standing close to Wesal and her friend. Wesal was 14, she was protesting, she might have even had wire cutters on her to breach the wire fence.How does Israel justify killing a 14-year-old girl? It does so with the usual stock answer. We are defending our homes and citizens. From a14-year-old girl? What about the rest of the children Israel kills?But children in Gaza being shot is not unusual. The United Nations Children’s Fund, Unicef, says more than 1,000 have been wounded since protests began, some resulting in amputations. Save the Children says its own study found 250 children have been shot with live ammunition. Source The Guardian.What possible justification can Israel provide for this level of criminal actions against children?Islamophobia has given Israel carte blanche to use the word terrorism to dull the senses. Wesal was killed by Donal Trump. It was this single cell organism who deliberately wanted to provoke the Palestinians by proposing to move the USA embassy to Jerusalem. He paraded his bling daughter with Netanyahu and made it as if the circus has come to town.There are approximately 2 million Palestinians imprisoned in Gaza by Israel. They are not allowed to leave. It is quite possibly the most densely populated piece of land on the planet.The inhumanity of Israel is obvious and overwhelming, yet the west and the USA are at best indifferent to the suffering of the Palestinians. At best they are directly responsible for enabling Israel to continue to act as it does.The Jews have throughout their history have been persecuted. If a people who should understand what is to suffer it is they. Yet they inflict cruelty on the Palestinians as if its a sport.How many lies can they get away with How much can they convince the west that they are the good guys? It is a game to them. You only have to see the look on the faces of those who defend Israel and its actions. They are always evasive to direct questions, instead, almost always want to direct the attention away from them and onto Palastinains. In the documentary ‘One day in Gaza’ there is ample footage of the demonstration on the 14th Israel claims it shot so many innocent Palestinians on that day because they were explosions at the fence.At the time Wesal was shot we see no explosion or hear it. There was no sudden surge of demonstrators anywhere close to Wesal. So what were the Israeli soldiers shooting at to send a bullet to the head of Wesal? Why were they armed with sniper rifles and shooting dead random protesters at will?Had Israel wished it could have contained the protesters with non-lethal force. But that is not what Israel wants, it saw a chance to kill as many Palestinians as possible. It knew that the USA and its western allies will pat it on the back.Yeah sure, let Israel keep pulling the wool over your eyes, while it continues to brutally kill some more Palestinian innocent children. Then tell you that it's killed a few more Islamic terrorist, on your behalf.