Many people call it the land of opportunity, USA is one of the financial and economic power house in the world. It is divided into 50 states and a federal district and has over 317 millions people and the fourth largest country in the world. it has countless highly reputable colleges and universities, either public or privately owned. USA offers many great study destination such as San Fransisco, New York, California, Seattle, Los Angeles and many others.
Obtaining student visa to USA is relatively easy. First, you need to receive acceptance to a Student and Exchange Visitor Program-certified school, your designated school official (DSO) will give you a document called a Form I-20, “Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Status”.
The Form I-20 is a paper record of your information in the database called SEVIS. Each school that accepts you will mail you a Form I-20. Before you apply to pay the I-901 student fee, you must select one school and use that Form I-20 to pay the I-901 fee and to apply for the correct student visa.
Regulation requires all prospective F and M students to pay the I-901 Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) fee before the Department of State issues you a visa.
After being accepted to an SEVP-certified school and getting a receipt for payment of the I-901 fee, you can apply for a visa at a U.S. embassy or consulate.