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8 Surprises International Students may face when first coming to the U.S.

8 Surprises International Students may face when first coming to the U.S.

The first days of living and studying in a new country can introduce cultural differences that might surprise even the most prepared students.  From classroom behaviors to campus life in the U.S., international students may be experiencing some surprises when first arriving in the U.S. peerTransfer has identified a few tips to help prepare international students […]

F1 Students in the U.S. With Plans to Stay and Work After Graduation

F1 Students in the U.S. With Plans to Stay and Work After Graduation

Each year many students plan to go to the U.S.A. to study and a number would like to stay and work during their course of study and following their graduation. This is generally not an option on the student F1 or M1 visas but it is with the EB-5 visa which provides permanent resident status. […]

Trustee Scholarships for US and International Students at Boston University in USA

Trustee Scholarships for US and International Students at Boston University in USA

Boston University offers Trustee Scholarships for US and International Students for pursuing undergraduate degree level in the USA. Every year, Boston University welcomes about 20 outstanding students to the Trustee Scholars Program. Many of our current Scholars had perfect 4.0 grade point average in high school, and typically ranked in the top 5–10% of their class. Students are nominated by secondary […]

If a person comes in F1 visa and over stayed in U.S. for 4 or 10 years. Is he eligible for immigration reform?

If a person comes in F1 visa and over stayed in U.S. for 4 or 10 years. Is he eligible for immigration reform?

All the undocumented immigrants in the United States would become eligible for lawful status, if the US Congress passes the Senate immigration reform bill. Undocumented immigrants are the foreign nationals who crossed the borders illegally and the ones who had overstayed their non-immigrant visas. They have now become a part of the United States. All […]