VISA-Work Study Deposit
1.Is there a deadline for applying?
Most schools have start dates from five weeks to three months. Applications will be accepted and processed at all times of the year and the school will make special efforts to notify the applicants quickly of the status of their applications.
2.Can I have more than one sponsor?
You can have as many sponsors as you need. However, you and the sponsors need to make it clear to the visa officials why they are willing to provide money to you for your education in the U.S.
3.Is the GRE or GMAT score required for admission?
No. For admission, it is not required that you have taken either the GMAT or the GRE exams. However, we recommend you take the GMAT or GRE exam. We suggest this because, having taken the test, you are more likely to be viewed as a more serious student by the U.S. visa officer when you go to apply for your visa.
4.How can I go to school and work at the same time?
Most courses in a CPT program will be offered in the executive format. That is, classes will be offered in the evenings and/or on weekends.
5.Do I need permission from Immigration Services in order to work off campus?
Students will have an F-1 student visa and, by the nature of the university’s CPT program, which requires internship employment, no further permission is required by the Immigration Service. Once the student finds employment that is certified to be “curriculum related”, the university will issue the appropriate authorization signature allowing the student to begin working. Students will also need to obtain the U.S. Social Security card before being allowed to legally work.