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01 September 2015
F1 visa is a non-immigrant visa given to the international students who wish to study in USA. Any non-resident of American can apply for it to pursue some kind of study in USA. Foreigners can come to USA for the academic study or take up some language training and leread more..
24 April 2019
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20 April 2016
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29 August 2018
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