#immigration interview questions
Immigrant Visa Interview
On the day of the interview, the applicant must bring all of the documents specified in the Instructions Package for Immigrant Visa Applicants (applicable only for Standard Review Posts. Appointment Review Posts candidates would have already sent them to NVC) and Appointment Package for Immigrant Visa Applicants and appear at the consulate at the time specified.
Even though you have an approved petition, you still require a personal interview. The face-to-face interview by a Consular officer is a critical element in the U.S.’ effort to balance the goals of welcoming legal immigrants while identifying persons who may not be eligible to enter the U.S. It is a key element in the effort to preserve a free and open society, prevent immigration fraud, and ensure the safety and security of all who reside in the U.S.
Review all your paperwork before the interview. Review the questions and answers on all the forms and documents that you and your sponsor have submitted so far. Review the dates of your visits to different places, the financial figures, and your immigration history. If there have been any changes or if you have noticed any errors since filing out the forms previously, be prepared to explain the changes and provide documents confirming the new information, as appropriate.
Take a fine point pen with you as the normal ball point pen doesn’t work properly while signing on the photograph.
Dress neatly, professionally, and even conservatively. Don’t wear T-shirts or jewelry with slogans or symbols that might make the officer wonder about your lifestyle or morals. However, don’t overdo like wearing a tie covered with American flags or keep making comments about how great the USA is, how you would be a member of a great society.