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Many are nervous and confused about what will happen.
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Explanation of what we offer students just like you:
Learning: A complete UDEMY course to help you understand everything about creating your answers for the interview. It is amazing and will hopefully save you from making fatal errors that can be avoided. We will identify your fatal errors before you make them.
Master F1 Visa Answers Course
Coaching: I help you to understand your situation and develop a strategy that will be your best chance at success. You answer questions naturally and I help improve them to what successful students do and the Visa officer needs to grant you your F1 Visa. Your answer must be honest and good. YOu can avoid making fatal errors and improve performance.
F` Visa Interview Coaching
214(b) Rejection Analysis: If you fail the F1 Visa Interview and get a 214(b) rejection, I will work with you to determine what happend and likely causes of your failing. You must change what you do in a 2nd interview. This is a very important and valuable analysis to help you improve and avoid fatal errors you are not aware of....
214(b) Rejection Analysis
F1 Visa Mock Interview; This is a simulation of an interview. You will dress and act as if it is a real interview. I will ask you questions to see how you perform and find your weak points and fatal errors.
F1 Visa Interview Questions and Problems Answering
Simple questions can be difficult to answer if you don't understand what is needed
1. Why did you choose this college? Did you choose? What do you know about colleges?
2.What will you do after you graduate? Working in your own country probably will pay less, much less.
3. Where will you live? Students who live with family may be more likely to work.
4. Why don't you study in your country? It cost much less. Why is the USA better? (at your school)
5. What is your mothers/fathers job? Be Proud. Jobs must match savings and declared resources. The Visa Officer knows what is normal.
6. How much does it cost to study? Cost can be as high as $150,000 to get a degree. A family can buy real estate and provide lifetime income for their child for that money in their home country.
7. What job will you you do after graduating? I often have students who study accounting. Accounting in the USA is not the same as other countries. Why sill this help you at home?
They are very straightforward questions,
But often not easy and simple to answer.
Everybody who has gotten a 214(b) rejection and has failed the interview knows this.
Problems and Weakness in Answers
It is not simple because either there is not a clear understanding of what the USA Government wants to know about an F1 Visa Student, or the student is hiding something or not being 100% honest.
Another possibility is students (many) who do not understand but trust a service to tell them what to do. Some services do not know.
When there is a weakness it is normal to create logic to support that part of your application during the interview to hide your weakness or not say what you really want to do.
The problem is that when answering students get nervous and show signs of nervousness or lying which the Visa Officer is very capable of identifying.
They may think that you are nice but something is wrong. Remember the law says that you want to stay in the USA so anything that is different will cause them to fail you.
Everyone can make their best answers for these questions. The Visa officers have heard it all.
What the Visa Officer and Embassy needs:
- Clear and easy to understand answers.
- Honest, personal and believable
The Visa Officer (VO) wants to hear answers that are easy to understand and believable.
The VO wants your answers, the truth, not memorized answers.
Finances, Strong Ties, and Choice of Schools are the most difficult for most difficult.
Some families create fake contracts to show a lot of income. Unfortunately the Visa Officers know how much is normal to earn.
What the Visa Officer Knows:
They also know the culture of the country. On country I work with it is typical for people to have low amounts in savings accounts but own land. Houses, land, and more. I know families that borrow a lot of money the week before the interview.
The Visa Officer sees that this is a new deposit and an unusually high amount of money for that country. Then they see the people do not own land and think something is not right.
Strong Ties F1 Visa Answers
- One of the hardest topics.
You or your family will spend maybe hundreds of thousands of dollars to study abroad.
Would they do this so you can come back and help people?
How many people that don't have a lot of money spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to help others?
How many rich people spend a lot of money to help people?
How many people want to give away money that could help their family to others, or spend time where they can earn big money working for less?
Never forget that wages in the USA can be much higher than in your home country for the same work. Why would anyone work for $10,000 a year when they can work for $150,000 a year and send money home?
Finances and F1 Visa Answers
Finances: Many students are getting help from family or borrowing money, or another way to raise funds.
Typically in the USA, parents pay for school. Around the world it is common for other family members to help, especially if they are already in the USA.
The Visa Officer knows that having family already in the USA creates a situation where you may want to stay forever, or you have the opportunity to work while studying in jobs not sanctioned by the school.
Choice of Schools F1 Answers
Choice of Schools: Most students do not know the difference between schools but there is a huge difference. Most do not understand about the quality of the I-20 however the Vis Officer can infer many things by looking at this simple form.
They know all about schools. Open Enrollment, Percentage of Foreign Students, Staff to Student Ratios, Amount of students that are successful after graduating, how many students are caught working illegally, funny costs that take advantage of International Students, Schools mostly serviced by commissioned services....and the list goes on. Are you surprised?
