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Dallas Chinese Community Center

Posted by USFC Team on May 22, 2014 2:02:22 PM

With the large Chinese population in the Dallas- Fort Worth metro area (DFW), the need for community services is high. The DFW China Town fulfills this need – located in Richardson, the DFW China Town is a hub for Asian shopping, restaurants, and events. The DFW China Town is home to bookstores, grocery stores, and Chinese banks and learning centers. In addition to centralized shopping and services, the DFW China Town is also home to the Dallas Chinese Community Center (DCCC), a non-profit organization serving the Chinese community.

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Study in America - The J-1 Visa

Posted by David Gunderson on Jun 17, 2013 12:25:00 PM

Today we will examine the “J-1 Visa”

The J-1 Visa

J-1 visas are another type of nonimmigrant visa designed for exchange visitors to participate in a program that promotes cultural exchange. For review, "nonimmigrant" means that you intend to be in the USA temporarily. "Immigrant" means you intend to be in the USA permanently. Many J-1 holders are visiting scholars or exchange students in the filed of medical or business training in the US.

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Study in America - The H-3 Visa

Posted by David Gunderson on Jun 17, 2013 11:52:14 AM

Today’s topic is the “H-3 Visa” also known as “Trainee Visa”:

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Study in America - The B-1 and B-2 Visa

Posted by David Gunderson on Jun 14, 2013 10:18:43 AM

The B-1 and B-2 Visa

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Study in America - The M-3 Visa

Posted by David Gunderson on Jun 14, 2013 9:50:06 AM

The M-3 Visa

Similar to F-3 student visa, there is also an additional visa category under the M-Classification, known as M-3 visa which is only applicable for Canadian or Mexican commuter students under NAFTA arrangement that are not available to the rest of the world, just like that under F-3 student visa classification.

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Study in America - The M-1 Visa

Posted by David Gunderson on Jun 14, 2013 9:44:04 AM

The M-1 Visa

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US Tax Laws and the Foreign Resident

Posted by David Gunderson on Jun 14, 2013 9:29:47 AM

The tax laws in the United States (US) are complex and can be overwhelming to someone who is not a US Citizen. The US tax laws are drafted and enforced by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The purpose of this memo is to outline some basic IRS tax rules and some options for tax planning.

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Study in America – The F-3 Visa

Posted by David Gunderson on Jun 13, 2013 1:03:11 PM

The F-3 Visa

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Study in America - The F-1 Visa

Posted by David Gunderson on Jun 10, 2013 3:37:09 PM

“F-1” is the most common and popular nonimmigrant visa type for international students to come to the US to attend American schools. Remember, you are a “nonimmigrant” because you seek to be in the US temporarily, not permanently. Although F-1 students are coming to the US to participate in an academic degree oriented curriculum or study program, The F-1 is often used by younger students to attend middle schools here, too. In fact, F-1 students are seen at all grade levels from boarding schools to graduate studies across the United States.

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Study in America - Student Visa Types

Posted by David Gunderson on Jun 10, 2013 2:51:10 PM

Want to study in America? There are a number of different ways for foreign nationals to study in the United States. Today approximately 800,000 foreign nationals attend undergraduate and graduate college programs in the US. All these students are in the US on some type of US Visa. US immigration laws provides several different types of nonimmigrant visas that would allow a foreign national to come to the US to obtain certain training or education. Why do we call them ‘nonimmigrant’ visas? US immigration law separates those who desire to be in the US temporarily (nonimmigrant) and those who seek to come to the US permanently (immigrant). Student visas are intended for people who plan to be in the US temporarily while they complete their studies.

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