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U.S.A Study visa process: How to handle the U.S visa interview?

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Any Body have Past Experience of USA Study Visa Interview Question

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hi everyone my name is freaking so many and I’m here at the U.S Visa process are so the first and foremost thing that you would do when you arrive at the U.S Visa the consulate is make sure you have your documents and all the necessary information with you are there would be a line and a procedure to get to the interview on counter,
and once you're the interview counter the there would be of his office so that you would meet up with and he or she would be asking you several questions regarding your U.S visa application are one of the most important things that you need to do is to make sure you're not nervous or you're not very are you don't look very scared or you don't look very what you are paranoid because you know those are some other things that are trained to look at us but be mostly the u-visa are interview processes not going to be a very tough thing.

it's probably gonna be over before you know it maximum it might take not more than five minutes there are several things that you should remember that before you and so the questions and of course some of those are questions that you might be potentially get that you potentially get asked it's good to prepare that in advance and head to the consulate are most of the questions are going to be related to your visa our application.

if you are for example of applying for a student visa the movies officers gonna be asking questions regarding the student application are we not examples of questions could be which university are applying to what was your major that it couldn't be that you can be selecting while you're there are you know me probably the name of your professor who might have recommended you are selected you are one of the most important things is that may not be very precise and to the point and listen very carefully at what the questions that have been asked to you are if in case you don't understand the question or you didn't hear the question properly it's always good idea to be courteous and ask the bees officer for the questions.

again so for example if you don't understand a question you can ask them in a very polite manner saying that you didn't understand the question could you please repeat that again r & more most of the times the questions are framed in such a way that you would have an answer for it it's not going to be anything out of the blue or auto there you know very random questions that has nothing to do with your application are and in the end you know just and the officer and then you know once you've been approved for the visa the officer would say that you know he or she would be sending the possible.

with your address and the processes are done you just have to wait for the passport just to the point of how you would want the visa interview are you don't have to worry about wearing a suit or tie it's not a job interview process you're not going to be just by the way are you look but obviously it's a good idea that you know you dress in a very decent manner may be either a business casual or a smart casual should should do it do anything offensive don't make it.

look like you're not serious about what you're planning to do or we know what you that you're not really bothered about it I don't wear any sort of printed shorts that have sentences or anything written on it arm and again especially make sure that they're not offensive.

because sometimes what you might find tolerant might not be you know they might not find that in this in the same way as what you think are some of the best of the best and i think the most of the day. I think the best way to do go up go about without having any sort of issues are just to you know have the you know go as a business casual or as a smart casual and of course the only shots don't make it look like you're going to play or you know we're going to play

sports or something and you should dress in a way that the visa interview officer things that you know you're pretty serious guy and you're applying for the US visa are for a reason and not just hire you not to have a good time are going there for fun yeah

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one suggestion - never ever try to lie to the officer. If they don't know everything about you by the time you arrive at the Embassy, they will know more when you enter the country...receiving a visa doesn't mean granting the entrance to the US.
Even as a green card holder, I can be refused entrance to US. It is that serious to be honest with them.

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mvictor wrote:
one suggestion - never ever try to lie to the officer. If they don't know everything about you by the time you arrive at the Embassy, they will know more when you enter the country...receiving a visa doesn't mean granting the entrance to the US.
Even as a green card holder, I can be refused entrance to US. It is that serious to be honest with them.


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