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 In Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Nathia Gali is home to St. Matthew’s Church. For three generations, a Muslim family has taken care of the church.

 It includes a specially constructed rectory, lodgings, a stairway, and an antique piano. It was built entirely of cedar wood in 1914 and was designed by Colonel Hope Waddell Kelsall.

Most of these churches, especially those in Dungagali, Ayubia, and Murree, were constructed in the Gothic style. Most people agree that the church in Nathiagali is the mountainous location of worship that is photographed the most. It provides a panoramic perspective and various photo opportunities to the tourists looking for entertainment nearby with its wooden building, which is perpetually painted in black and has a towering spire. The watchman currently resides in the modest rectory that is located behind the main hall. The kind guard usually allows the visitors into the church.

The place is still well-known among domestic Christians who travel there for picnics. The majestic ancient church in Ayubia, which has a purpose-built rectory, a few accommodation spaces, an antique iron stairway leading to an attic, and even an old piano, must have operated as a comprehensive administrative setup during its glory days.

Pakistani students applying to colleges in the United States become experts in filling out documents by the end of the process. Are you done with the Common App? Did you get accepted into a US college? The hustle to make your dream come true does not end there, you must go through the struggle of applying for a student (F1) visa to the United States.

We are here to make it a little easy for you by this step by step guide.

First thing to do: Email your college regarding the I20 form. Students applying for a visa require this form from their college before filling out anything else.

I20’s differ according to the college you applied to but this is the information it usually entails.

After this: Many people get confused where to go to fill out the forms and get remaining information. Go to this website:

For an international student, the visa application is an expensive process. You will need to pay two types of visa fees:

  1. SEVIS: The Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) is an Internet-based system that tracks F, M, and J visa participants (and their family

members) from the time they receive their initial documentation (either an I-20 or a DS-2019) until they graduate/leave school or conclude/leave program. You will go here and pay the SEVIS fee: (Remember to take a screenshot of proof of payment)

  • Visa Fee to the Pakistan Embassy – you will do this after completing other steps of the application.

Next and the most important step is to fill out your DS-160 form, you can find the form and extra help by accessing this website:


Once you have completed the DS-160 form and paid the Sevis Fee, you will go to schedule your appointment.

On the official website for applying for a visa, you will see this on the left hand side:

Click schedule my appointment and it will direct you to the form you need to fill. One of the steps of booking your appointment is paying the Pakistani visa fee. You will have to go to any Allied Bank branch and pay your visa fee after which you can schedule your appointment!

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