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College Consulting Services to 7 International Students for Free!

(1) We will help 7 international students with their admissions to U.S. colleges. (2) Each selected international student chooses one U.S. college that he or she needs our help with. (3) Take advantage of the free offer.   Contact us today! College Consulting Services Confused, Frustrated, and Feeling Alone?    As we were once international students [...]
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Immigration

Get U.S. Green Card Through Family Member

Many international students are interested in becoming Permanent Residents of the United States; otherwise known as Green Card Holders.  There are 8 possible eligibility criteria for obtaining a green card. This is according to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) –  the same U.S. government agency that is responsible for issuing student visas. Sponsorship is the foundation [...]
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STEM

Trump May Eliminate American Job Opportunities Offered to Foreign STEM Students

Foreign students majoring in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) are allowed to work for up to three years in the United States upon graduation from an American college or university. Originally, any OPT  (Optional Practical Training) program only allowed foreign students to work for one year after graduation.  However, the opportunity was extended for an additional two years for foreign STEM students. According to [...]
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school shooting

Virginia State University Campus Shooting

On October 14th around 8:25 pm this year, Virginia State University (VSU) Petersburg, was locked down after a campus shooting where one person as injured. Two hours later VSU Police had tweeted ” Police have cleared the scene.   Officers will remain vigilant.  Campus lockdown has been lifted.” Americans own nearly half (48%) of the estimated 650 million civilian-owned gun [...]
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Apps & Games for College Students

Five Apps for Math Make Learning Enjoyable

Based on: "Five Apps to Help All Students with Math," by Calvin Hennick, EdTech Magazine, Oct 13, 2017 Mr. Calvin Hennick is a freelance journalist specialized in business and technology.  You may follow him on Twitter. According to A. Harry Moore School Technology Coordinator Stephanie Talalai in an EdTech article: Anything can be adapted for [...]
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Blacklisted (3)

“How can I know if my school is a blacklisted school?”

One of our site users, who is an international student, had a great online chat with us yesterday.  He or she raised an excellent question and we would like to share with you. We present the dialog exactly how it was recorded even some may contain misspelled words or typing errors. (Dialog started) Student: "im trying to search [...]
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Travel Warning

Turkey Facing U.S.Visa Suspension

Turkey ranked thirteenth in terms of the number of foreign nationals studying in the U.S.A.  from 2015 to 2016. However, this scenario will likely change now that Turkey has officially been added the growing list of nations where American non-immigrant visas operations have been suspended. Two days ago, the U.S. State Department said it was suspending all [...]
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6 Underrated Cities to Visit During Your European Study Abroad

Note: This article was written by Ms. Giselle Krachenfels of the University of Southern California.  She is a writer for  Studybreaks.com: “an independently run website and magazine written by a rotating staff of college students from across the country.”  Ms. Krachenfels has gracefully offered to share her article with our readers. Studying abroad is an amazing privilege where students [...]
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