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A couple I know are here in USA as wife is on work visa. She brought her children too, as H4. They have a son approaching college age and want to get him an F1 Visa. They are asking for short term loans to get Visa approved and then will return the money to friends they borrowed from as soon as Visa is approved. Is this a good approach for them to be taking? I thought the money would have to turned over to the school.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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No its not a good idea to borrow money to inflate the account just for visa purpose as it can easily be tracked.

If she is working in US on H1 then her letter of employment and salary stubs should be good enough for the F1.

The money does not have to be handed over to school other then tution money and her son can start with community college whose cost will be lower then Univ.

Once he is done with basic classes in Community college he can transfre those classes to Univ and continue his degree.

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