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Hi Folks,

I currently live in Pakistan and want to go to US. Initially, I thought of applying for bachelors in IT at any reasonable university in USA but my friend living there advised me to apply for US using DS-160 form. He told me that it's a good way to come here. I don't know what actually DS-160 form is and what are the requirements for applying. Can anyone please shed some light on it?

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thats for a tourist visa ..not what you need ..
you need a I-20 from your chosen school first

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Short term, non immigrant visa

F1 visa, from an accredited school, to get this as a rule of thumb, you have to show that you have means to cover the cost of tuition and other living expenses, so around $10K on top of tuition per year at the very least. This can be from having cash in the bank, loans etc.

This visa doesn't allow you to work whilst studying for the first semester of the course (6 months), and then after that, only for 20 hours a week on campus.

Student visas (F) are non-immigrant AFTER THE COURSE YOU GO HOME

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