An interview is formal meetings between two people (The Entry Clearance Officer and the Client) where questions are asked by the ECO to obtain information regarding client’s personal, social, economical circumstances, relationship with sponsor, purpose of visit, intentions, duration of stay, ties to their Home Country.
We are providing facility to train our clients for their interview. We make interview easy for our clients.
Tips for a Successful Visa Interview
1) TIES TO HOME COUNTRY
All applicants for visas are viewed as intending immigrants until they can convince the consular officer that they are not. You must, therefore, be able to show that you have reasons for returning to your home country that are stronger than those for remaining in abroad.
"Ties" to your home country are the things that bind you to your hometown, homeland, or current place of residence (i.e., job, family, financial prospects that you own or will inherit, investments, etc).
If you are a prospective student, the interviewing officer may ask about your specific intentions or promise of future employment, family or other relationships, educational objectives, grades, long-long range plans, and career prospects in your home country. Each persons situation is different, of course, and there is no magic explanation or single document, certificate, or letter, which can guarantee visa issuance.
2) SPEAK FOR YOURSELF
Do not bring parents or family members with you to your interview if they are not called. The consular officer wants to interview you, not your family. A negative impression is created if you are not prepared to speak on your own behalf.
3) BE CONCISE
Because of the volume of applications that are received, all consular officers are under considerable time pressure to conduct a quick and efficient interview. They must make a decision, for the most part, on the impressions they form during the first minute or two of the interview. Consequently, what you say first and the initial impression you create are critical to your success. Keep your answers to the officers questions short and to the point.
4) SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENTATION
It should be clear at a glance to the consular officer what written documents you are presenting and what they signify. Lengthy written explanations cannot be quickly read or evaluated. Remember that you will have 2-3 minutes of interview time, if you are lucky.
5) DEPENDENTS REMAINING AT HOME
If your spouse and children are remaining behind in your country, be prepared to address how they will support themselves in your absence. This can be an especially tricky area if you are the primary source of income for your family.
6) MAINTAIN A POSITIVE ATTITUDE
Do not engage the consular officer in an argument. If you are asked to show your documents, you have to show with manners. Your all documents should be genuine, certified and translated in English language, so that ECO can take decision on his/her one sitting.
NOTE:- "THIS INFORMATION IS NOT ENOUGH FOR AN INTERVIEW FOR GETTING VISA. WE HAVE LOTS OF OTHER INFORMATIONS/MATTERS FOR THE PREPARATION/TRAIN FOR VISA INTERVIEWS. KINDLY VISIT OUR OFFICE FOR GETTING FULL INTERVIEW TRAINING AND GET POSITIVE RESULTS."
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