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visa extension for studying...How ?

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visa extension for studying...How ?

Postby mr_poc » 02 May 2012, 21:56

Hi, guys.
I am a Vietnamese student that is taking an internship right at my school til June after a bachelor's degree. My visa will be expired on June,21st. Now I am applying for a Master Degree in other universities. My problem is that their deadlines for admission evaluation are in July and August.
Now I want to extend my visa for studying purpose. How could I do ?
Thanks a lot ^^
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