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Visa is a permission granted by any country to enter that country. For securing the Visa of any country, you have to apply to the consulate office of that country in your own country. Visa granted by a foreign country may be of various types, with different conditions attached to each of them. A Transit Visa allows you to stay in that country just for a day or two, while a Tourist Visa may allow you to stay for periods up to several months. For a Business Visa, the periodicity of the Visa depends on your need to stay in that country. A student Visa is granted to students and is valid generally for the period of study ( including grace period) and permission of work outside university is not allowed. Almost all these Visas will stipulate that you cannot take up a job in that country during the period of your stay.

Requirements for Student Visa

Applicants must have successfully completed a course of study normally required for enrollment, should be sufficiently proficient in English to pursue the intended course of study, should have been accepted for a full course of study by an approved educational institution, and be able to prove that sufficient funds are or will be available to defray all living and school expenses during the entire period of anticipated study in that country. They should also be able to establish to the satisfaction of the consular officer that they have binding ties to a residence in their country which they have no intention of abandoning and that they will return to their home country when they have completed their studies.


  1. Completed Visa Application Form of respective country where student intent to study.
  2. Passport valid to travel abroad and with a validity date at least six months beyond the applicant’s intended period of stay in that country.
  3. Colored Photographs, showing a full face, without head covering with any cap, hat or sun glass against a light background. Power glasses are accepted.
  4. Letter of Acceptance or Enrollment Letter issued by the respective university or college.
  5. Original TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, GRE or GMAT score sheets (As applicable).
  6. Students going to the respective countries to earn a Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree should bring their most recent mark sheets or graduation certificates.
  7. Students going the foreign country to earn a Ph.D. degree should bring their original undergraduate degree and post graduate degree mark sheets/Transcripts.
  8. Spouses and minor children accompanying the student to the foreign country for their study should bring marriage certificates, wedding photos, and birth certificates with them to the interview, to prove the relationship between themselves and the principal applicant.
  9.  Demand drafts for the applicable fees, financial documents (Bank Transaction and Certificates), Property Valuation and Chartered Accountants Certificates as evidence to show availability of enough fund to support the education.
  10. No Objection Letters to study abroad issued by the government of your own country.
  11.  Character Certificates, Police Reports as evidence to show that you are not engaged in any criminal activities.
  12. Recommendation Letters from  professor who have taught you.
  13. Accommodation Letter as evidence of accommodation.
  14. Evidence of confirmed flights to and from that country where you intend to study.


Visa Process may vary for different countries. The documents they require may vary as some country require complete 6 months bank statement while other country may not.  But in most cases, you will have to meet certain immigration requirements . Nationals from many countries are required to obtain an entry visa or certificate before going to their desired country. They can do this at the respective  country’s Embassy, High Commissions or Consulates. Nationals from countries where an entry visa is not compulsory such as some Commonwealth countries should also consider applying for entry clearance before leaving home.

After All, if the university gives you the admission to study the program you applied for, they will send you a letter of acceptance, which is the legal form that denotes that you are admitted & eligible for applying Visa.

The immigration laws of the different countries permit foreign students to come to their countries to attend school at many academic levels. Their schools can get authorization from the Immigration and Naturalization Service to admit foreign students and to issue documentation allowing students to obtain nonimmigrant student visa classification. This document is called the letter of acceptance. Upon receipt of the letter of acceptance, an application to Immigration and Naturalization Service for the student visa is filed.

To know the exact visa process and documents required for the particular nation then it is better to visit the respective links at the navigation on the left.


  1. Why you choose the specified University?
  2. Which Universities did you apply to (both admits and rejects)?
  3. Where did you Intermediate from? (For student intending to study Under Graduate level)
  4. Where did you Undergraduates from? (For student intending to study Post Graduate level)
  5. Who is sponsoring/financing you?
  6. What does your parents do?
  7. What is your family’s annual income?
  8. How many brothers and sisters do you have?
  9. Do you have any relatives in …. (country you want to go)?
  10. Why don’t  you do this course in your country?
  11.  What will you do after completing your study?
  12. Why Study in …. (country you want to go)?
  13. Did you got Scholarships?
  14. Have you got any Loans?
  15.  What is your Intermediate GPA/Percentage? (For student intending to study Under Graduate level)
  16. If Parents retired? How will they pay?
  17. Tell about your university.
  18.  Where is your university located?
  19. What is the nearest airport?
  20. Mention some professor names.
  21.  Tell me how can you prove that you are coming back?
  22. Where did your brother/parents completed their studies?
  23. Why are you leaving your current job? (For job holders)
  24. Have you ever been to …. (country you want to go) ?
  25. What will you do after coming back to Home?
  26. You have so…brothers and sisters so your parents saving is for all how will they finance..?
  27. Where do your parents live [If they live in …. (country you want to go)]?
  28. Do you know anyone [in …. (country you want to go)] in your University?
  29. Do you know anyone in …. (country you want to go)?
  30. What will you do if your Visa is rejected?
  31. Will you come back to home during summers?
  32. What do you think, Why University is giving Scholarship to you?
  33. If you scored less marks in past exams, you may be asked for the reason, why its less?


Having written many essays and SOPs, you should not find the interview process stressful. The American consulate has introduced a system of prior appointments for visa interviews. On the given date, you will have to appear for a personal interview. You should convince the visa officer that you have the necessary funds to cover the cost of education. You should prove that you hold strong ties with India and also that are not an intending immigrant. While answering the questions, one should be brief and to the point. Most importantly, consular officials want to hear from the applicant. At no time, is it recommended that the applicants bring family members with them to the interview.