Foreign Chinese students contributed nearly $18 billion last year in tuition and living expenses to the U.S. economy, according to a November report from the Institute of International Education. This statistic shows that not only that China’s improved economy enabled more parents to afford their child’s education in the U.S. but also indicate a possible change to a friendlier attitude among U.S. embassies and consulates in reviewing F1 visas. Hopefully, with more Chinese students coming to study in the US, more jobs will be created and available to faciliate the talented ones to stay and benefit our country, in addition to the economic benefit of hosting foreign students in the US.
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