As we look back on 2014, we collected the top 10 most visited posts on our website.
10. International Student Numbers Reach Record High
Each year an annual report shows how many international students study in the U.S., as well as U.S. students studying abroad. Take a look at the positive impact students make around the world! Continue reading…
9. Will Immigration Authorities Kick Justin Bieber Out of the U.S.?
Apparently, Justin Bieber thought it was a great idea to throw eggs at his neighbor’s house. Now, the teen pop star may face felony charges and that means immigration gets involved. If you don’t recall the details, continue reading…. #SpoilerAlert he didn’t get deported.
We award $100 to an international student every two weeks! This starts back up on January 19. Continue reading…
7. Chinese Students Caught in “Sophisticated Exam Cheating Scam”
Kaiwen Qian, 20, from China is a math student at the University of Waterloo. She now faces criminal charges after allegedly hiring Longhua Wang, a PhD candidate at York University (who is also from China), to take a first-year exam for her. Continue reading…
6. Immigration and Career Help: Resumes
Job searching in the United States? Take a look at some sample resumes, click here.
5. Celebrating Ramadan in the United States
Ramadan is an Islamic holiday in which Muslims fast for a month. Learn more from international students in America who are observing the holiday. Continue reading…
4. Immigration and Career Help: Cover Letters
Job searching in the United States? Take a look at some sample cover letters, click here.
3. Finding My Way to International Education: NAFSA Conference
ISV Correspondent, Rustam Niyazov attends his first NAFSA: the Association of International Educators conference and said attending was one of the best last minute decisions he ever made! Continue reading…
2. Unhealthy Obsession: How to Get Out of This Trap
Don’t get trapped! Know the signs of obsession and how you can overcome it by following some simple steps. Continue reading…
1. MAVNI Program: Direct U.S. Citizenship Without Green Card
The Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) program was renewed through May 2015. This program allows certain branches of the U.S. military to hire legal non-immigrants, such as international students, with specialized skills. This could lead to directly earning U.S. citizenship. Continue reading….
Read more about the MAVNI Program in our latest issue of ISV Magazine! You’ll learn more about the history of MAVNI and advice from the 2012 Solider of the Year who was a MAVNI recruit.