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Thread: Visa Interview

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    Hi Everyone, I am Based In the UK
    I have my visa interview next month April for an immigrant visa,does anyone know what sort of questions the ask.

    Thanks in advance

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    Hi Everyone, I am Based In the UK
    I have my visa interview next month April for an immigrant visa,does anyone know what sort of questions the ask.

    Thanks in advance

  3. #3
    Which category of visa

  4. #4
    The Consular Interview
    Before the issuance of the INS fiance visa, there will be an interview with a consular officer. The interviewing officer will question the beneficiary to determine eligibility for the visa benefit that has been requested. These are not trick questions. The questions and answers are very straight forward. There is no reason to be flustered or nervous. The interviewing officer is not trying to trick your fiancé(e) into giving him an answer to deny the visa. The interviewing officer will go over the information contained in the petition and the visa application. If there are inconsistencies in the documents, then the consular officer will want explanations to resolve these inconsistencies. The consular officer may ask for letters and pictures or other items to verify the validity of the relationship. The key concept here is love and the desire of the petitioner and beneficiary to spend the rest of their lives together. The following are some questions that your alien fiance may hear at the interview for the INS fiance visa at the consulate. Some of the questions will be based on the consulate's knowledge of the customs of the country where your fiancé(e) lives.


    What are your fiance's hobbies and interests?

    What are your hobbies and interests?

    What does your fiancé(e) do for a living?

    What do you do for a living?

    Do you know if your fiancé(e) was married before?

    Does he have any children?

    Will there be a problem with the children from his other relationship?

    Did you know that your fiancee was divorced in 199-?

    Does this matter to you?

    Where do you plan to live in the United States?

    When and how did you meet your fiance(e)?

    How long have you been corresponding with your fiance(e)?

    Do you have any wedding plans? Are you planning to have children?

    What is your fiance(e)'s religious background?

    What is your religious background?

    Does your fiancé(e) speak and understand your language?

    Do you speak and understand your fiance(e)'s language?

    How do you two communicate?

    Why do you want to come to the United States?

    Why do you want to marry the Petitioner? HINT-" Because I love him and want to spend the rest of my life with him."

    If there is a language difference, then how DO you communicate?
    During one interview I attended, the interviewing officer could not understand how a Thai speaking no Vietnamese and a Vietnamese speaking no Thai could possibly be together. The answer was simple- they were both of Chinese ancestry and could communicate in Chinese. Another answer that I thought was cute was- "Her smile says a thousand words to me." At the conclusion of the interview, your fiance(e) should be approved. She will then be able to make arrangements to travel to the United States.



    Check this link out ... here is preparation of all kinda visa interviews ... good luck...Pasha

    http://www.ins-fiance-visa.com/ins-f...-consular.html

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