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As part of your F1 Visa application, you will go through an interview process.Some of the questions you should expect to encounter are as follows:
Why are you going to the United States? What will you specialize in for your degree? What will be your major?
Where did you go to school now? What do you do for a living?
Why are you planning to continue your education? Can you not continue your education in your home country? Why choose the United States of America? Why not choose Canada or Australia?
How many colleges did you apply to? How many schools did you get admitted to? How many schools rejected you?
Do you know your professors at that university? What are their names? What city is your school located?
Have you been to the United States before?
What are your test scores (GRE, GMAT, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS)? What was your previous GPA?
How do you plan to fund the entire duration of your education?
How much does your school cost? How will you meet these expenses?
What is your sponsor’s occupation?
Do you have any brother/sister?
Have you got any loans? How do you plan on repaying your loan?
Will you come back to home during vacations/ holidays?
Do you have relatives or friends currently in the US?
What are your plans post-graduation? Do you have a job or career in mind after you graduate?
Do you plan on returning back to your home country? Are you sure you won’t stay in the US? Will you continue to work for your current employer after you graduate?
Why should you be given a student visa?
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