1Why do I need counselling?
Studying abroad involves a lot of steps and processes. Experienced counsellors know the latest trends & requirements and help make better decisions to ensure you have a smooth transition from here to abroad.
2Will bluehawks help me if I am confused with my specialisation?
Yes. A personalised counsellor will assess your profile and preferences and help you in shortlisting & selecting your ideal course as well as country and university.
3Will bluehawks help me with applying for a VISA?
Yes. You will be assigned a visa advisor who will guide you through the Visa Process and also help you prep with mock visa interviews.
4What are the ways of financing my education abroad?
Apart from securing scholarships, the most common way to finance your education abroad is by taking an education loan. There are some other ways too (depending on various factors), like sponsorships, government grants, etc.

Does every international student in the US get an H-1B Visa after their studies?

No, not every international student in the United States automatically receives an H-1B visa. The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows U.S. employers to temporarily employ foreign workers in specialty occupations.

After completing their studies in the U.S., many international students may apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT), which allows them to work in their field of study for up to 12 months (or 36 months for STEM graduates) after graduation. During this time, students often seek employment with a U.S. employer willing to sponsor them for an H-1B visa.

Obtaining an H-1B visa is a competitive process as the number of available visas is capped each fiscal year. Additionally, the employer must meet certain requirements, and the job must qualify as a specialty occupation. Therefore, not every international student will secure an H-1B visa, and the process depends on various factors such as demand, eligibility, and visa availability. Some students may explore other visa options or return to their home countries after completing their studies.