01-04-2005, 04:57 PM
undefinedundefined I was an exchange student in the US for a year. Now, i have already got my I-20 from the community college in Oregon. There is a person who is going to pay for my tuitions and books. And, on the form it is not shown any living expenses and it is written that i will be staying with a host family, which i have stayed before. President of the college granted me out-of-state tuition instead of international tuition, and it is said in the I-20 too. Should i also get a letter from my host family to show the consular that i will be staying with them, should their financial status be shown too? I mean, they are not paying for the college. Should I get a letter from my sponsor, who is paying it all from his pocket, a letter to be shown to the consular acknowlidging that he is really paying and should there be papers showing his financial status? What are my chances of getting a visa?