I received a Review Copy of this book from one of the contributors to this book Tahmina Watson – Seattle Based Immigration attorney.
She had informed me about a chapter she will be contributing to the book. After the book was published, she sent me a Kindle version of the book.
I read the book and here is my review of Visa Solutions for Students, Scholars and Sponsors: What You Need to Know.
- Paperback: 196 pages
- Publisher: Thomson Reuters Westlaw (October 1, 2012)
- Language: English
- Date : October 12, 2012
- Author : Lisa N. Ellis
Visa Solutions for International Students, Scholars, and Sponsors
Following section is taken from Amazon book description.
Visa Solutions for Students, Scholars and Sponsors, collaboratively written with leading immigration professionals, contains tips, stories, and peer-to-peer advice, providing you with helpful information from reliable resources on different issues throughout your process.
This book is a must-have guide for any international student, scholar, or those considering sponsoring international students.
If you are looking to get one on one consultation with an Immigration attorney, you have to spend lot of money.
Information about F1 visa written by attorney’s are scarce around the web. You can find immigration attorney’s blog about H1B, Green Card, etc but you can’t find good, solid information for F1, F2, J1 Visa.
But, that’s not true any longer.
Visa Solutions for Students, Scholars and Sponsors is first of its kind.
Written by immigration attorneys and DSO. They have done an amazing job of clearly explaining in plain 8th grade English about U.S. Student Visa rules and regulations.
Who should buy this book?
If you are a student planning to study in USA, then Visa Solutions for Students, Scholars and Sponsors is a MUST Read resource.
Here in Happy Schools Blog, you can read so many F1 Visa interview experiences, but its tough to get F1 Visa approval, if you don’t have a clear understanding about rules of U.S. student visa and the interview process at US consulates and Embassies around the world.
If those student who got their visa rejected, happened to read this book, they could have improved their chances to get visa to study in USA.