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U.S. law sets out many standards under which a visa application may be denied.
More than 2 million US visa applicants are denied every year by embassies and consulates around the world.
Approximately 75% of these applicants are individuals, who did not
prove they would return to their home country or otherwise prove
Consular officers have a difficult job — they are on the front
lines of our fight with terrorism; must deal with fraudulent
documentation submitted in support of visa applications; and have very
little time to interview applicants.
Because of their limited time and resources, it is not surprising
that consular officers frequently make factual mistakes, misunderstand
applicants, make legal errors, and ignore relevant facts and
documentation in reviewing legitimate applications.
The course provides relevant information on the student’s US VISA
process. It is recommended for any individual who has got an acceptance
letter from an institution of the United States, and wants to know about
the ways through which he or she can go through the daunting VISA
process and secure a place in the institution of his or her choice.
These videos will provide all the necessary information related to
the student’s VISA along with the ways through which you can crack the
VISA interview. Our informative video will surely improve your chances
of getting a student VISA, and help you live your dream of studying in
the United States of America.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
What is a student Visa?Preview
Different other types of visaPreview
How to get an US Visa?
Financing- Does financial support matter?
Some critical information about US Student Visa
Student Visa Frequently Asked Questions
How long it takes to get the visa?
|Section 2: Applying for US Student Visa|
The students visa- How to apply?
Paying the visa application fee
Form DS-160 (Guidelines for filling the form)
|Section 3: VISA Interview|
Introduction to Visa Interview
What happens during a visa interview?
Dress professionally - The first impression matters
How important is English proficiency?
|Section 4: Visa Interview Questions and Answers related to Financial Ability|
Proof of financial ability
About your sponsor
Financial stability of your sponsor
What is the source of income of your sponsor?
How to demonstrate the total cost of study?
The money available for you – Determines your financial stability
Third party support can be suspicious
Question regarding cost of education
Will you work while studying?
Scholarship questions – How to answer?
Your bank statements are verified – Answer carefully
How to demonstrate the financial stability of your family?
What if, you have chosen a cost effective college?
|Section 5: Extremely Important - Simple Question - Most Rejections|
Have you been to the United States before?
Why did you choose to study in U.S - What can be the best answer?
Why didn’t you study in your own country?
Do your research on American Universities – It come handy during your interview
Questions that examine your interest- How did you learn about the university?
Course specific questions - Is the course relevant to your previous studies?
Are you updated with your course?
The prospects of your chosen course will be examined – Answer accordingly
Your course structure - How is it important?
Knowing the exact location of the campus – Exhibits your level of interest
The U.S visa process is lengthy- How to prepare?
Can you tell me some good things about the university?
Plan your accommodation in advance
What will be your specialization? - Answer after proper research.
Which other schools have you applied to? – Answer honestly by giving reasons
I have low academic scores- What can be done?
University related Questions – Present skilfully
Situational Questions test your attitude – Answer Confidently
|Section 6: Extremely Imp. - Interview Questions and Answers related to intention to return|
Demonstrating Your career plans can be the best way to convince
Prepare yourself for the cross verification
Documents that can help you strengthen the trust
How to handle trick questions?
Your future plans- Determine your intent to return
Close relatives staying in U.S - Not favourably considered
Strong ties with your home country – can strongly impress
Would you like to come back to U.S again? – How to answer?
Salary related questions can be tricky- Answer carefully
A strong research with proper planning - Validates your authenticity
Internship – Demonstrate your enthusiasm to gain experience/Not financial gain
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