1.00 Indian rupee ₹ Student Visas and the Hardest Entrance Exam Mumbai

Published date: March 2, 2020
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  • Location: Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Student Visas and the Hardest Entrance Exam

NAFSA's Counsel and Director of Immigration Policy, Heather Stewart, went to Capitol Hill on March 13, 2019 to join a board of partners in instructions Congress on the issues driving international students to decide to study in progressively serious nations. Furthermore, the board gave proof of the incredible estimation of international students to American establishments. Heather was joined by David Di Maria, Associate Vice Provost for International Education at University of Maryland, Jon Baselice, Executive Director of Immigration Policy at the U.S. Office of Commerce, and Kinu Harichandran, an international student at Georgetown University.

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