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hello every one am new in this forum

I am a Pharma.D new graduated from Algeria 24 years old i want to come to USA to live there inn sha Allah

first i have to validate my diploma there and to do this i need a visa

my financial source are minimum so i cant obtain a touristic visa

i can speak English Arabic and french

i want your advice my Friends about inscribing in a cheap study class? to obtain a visa student at least for one year so i can valid my pharmacy diploma there

so if one of you know a cheap study in usa any study i have a good baccalaureate moyen

i don't care about the field of the study or the place or the university or graduate or undergraduate all i care about is to be a cheap bcz i don't have a lot of money

thanks for all of you my freinds

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The consulate you interview at will care however

They will ask themselves WHY someone wants to study a particular program in a particular place.

So even if you don't care, the consulate will

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You are looking at finding an Employer willing to sponsor you for a work visa?

Do you know if that is likely? Have you potential Employers interested?

Student and Visitor visa's are both non immigrant visa's. The Consulate will be looking at a Student Visa application both on the basis you can afford it and that it makes sense. Logical progression of your education.

Finding a cheap course at a Community College may be good for your budget but bad for your Visa. And cheap is relative anyway. You need to fund your living costs for a year.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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Maybe a Pharmacist can find work easily, if so it is one of the few jobs where that applies.

But you would need an Employer to sponsor you at significant cost and time. You could look at a J1 as well as a F1.


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You need to take NAPLEX? Or something more?

Personally I probably would contact a Pharmacy School in the US, several, and see what they would recommend. i have no idea if the course you have taken meets US requirements or you would need a conversion course or what.


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Boiler is on the right path.

OP: Are you a graduate of a foreign pharmacy school, or a US-based pharmacy school?

Check out this NABP link for foreign pharmacy school graduates:http://www.nabp.net/programs/examination/fpgec


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hello

yes am talking abt the FPGEE AND TOFEL tofel i can pass it in my country and the the NAPLEX

I WANT to be in usa before passing it i want to prepare for it while am in the us so how can obtain others kind of visa to stay in the us for one year to pass it then start for searching for a work if GOD well

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Does your University have any ties with US University's.

If not get on touch with US Pharmacy colleges and see what thy have to offer.


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Does your University have any ties with US University's.

If not get on touch with US Pharmacy colleges and see what thy have to offer.

Great idea. :thumbs:

http://www.aacp.org/resources/student/pages/schoollocator.aspx


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Thanks our university dont have ties us university and am graduated so i am not student any more and this exam is not taking in the universities it is diffrent howver i will search more maybe i will find somthing will help me so thakns for all ur answers

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No idea how it works with you but I am used to University's having assistance for continuing Professional Development and Career placements.

Anyway you want to study in the US for a year and then take the exams. For that you need a F1. An 'approved' College has to issue an I 20 and then you apply for the Visa.

I noticed that there are only 2 Colleges in Colorado that do Pharmacy, more elsewhere obviously.

If you can study locally and then just need to come to the US to take the Exams you can do that on a Visitor Visa. I am sure that would be cheaper.


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