There are numerous websites
available that can help guide you through the complex world of immigration,
visas, and travel planning. However, please be sure you are using legitimate
websites that give you correct and accurate information. Trusted websites include
any that end in .gov and .org. Websites ending in .com may not be reliable sources of
We also do not recommend
taking immigration advice from friends who think they know the process. The
process can vary between individuals, so it’s always best practice to inquire
with an immigration specialist or a trusted website.
- US Department of State
The US Department of State
website provides information on visa application processes, current timelines,
current travel warnings and much more.
- US Embassies
The US Embassies website
provides a comprehensive list of embassies and consulates around the globe to
help you find the one closest to you. Please be sure to consult the embassy
website prior to applying for your visa, to ensure that you have all of the
- US Immigration &
Customs Enforcement (ICE)
The ICE website provides
detailed information on what to expect prior to and during arrival into the
- SEVIS I-901 Fee
This website provides information about the I-901 Student and Exchange
Visitor Information System (SEVIS) fee process.
- Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
The CPB website provides
information on current entry requirements.
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