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Posted on September 09 2022

The US issued 82,000 student visas to Indians in 2022

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Updated January 18 2024

Highlights of the USA issued 82,000 student visas in 2022

  • International Student Mobility is one of the key aspects of U.S. diplomacy.
  • The United States has issued a record level of 82,000 student visas in 2022 than any other country.
  • Around 20% of international students studying in the US are Indians.
  • Based on the open doors report, for the academic year 2020-2021, around 167,582 students studied in the US.
  • New Delhi's U.S embassy and the four consulates in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Kolkata gave extreme priority to the processing of student visa applications.

The United States issued a record-breaking student visa to India

A record level of 82,000 student visas have been issued by US Mission in India in 2022, which is comparatively higher than any country worldwide. Around 20% of international students who are studying in the US are from India.

Many students were able to get student visas just this summer, which is a bigger number than any other year.

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Processing the student visa applications has been prioritized by the Embassy of US in New Delhi and the other four Consulates in Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, and Mumbai from May to August so that many qualified students can go to their respective study programs in time as scheduled start dates.

With these numbers, the United States remains the most opted country for higher education. Indian students contribute a lot to the US and could build connections with American peers that might remain for a life-time to maintain international partnerships to address current and future global challenges.

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Indian students include around 20% of all international students who are studying in the United States. There were around 167,582 students who went to study from India during the 2020-2021 academic year.

International student portability is one of the main factors for US diplomacy, this way the US helped Indian students who wanted to pursue a top-notch education. India is the main contributor to the US in terms of sending students to study.

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Even during the pandemic, the US remained open and has been welcoming International students for studies. The higher education universities and institutions in the United States and the government of the US have taken safety measures to welcome international students. They have implemented various kinds to study like studying online, and hybrid learning methods, and guaranteeing the opportunities and the resources to keep the international students remain strong.

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Also Read: Student visa application process changed by US Embassy in 2022

Web Story: On September 6, 2022, US Charge d’Affaires Patricia Lacina stated that 82,000 student visas were issued to Indian students in 2022 to date.

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