Do you have any other relatives in the United States f1 visa?

Do you have any other relatives in the United States f1 visa?

Visa Officer will have a full record of this (about your brother/ sister/ mother/ father) with them. If your distant aunt or uncle stays there, then you don’t have to say about them. All that matters is your immediate relatives i.e. own brother, sister, father or mother.

How can I invite my sister to USA?

According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to petition your siblings to live in the United States as a green card holder, you must be a U.S. citizen and be at least 21 years old. To sponsor a sibling, the U.S. citizen must file Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. You must complete Form I-130.

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Can I bring my sister to the US?

A: Yes, there is an age requirement to sponsor a U.S. citizen’s brothers and sisters immigration to United Stats. A: If you are a U.S. citizen and at least 21 years old, you are eligible to petition to bring your brother or sister to live and work permanently in the United States as a Green Card holder.

Can I get F1 visa if my brother or sister lives in USA?

There are many people who got their F1 Visa having their brother or sister living in USA. Key point in getting visa is – you need to show strong ties in India to come back after you course of study.

What is the F1 visa interview like?

The purpose behind the F1 visa interview is that the consular officer wants to know more about you as an applicant aside of what the documents say about you and understand if you wish to enter the United States to study for real, or if there is any other reason behind their application. Therefore, you must be prepared in advance for the interview.

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What is the next step after getting a student visa?

After processing all the documents and receiving your visa, you are just one step away from studying in US. The last will be your visa interview conducted at your United States embassy or Consulate. Feel free to take up a sample interview with your friends or family and keep yourself prepared.