Want to Study in USA?? DV 2022 / By Akuawofoy Step 1 1. Have a journal to keep track of your journey and the information you acquire throughout this process. 2. First to find a school 3. Find a school that meets your needs and not the other way round. 4. Use Google, Bing, yahoo to find schools 5. Or you can find schools through recommendations 6. Apply for admission Step 2: After Admission Acceptance Get admission DecisionRequest for Certification of Eligibility of Nonimmigrant Status (F-1) for Academic or language studies or M-1 status for vocational studies, Form I-20Register in SEVIS & Pay your SEVIS fee**Student & Exchange Visa Program (SEVIP) Step 3 : Fill Visa Application & Get Interview Appointment Fill your Nonimmigrant Visa application DS-160 Pay Your Visa Application Fee Visa processing fee is paid in advance before the interview day. You will make the payment either in the local currency at the bank designated as the payment merchant in the country where you will be interviewing at. You can check your local U.S. embassy homepage for the current exchange rate.Get Interview Appointment Step 4 : Preparation for Interview Preparing for interview can be both exciting and nerve-racking. In order to help you prepare for interview, there are some of the documentations you may need to gather for your D-day: Passport : Valid and unexpired passport and with minimum 2 fresh pages.Confirmation page of the Nonimmigrant visa application form, DS-160 Certification of Eligibility of Nonimmigrant Status (F-1) for Academic or language studies or M-1 status for vocational studies, Form I-20 Academic documentations such as : transcripts, admission letter, degrees/diplomas/certificates, proof of financial sustainability, and evidence to show your intent to return after completion of your program. Step 5: Interview Day On your interview day, arrive early to avoid unnecessary. Bring your documentations and be prepared to prove your eligibility to the consular officer. You may not get a second chance so be ready to do your best. Some questions to think about Why did you choose this particular school?What program will you study?How long will you stay?Where do you plan to live, -off campus or on campus or with friends/family?What are your academic goals or what you intend to do with this education?How will the education help you in your home country?How will education in the United States help your career goals?