Cambridge Student Visa Lawyers

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Visitors to Cambridge Massachusetts who enroll in courses amounting to more than 18 hours a week will need a student visa. If the visiting student is not going to enroll in this much coursework, a student visa is not needed.

Completing the Documentation to Obtain a Student Visa in Cambridge

Visiting students are not allowed into the country prior to 30 days before the commencement of their studies, and they must also stay in contact with the Department of Homeland Security while they are in the U.S.

Cambridge Attorneys Can Help with the Student Visa Application Process

Getting a Student Visa can be difficult in Cambridge.

There are many rules to follow, and the consequences of doing something incorrectly are severe, including jeopardizing your foreign studies if you submit just one form incorrectly.

Don't take a chance with your petition- contact a local Student Visa attorney today.

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Life in Cambridge

Cambridge is part of the Greater Boston area. It is home to famous universities such as Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge is home to around 105,162 people. It is the fifth largest city in Massachusetts.

Top employers include both Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mount Auburn Hospital, Biogen Idec, Genzyme, Novartis, and the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory. Many attorneys also live in or near Cambridge. Boston is home to many top-rated multinational law firms. There are also many small to mid-size law firms there as well. These firms train their attorneys to be the best and to succeed in winning any and every case, no matter how complicated the legal matter is.

Being such a historic place, there are any museums to visit in Cambridge. Popular attractions include the Harvard Art Museum, the Busch-Reisinger Museum, the Fogg Art Museum, the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Semitic Museum, MIT Museum, and the List Visual Arts Center at MIT.

Cambridge, with its historical influence, also has many wonderful buildings to visit and tour that depict beautiful architecture. Such buildings include the Asa Gray House, Elmwood House, the First Parish in Cambridge, Harvard Lampoon Building, Urban Rowhouse, and Memorial Hall at Harvard University.

Overall, Cambridge is a wonderful place to visit or call home.

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