Is your dream to study in the USA?
- Do you want to study there or remain in the USA?
Learn the reasons students practice trying to convince the Embassy and usually it is not successful.
Making up stories and not answering directly will cause you to fail.
What the Government of the USA is Interested in Knowing about You.
The government tries to determine if students want to immigrate and stay in the USA
or want to study temporarily and go home.
In some ways this is a "game" because many F1 students intend to stay and work in the USA. It is not a game though and must be approached very seriously and methodically.
Knowing what to say and exactly how to say it will help your chances of getting a visa.
- You must prove you are a real student and going to study.
- You must have good reasons to go home.
- You should not intend to work in unauthorized jobs.
- You must have the finances to pay for school.
- You will return to your home country.
Are F1 Visas Difficult to Get or Easier to Get?
Our students who fit the qualifications still find it easy.
This can depend on your country of origin and your application.
Are engineering and math the only subjects that are assured of getting visas?
Surprisingly these STEM subjects are decreasing while arts, business, others are getting visas that in the past were more difficult. This is great news!
STEM students achieve measurable results on standardized tests. Other fields are more difficult to quantify although achievements can be identified, just more subjective. I am glad to see more different majors being pursued. In many ways the approval of STEM students was confusing. The mandate was to have students return whereas the students accepted are the most desired by American companies.
!00% for sure, STEM students are very successful at getting F1 Visas, Schools seek out STEM students.
More STEM students from India are going to China. Other countries such as UK, Finland, Ireland, and Canada are recruiting more students. They are less money and appear more stable places for International Students.
USA may still be the best because of opportunities and quality. Find out more here.
Is there hope after being rejected?
Depends on where you are.
Depends on why you failed.
If you have gone to your interview and do not get a visa they give you a sheet of paper called a 214(b) rejection. This means they thought you wanted to immigrate (stay in the USA) and not return to your home country. What most students do not realize is that every applicant is considered an immigrant. You must prove to the Visa Officer (VO) that you are not an immigrant.
There are other reasons like your choice of school, finances, your study history...
How you look, answer, your English Skills or Lack of English, if you appear like you would be a success in USA....
USA Law = All applicants are considered to be potential immigrants.
See Our 214(b) Rejection Recovery Program
What should you do after being rejected?
There are many reasons to fail the F1 Visa Interview. Some are due to your specific application. Others may be how you act during your short (2-4 minute) interview. Usually your application and I-20 from the school may have flaws or are of low quality.
`Number one thing to do is find out why you failed, or find out as much information as you can (We Do This Service = 214(b) Rejection Analysis.
No one has information from the Visa Officer or Embassy as to the exact reason.
We use information from thousands of interviews both accepted and rejected and find fatal errors.
Not all I-20 forms are the same and some are much better than others.
No way for you to know but professionals and Visa Officers know.
How about the school you get your I-20 from. Open Enrollment? Percentage of International Students?
There are many reasons that people fail the F1 Interview.
Find out what you did wrong. 214(b) Rejection Recovery
Find Your fatal Errors.
Create Your Best Answers.
Now you can get the most common questions asked, I will review and help you create better answers, and then you can study and practice and have a "Mock Interview" and see how you perform. After the interview you will get additional advice and tips to improve. This will help find your fatal errors and hopefully help you pass the interview and get a visa.
There are many little things that I can help you improve, and save you from big fatal errors.
Information about F1 Visa "Mock Interview".
After compiling thousands of answers to each question taught me to identify fatal errors. Can you pass with fatal errors? Not usually. The Visa Officer is trained to spot them and they are usually very obvious to everyone except students with no experience in the F1 Interview. Remember, this is your first interview. The Visa Officer as had thousands and more.
I will help you find, understand, and fix fatal errors.
Learn everything about the F1 Visa Process.
Knowing what the different factors are that create an application and interview that is most likely to get you avisa is not available. Every aspect of from applying to schools, preparing paperwork, identifying fatal errors, what other do to pass the interview is in these courses. Each has many lessons, They are really great and complete. Many have paid up to $299 dollars for just one of these. Now you can get all of them for a huge discount.
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My Best Advice
Students wanting to study in the USA must apply to schools, receive an I-20 Form, file a DS-160 form online to schedule an F1 Visa Interview. Don't Be Overwhelmed or Confused. Be Careful.
This sounds a little complicated but it is all actually very easy except the F1 Visa Interview.
There are many easy ways to do all this you can learn in the courses.
When you write or think of your answers:
They want to hear answers they like, not your story.
Tell them answers they want to hear,
do not try and convince them of your story.
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