Category: Student Visa

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

US Student Visa Update: Visas To Be Granted A Year in Advance

Long wait times for visa interview appointments had made it nearly impossible to get visas for the United States. The US government has implemented a number of initiatives to enhance the procedure and get rid of bottlenecks. In a bid to get ahead of visa processing times, the US State Department has stated that F…
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UK Visa Application Processing Reduced Back To 15 Days For Indians

The United Kingdom is back to processing visa applications within the standard of 15 days, with priority visas being processed within five days. With a surge in travel demand post-pandemic, the UK, like many other countries, has been struggling with immigration backlogs. “Good news for those travelling from India to UK- visit visas now within…
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US State Department Addressed Excessive US Visa Waiting Time

At a briefing, the US Department of State responded to criticism that wait times have been too long and have harmed workers, families, and companies.  The delays for visa applications have gone up due to reduced workforce and coronavirus-related restrictions in operations since March 2020. The US department cited data showing improvement stating that “The…
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Highest Ranked European Universities For 2023

According to the 19th annual edition of The Times Higher Education ranking, 36 of the Global Top 100 universities will be in Europe. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings is a popular listing published annually, which in 2023 includes 1,799 universities from 104 countries and regions.  The Times Higher Education ranking has become a…
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Difference Between UK Residence Visa And UK Residence Permit

Foreign nationals living in the United Kingdom require immigration permission. A residence permit is often confused with a residence visa but there is a stark difference on both documents. A UK residence visa is an immigration document that allows a person to cross the border and stay in the country for a certain amount of…
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