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HOW TO PASS THAT STUDENT VISA INTERVIEW

Are you considering enrolling in that cool university or college in the United States of America? or do you want to go for your Master’s program in the U.S? Are you preparing for that Student Interview visa? Then this article is for you.

There are a lot of sob stories involved at the end of Student Visa interviews; I know someone that has been denied a Student Visa twice. Do not let that be your story. I am 100 percent sure that if she had seen this article earlier, there would not have been any problems whatsoever. But guess who is lucky to come across this? you, and all the friends you are going to share this article with.

REASONS MANY VISA APPLICANTS ARE DENIED

There are a number of reasons for denial of F1 Visa to applicants. For those of you who do not know what an F1 Visa is, it is a visa issued to International students attending an academic program in a U.S University or College. Typically, these visas are valid for up to 5 years, but sometimes, they do expire in less than 5 years.

Many F1 Visa applicants are denied either because they are not qualified; that is, not having the right academic records; or they may be indeed qualified, but did not prepare well for the interview. Either way, this article helps you to do just that.

Apart from not being qualified or prepared, many students fail the student visa interview because they were asked questions they did not expect, and of course had no answer to.

DO NOT LET DENIAL BE YOUR INTERVIEW STORY

But do not worry, we have tips and question guidelines for you. Just click the download button, and you are good to go!

Did you find this helpful? SHARE IT with that sibling, friend or neighbour that is preparing for a student visa interview. Have you already been to one? tell us about it in the comments, we love to hear from you!

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