The US embassy has implemented modifications to the visa application process for Indian students. These changes came into effect on Monday (November 27), according to information shared by the embassy on X (formerly Twitter). These changes apply to all consulates in Indian cities. Prospective students seeking to study in the US under the F, M, and J visa programmes are advised to take note of these changes.

From today, the US embassy specified that all F, M, and J student visa applicants must use their own passport information when creating a profile and scheduling visa

appointments. This measure aims to prevent fraud and misuse of the appointment system.

"Applicants who have created a profile or booked an appointment using an incorrect passport number will not be accepted at the Visa Application Centers (VAC). Their appointments will be canceled, and the visa fee will be lost," the embassy said.

Applicants for F or M visas must enroll in a school or program certified by the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). Those applying for a J visa need sponsorship from an organisation approved by the US State Department.
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