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INFORMATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
Persons intending to take courses of study of less than 18 hours a week may do so with a tourist visa; otherwise a student (either an "M-1" or "F-1" class) visa will be required
whose citizens may be exempted from tourist visa requirements, for stays
of up to 90 days:
Note: To qualify for visa-free travel under the Visa Waiver Pilot Program, one must travel on an unexpired passport for holiday, transit or business purposes only and for a stay not exceeding 90 days; hold a return or onward ticket, a completed form I-94W and enter aboard an air or sea carrier participating in the Visa Waiver Pilot Program if entering by air or sea (lists of participating air or sea carriers are available from most travel agents);
What documents will be required?
completed application forms
or drop-box applications:
through travel agent:
Further documentation may be required to substantiate details such as the purpose of visit plus proof of intention to return to country of residence.
Interns: When doing an internship in Puerto Rico, a J1 visa is required. For the application you need the DS-2016 form (former IAP66). Usually the company or the organization arranges that. Male applicants aged 16-45 need to fill in the DS-157 form additionally. All persons who apply for F, J and M Visa have to fill in DS-158 (Information on contact persons and the business background) additional.
required to issue visa:
do I apply?
is the cost of a visa?
How long is the visa valid for?
years. Some visas are valid for multiple entries.
When you enter the United States on a student visa, you will usually be admitted for the duration of your student status. That means you may stay as long as you are a full time student, even if the F-1 visa in your passport expires while you are in America. For a student who has completed the course of studies shown on the I-20, and any authorized practical training, the student is allowed the following additional time in Puerto Rico before departure:
F-1 student - An additional 60 days, to prepare for departure from the Puerto Rico or to transfer to another school.
M-1 student - An additional 30 days to depart Puerto Rico (Fixed time period, in total not to exceed one year). The 30 days to prepare for departure is permitted as long as the student maintained a full course of study and maintained status. An M student may receive extensions up to three years for the total program.
people afflicted with certain serious communicable diseases;
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