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What Are the Best Universities for International Students with Computer Science Degrees? Do you want to study computer science at one of the world’s best universities but are not sure whatsoever? We just got you covered. Here in this article, we will have a quick look at the world’s best computer science programs that would […]

If you are a student studying in the US and have not yet purchased a reliable cell phone plan, you are missing out on a huge opportunity! Thankfully, cell phone plans in the US have become more affordable since the early 2010s, as a result of ever-rising stiff competition. This is perhaps why today you […]

What is an International Bank Card/ Forex Card? A Forex card is similar to a prepaid ATM card, which lets you withdraw money from an ATM in a foreign country, in their local currency. When you purchase a forex card, you need to top up the card with at least a minimum balance in Indian […]

As a non-U.S. citizen working on a work permit like H1B, L1A, L1B or O Visa or an Employment Authorization Document (EAD), one needs to follow a few mortgage guidelines along with the minimum base qualification requirement, to qualify for Conventional or FHA loan. The Base Qualification Requirement Minimum 2 years of credit history in […]

Capital One Auto Navigator helps you prequalify for auto financing even before you visit the participating dealer. The idea is to provide your unique information and get your information reviewed, to determine whether you prequalify for an auto finance or not. The best part is that it does not impact your credit score in any […]

Happy times are here. You have finally received an acceptance letter from your dream university in the United States and you are busy celebrating it with your friends and family. But, then, in between, someone asks – where are you going to live? Well, that’s when the whole trouble starts. You cross-checked, and your university […]

Every year, bright and eager international students from all over the world move to the United States to make the country their new home. Adapting to life in America can be quite perplexing, especially when it comes to concepts that are foreign to you — like building credit as an immigrant. In this article, we […]

Weddings are magical events, but we all know they can be expensive. If you’re living in the U.S. as an immigrant or visa holder, you might have family in India whose wedding you want to pay for or contribute to. If you don’t have the necessary cash, though, don’t worry. You can get a loan […]

US resident aliens, like US citizens, are entitled to claim equal deductions and are also allowed to use a similar filing status. But what are these deductions? Read on to find out! Tax Benefits That an H1B Visa Holder Can Claim Below are the H1B visa tax deductions, exemptions, and credits available to H1B visa […]