In general, students who have been accepted to a school located in the United States, or who are registered in an internship or exchange program in the U.S., may receive a visa permitting them to reside in the United States. Review the following pages if you are a student seeking to study in the U.S.
- F-1 – For students entering the United States as an academic or language student.
- M-1 – For students entering the United States to learn a skill/trade at a vocational or technical school.
- J-1 – For students entering the United States as a part of an exchange program, as an au pair, intern, or any other similar program.
> Employment Visas
> Investment and Business Visas
> Family and Marriage Visas
> Student Visas
> Immigrant Visas (Green Cards)
> Non-Immigrant Visas (Temporary Visa)
> Criminal Inadmissibility
> U.S. Waiver for Canadians
> U.S. Immigration Services in the Vancouver Area
> U.S. Immigration Lawyer in Toronto
> Experienced U.S. Immigration Lawyer in Montreal
> Immigration Lawyer in Calgary