WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. visa process is more complicated than you might think.
Here are the most common visa types for students, graduate and professional workers.
Read more: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-visa-login-wax-us-visa-types-student-graduate-professional-workers-9074246 ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————– ___________________________________Student visa ____________________________________The Student Visa Program allows for up to five (5) years of study.
Students enrolled in graduate programs may be eligible for an expedited status, allowing them to work in the United States after graduation.
Students can apply for this status after they graduate and after they have lived in the U.K. for at least two years.
Students in other countries who are enrolled in a graduate program in the same country are eligible for expedited visas.
Students in the program can work for up a maximum of four years after graduation, but can only enter the U, D.C. and New York, according to U.N. data.
There are several other visa types that are available for students in the process.
Students may also be able to apply for expedite visas.
If you’re looking for an easier process, there are several types of student visas available, and they are listed below.
If your application has not been approved, you can still get an expedite visa.
The U-1 visa is an expediter visa that allows you to work up to three years in the country, while the U-2 visa allows you up to four years of employment.
Students who receive expedited work permits may be able work up until their first day of classes.
For example, if a student receives an expeditier visa and is scheduled to complete her first year of studies in September, that student will be able start work by the end of June.
Students are able to earn a higher grade point average after their first year, but students who apply for a higher GPA after their second year may not be eligible to work after that time.
If a student’s spouse or partner is in the visa program, they must apply to their country’s embassy or consulate.
Students who apply on behalf of their spouse or partnership may be exempt from certain requirements, such as obtaining the visa after the visa holder is married or is in a relationship with the student.
In general, the U visa allows students to work for an unlimited number of months in the future.
The first two months of their stay in the US will be limited to three months.
The student visa can be used to enter the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Iceland, Norway, Norway’s North, Central and South Islands, the Solomon Islands, and the Federated States of Micronesia.
For more information, visit the U visas website.
____________________________________________________Waxman visa ____________________The Waxman visa allows for employment in the UK for up 12 months after the application is approved.
Students seeking the Waxman status must apply online and then submit proof of residence in the designated UK territory.
Students must also complete an online application form.
Waxmans can be issued by UK immigration officials.
Students applying for the Waxmans must have been residing in the British Isles for a minimum of six months.
The application process can take up to six months to process.
Students applying for Waxmans should submit the application form on their own, with proof of UK residence.
For more information on applying for a Waxman, visit www.gov.uk/g7/residentship.
__________Visa Waiver ____________The VISA Waiver allows for temporary residence in a country of the Commonwealth, but the application must be submitted electronically.
The Visa Waiver can only be used for students with a valid passport and valid visa.
If students do not have a valid visa, they may also apply for an E-1 (entry) visa, which is a shorter and more expedited visa that is not considered valid for the duration of their stays in the Commonwealth.
If the student does not apply for the VISA waiver, they will not be able leave the United Nations and will not receive the Visa Waivers, unless they can meet other conditions.
__________________________________________________________________________________________Student visa-exempt __________________________________________________________________________________For students studying in the Middle East, Africa, or Asia, the Student Visa-Exempt Program may allow them to stay for up up to two years in an embassy or consular post.
Students should have received at least six months of study in the region in which they plan to work before applying for exemption.
Students can apply to the Student visa-exempt program by submitting a letter from the academic institution or post where they plan on working.
The letter must include the name and address of the institution where the student intends to work and