• What is a U.S. Visa exactly -
    A visa simply indicates that a "U.S. consular officer" has determined that you are eligible to apply for entry to the United States for a specific purpose.Generally, a citizen of a foreign country who wishes to enter the United States must first obtain a visa, either a nonimmigrant visa for temporary stay or an immigrant visa for permanent residence.


  •  How to Read a U.S. Visa?

  • Additional Information
  1. Contact the US embassy or consulate for information about visas to the US. Every embassy and consulate has a small library of information about studying in the US. They can advise you as to the procedures required for a student visa.
  2. Key contacts for US embassies and consulates are listed in the US State Department publication, Key Officers of Foreign Service Posts. It provides information about US embassies and consulates worldwide. See also the Consular Information Sheets, which provide key information such as the location of the US embassy or consulate in each country.
  3. A good source of information about visas is the US State Department's Visa Services web page.
  4. EducationUSA is another source of information about studying in the US, including information about the Fulbright program.
  5. There are also two Usenet newsgroups devoted to discussions of US visas: alt.visa.us and misc.immigration.usa.
  6. Questions about visas may be sent by email to usvisa@state.gov. You will get a quicker response, however, if you contact your local US consulate or embassy.
  7. Information about entrance requirements may be obtained from the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). INS Forms may be obtained by calling 1-800-870-FORM (1-800-870-3676).


Reference -
http://www.edupass.org/immigration/info.phtml

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