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US embassy in India hosts session on student visas

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Dozens of students admitted to University of South Carolina attend the event. 

Students attending a visa session hosted by the US embassy in Delhi on Saturday.

The US Embassy in India organized a session on US student visa process at the United States-India Education Foundation office on Saturday.

According to the social media handle of the embassy, more than 60 students admitted to the University of South Carolina, along with their parents, attended the session conducted by visa officers of the embassy.

The visa officers explained to the students the visa process and also answered their questions regarding F-1 and J visas.

According to the latest figures of India’s Ministry of External Affairs Ministry, the United States has the highest number of Indian students studying under international student category.

Out of the 4.4 million Indian students studying in 75 countries, 165,918 students are studying in the United States, says the report.

The international student services office regularly organizes a variety of events for international students. Many US campuses also have Indian student associations, which also organize events on a regular basis.

The United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) promotes mutual understanding between nationals of India and the US through the educational exchange of outstanding scholars, professionals and students.