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In my case, after formal letter exchange with American Embassy in Italy, a B1 visa was required. Supporting documents to get a B1 visa are listed here: https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/visit/visitor.html And an interview at the Embassy is also nedeed. You'll get asked the purpouse of your visit and other related questions. In my specific case I ...


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There is a strong assumption in the various programs that school-age children go to a guest family and university-age adults live in a student dorm or whatever. Student exchange DAAD You might look into young-adult volunteer programs which are mostly filled with Germans, count endangered birds at the coast or something like that. Some of those are open to ...


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I think you should apply for a student visa, not a Schengen visa. Schengen visa is for short stays only, usually with the main purpose of tourism. A different visa applies for those who plan to study in the EU. :)



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