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Can i get visa for studying in a small community college in USA? i live in India?

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  • Can i get visa for studying in a small community college in USA? i live in India?


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Answer #1 | 10/08 2016 13:15
You can try
Answer #2 | 23/08 2016 02:11
thanks to each and everyone of you for the answers.
Answer #3 | 10/08 2016 14:54
It is possible. The three CC around me accept international studnets. You would need to apply, be accepted, prove you can pay, then apply for a student visa. The CC would sponsor your visa. Our CC requires proof of funds of $23,000 per school year. I can gaurentee you will spend more than that. There are no apartments in walking/biking distance Public transportation is limited in the US. Big cities will have better public transportation, but much higher cost of living. To buy a car and get car insurance is really going to add on to your costs. So be sure to check out the town's public transportation routes and times
Answer #4 | 10/08 2016 13:27
Only if you can prove you can afford it
Answer #5 | 10/08 2016 13:35
IF you meet all requirements to apply, get accepted, and prove you have sufficient funds for all school + living expenses, plus return transportation to your country of citizenship. Note that living costs will be high since few community colleges have dorms, room & board contracts. You will need to rent an apartment, which is far more expensive. You will likely have to purchase furniture, fixtures, fittings, household equipment & supplies, etc. Furnished apartments are not commonly available, and are more expensive than unfurnished apartments. Apartments within walking distance of campus are more expensive, but if you do not live within walking distance, you will have to pay for transportation. Note that vocational training programs might not be acceptable in your country. You will have to check requirements in your own country.
Answer #6 | 11/08 2016 14:43
Check with the American consulate in your country.
Answer #7 | 10/08 2016 07:54
It is possible. The three CC around me accept international studnets. You would need to apply, be accepted, prove you can pay, then apply for a student visa. The CC would sponsor your visa. Our CC requires proof of funds of $23,000 per school year. I can gaurentee you will spend more than that. There are no apartments in walking/biking distance Public transportation is limited in the US. Big cities will have better public transportation, but much higher cost of living. To buy a car and get car insurance is really going to add on to your costs. So be sure to check out the town's public transportation routes and times
Answer #8 | 10/08 2016 06:27
Only if you can prove you can afford it
Answer #9 | 10/08 2016 06:35
IF you meet all requirements to apply, get accepted, and prove you have sufficient funds for all school + living expenses, plus return transportation to your country of citizenship. Note that living costs will be high since few community colleges have dorms, room & board contracts. You will need to rent an apartment, which is far more expensive. You will likely have to purchase furniture, fixtures, fittings, household equipment & supplies, etc. Furnished apartments are not commonly available, and are more expensive than unfurnished apartments. Apartments within walking distance of campus are more expensive, but if you do not live within walking distance, you will have to pay for transportation. Note that vocational training programs might not be acceptable in your country. You will have to check requirements in your own country.
Answer #10 | 11/08 2016 07:43
Check with the American consulate in your country.
Answer #11 | 10/08 2016 06:15
You can try
Answer #12 | 22/08 2016 19:11
thanks to each and everyone of you for the answers.

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