Preps for U.S. VISA Interview at American Embassy Consulate
U.S. Embassy Consulate conducts interviews of U.S. VISA Applicants to accept or reject their American VISA applications. So for those preparing for a U.S. VISA Interview, this article is going to be very helpful.
How many times you can apply for U.S. VISA?
After U.S. VISA denial by American Embassy, an applicant can re-apply for an American VISA anytime. There is no cap on the number of times one can apply for a U.S. VISA. If a candidate is rejected for a U.S. VISA then the ideal thing would be to focus and work on the reasons that might cause U.S. VISA rejection.
So, are you planning to apply for a US VISA to enter the United States? If so, you will likely be required to attend an interview at the U.S. embassy in your country. Preparing for this interview can be tricky, but you can make it through without any problems with the right information.
Types of U.S. VISA’s for Application
Whether you’re a student looking to study in the United States, a business person seeking to expand your company, or just a curious traveler wanting to explore America, you’ll need to know about the different types of visas available. Each type of visa has specific requirements and restrictions that must be met for you to be eligible. We’ve listed the types of U.S. Visas.
Treaty Investor Visa
US Work Visa
Transit/Ship Crew Visa
Exchange Visitor Visa
Religious Worker Visa
US Student Visa
Journalist and Media Visa
Treaty Trader and,
Domestic Employee Visa
In this blog post, we will provide some tips on preparing for your U.S. embassy interview.
Preparing for U.S. VISA Application and Interview
The following are some of the most important guidelines to follow when submitting an application for U.S. VISA and preparing for a U.S. VISA Interview:
1# Gather all required documents
You need to bring the following items to the interview; an appointment letter – The letter of interview invitation you received from NVC. And a passport – A valid passport for at least six months beyond the date of proposed entry into the United States.
2# Schedule U.S. Embassy Interview
Follow these five steps for a U.S. embassy interview.
Online completion of the DS-160 form
The DS160 requires the following information: SEVIS-ID, a digital photo that passes passport criteria, camp name, and address, your U.S. Stay schedule/details (If you have already made travel arrangements.), and information about the last five U.S. visits.
Find the nearest embassy to you.
Pay application cost.
Schedule your visa appointment
Attend Your Visa Interview
3# Dress appropriately for the U.S. embassy interview
Try to avoid dressing too formally. As long as your attire is neat and clean, you will be OK.