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What Is a Student Visa?

A student visa is a document that allows you to pursue a study program in a foreign country. Student visas are usually issued for short-term purposes, and you must have already been accepted to a university or educational institution to qualify for the visa.

Student Visa Guidelines

To make sure your student visa does not get canceled, you have to follow the
student visa rules:

  • You can only work limited hours (usually 20 hours per week) campus jobs.
  • You have to attend all your classes (unless there is an emergency).
  • If you have a scholarship, you have to maintain a specific GPA.
  • You cannot stay after your visa expires.
  • You cannot apply for permanent residence under a student visa.

How to Get a Student Visa?
The application process for a student visa goes as follows:

1. Apply for a study program. 
2. Make an appointment at the embassy or consulate.
3. Gather your documents. 
4. Submit the visa payment. 
5. Attend your student visa interview.

Common Reasons for Student Visa Denial

Your student visa can be denied for the following reasons:

  • You submitted an incomplete visa application.
  • You have no proof of financial support.
  • You have a criminal record.
  • Your passport is not valid for the student visa.
  • You are not enrolled in an educational institution.