Visas to Study at an American College or University
U.S. Colleges and Universities mean business. During the 2013-2014 school year, more than 886 thousand international students received higher-level education in the U.S.
The students, the economy, and the country were in a win-win-win situation.
Reports showed that the students created 340,000 jobs, contributed $26 billion dollars to the U.S. econom, brought different perspectives, and built relationships that will be beneficial for U.S. foreign relations.
Evan M. Ryan, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs said, “It is through these relationships that together we can solve global challenges like climate change, the spread of pandemic disease, and combating violent extremism.” Read more here.
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Sherna Spencer is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.