USA Immigration Visa Solutions

The United States of America has been a global leader in the field of education and boasts of a lion's share of top ranked universities according to all major international rankings. Few countries offer as many high ranked universities and noble laureate academia, as USA does. As a matter of fact, nearly 50 of the top 200 universities in the world are based in USA.

Universities in USA are also credited for innumerable patents and ground-breaking innovations, offering a chance to study and compete with some of the finest minds in the respective fields.

Flexibility of applying to different fields of study and a wide variety of Research-Centric Science and Technology Courses are the distinguishing features because of which aspirants strive to get admission in USA.


F-1 Visa Document requirements

Before we share the list of documents required for the F-1 Visa interview, we would like to reiterate that you would not be asked for any documents other than your application/ appointment letter. However, being prepared is always advisable and you should keep these documents handy for that one in a million chance of the interviewer asking to see any documents.

Also, file them neatly so that they are easily accessible. In addition, your original passport should be readily available, as you would be requested to submit the same.

Set 1: Personal Information

  • Passport (current and all the previous ones)
  • MRV Fee Receipt
  • Visa Interview Appointment Letter
  • DS 160 Confirmation Slip (with the bar code clearly visible)
  • SEVIS Fee Receipt
  • Passport Size Photograph (as per regulations mentioned)
  • Set 2: Educational Documents

  • Academic Transcripts like Class 10th and 12th Certificates and mark-sheets
  • GRE/GMAT/SAT scorecard
  • IELTS/TOEFL/PTE scorecard
  • Bachelor's Degree/ Provisional Degree Certificate or course completion certificate or mark-sheet for all the years as well as the consolidated mark sheet (if applicable)
  • Set 3: Work-related Documents (if applicable)

  • Joining Letter
  • Salary Slips (last six months)
  • Relieving Letter
  • Set 4: Financial Documents

  • Loan Approval Letter (if applicable)
  • Saving Bank Account Statement (recommended: last three years')
  • Fixed Deposit Certificates (recommended: last three years')
  • Tax Returns for the past three years
  • Property Documents (residential, commercial, ancestral and/or farmland)


Here are the advantages and opportunities the USA has over your home country in terms of studying a degree.

  • Some of the most valued international universities are in the U.S.
  • Study any subject you can think of
  • Be a part of groundbreaking research
  • U.S. universities have engaging campuses
  • You can easily overcome culture shock in the USA
  • Guaranteed successful career after graduation
  • Receive World-Class Student Support
  • Gain a Global Perspective