Natalia Segermeister is inviting students to complete their studies through their scholarship programs. The Dream Act Scholarship is open for the students pursuing post-secondary education in any public, private, or community undergraduate college or university, or in any business school and law college within the United States.
The program is specially enacted to support and inspire the students with interest to make a difference in the lives of immigrants residing in the United States. Natalia Segermeister believes in investing to help these shining stars achieve their educational goals to enhance the future of the country.
Natalia Segermeister provides excellent immigration services and guidance to overcome the immigration issues in Virginia, Washington, Maryland, and DC. The DREAM Act Or Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act was introduced in the year 2001 to enhance the growth and make the lives easier for the foreign aliens and their families looking for opportunities in the US.
Who May Be Eligible?
The eligibility criteria to apply for the Dream Act Scholarship are as follows:
- The students must be enrolled in a community, public, or private undergraduate college or university in the United States.
- Must be enrolled in any business or law school or graduate program in the United States.
- The applicant should have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or more.
- A student should hold a good academic record.
How to Apply
The candidates qualifying according to the eligibility criteria are needed to send their application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All the required documents should be submitted with the form to get considered. Applications must have a subject line that reads: “[Applicant’s First and Last Name] – DREAM Act Scholarship.”
- Candidate needs to submit a professional latest updated resume listing their past professional, academic, and volunteer achievements and experience.
- The candidate needs to submit the current official transcript from their school.
- The students in the first year or graduate need to submit an unofficial transcript from their current college or university and their recent transcript from the previous school.
- The students recently transferred between schools needs to submit the unofficial transcript from the current school and the official transcript from the prior school.
- The applicant needs to submit a well written short 700-word essay or statement on the current immigration reforms and conditions in the US with two ways to improve them.
Natalia Segermeister will be proudly awarding the creative and passionate applicants with $500 who have an eye to make a difference in non-natives lives through their Dream Act Scholarship. The grant is rewarded for helping students in their educational expenses like tuition fees, books, and more.
The application deadline to apply for the Dream Act Scholarship is November 30, 2020.