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F1 Visa has been helping students to understand the F1 Visa Process,

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If you are nervous or worried about what they will ask you during the interview and how to answer the

best advice I can give you is to create your best answers.

Financial questions often ask about your parent't jobs, how you will pay for school, how much school costs, about living expenses, and common things relating to your study.  We also train students to answer about living expenses as additional preparedness. 

Depending on your country and culture, talking about parents money may be tricky or difficult.  Some countries students do not know alot about parents actual jobs, and certainly not how much they earn.

Another situation is students not wanting to brag or talk about how well their parents are doing.  This is a mistake. 

I had one student, the parents had a huge factory for processing fish, 14 fishing boats, and were quite rich.  When asked about the dad's job they answered "He is a Fisherman". 

This is a time to make your parent's jobs important and meaningful.  Find their successes. 

Opposite to this situation are students who try and lie to make themselves sound rich

Usually the interviews are short with not may questions. The questions are not predictable at all however most get asked the most important questions.

F1 VIsa Interview has created a form you can fill out your answers.  Then you can practice and improve your answers. 

This is free and you can get it now. 

Normally you will get asked 3-5 questions.

The Upgrade is for Personal Help and a Practice interview for $27.  It is really worth it because you get personal help with answers and an online interview.   All sales are secure and made on

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It is important to understand finances for F1 Visa.  Not just how you will pay for school, but all the costs to get there and understanding how big of a business admissions ad recruiting is. 

First let's look at how much schools cost, tuition and board, and savings of student's families and how this effects the F1 Visa Interview. 

Unofficially my students have been fine documenting the first years costs plus parents having secure and good paying jobs. 

It seems that if the finances are in place then it is not a big issue.  If the finances are not there and there is the first years documentation and a good student, the finances don;t seem to be a strong negative. 

All that being said, if the Visa Officer has any bad feeling, or reluctance during an interview, finances are a very easy way to reject a student. 

In addition, most students can not talk about finances of their families. 

This makes finances a very dangerous topic and question for some students during the interview.

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An important part of the F1 Visa Process is applications, chosen schools, fees, using the Common App, and finding schools that have a better chances of you getting a visa. 

There are over 9000 schools wanting F1 Visa Students and getting accepted is very easy.  Getting an F1 Visa is not. 

Many students use professionals or services to take care of al of these things but to be honest, not all will treat your case individually.  They may have certain schools they work with which may be open enrollment and not offer the best scholarships.

If you are wanting to apply o your own, get the best schools and save money, contact me at:

A fatal error in computing is when something goes wrong and the program shots down, stalls, or terminates without warning.  Most F1 Visa Rejections are like this.  SOmething goes seriously wrong and its the end, a 214(b) Rejection is issued, the Visa Officer says they are sorry and goodbye. 

I do 214(b) Rejection Analysis 

This is where I ask students about what they were asked and said and then try and figure out what went wrong.  In fact this is where i get a lot of the information on how to pass the interviews, by finding out what caused others to fail. 

I really love to do practice interviews and help students find their fatal errors before the interview.  This work is much more fun than after students fail.

Although some cases are difficult to understand because I am not in the room during the interview, the majority are easy to identify answers that the Visa Officer will not like.

These answers can be in any question or topics. The Visa Officers know all about you and your school before the interview and can easily find your weak points.  it is unnerving for students and they often feel depressed and confused. 

You should not feel confused. 

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Practicing something you want to do builds confidence.

That is how one become successful.

Everybody fears the unknown especially if there is an important result that is on the line. 

The F1 Visa Interview has a big impact.

The F1 Visa Interview also is scary because of all the stories we hear about not passing and seeing so many others getting rejected. 

I can tell you though that eing prepared will help you be more comfortable at the interview, less stressed the times before,

and most importantly

be prepared with your best answers.

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Before your F1 Visa Interview

Here is My Advice 

They want the truth. 

The Visa officer wants specific answers that fit what they are looking for International Students studying in the USA.  They keep records of students and what makes them successful.  They also identify what kind of applicants overstay visas or do not do well in school or have money problems.

They want to hear answers that fit a successful profile.

Not your story you have created to prove your case.

Not any story or proof or logical argument.  

Specific Information they know makes for successful

International Students.

Tell them answers they want to hear,

Do not try and convince them of your story. 

Don't get a 214(b). 

Also very important is the schools you apply to, your history, reasons you will return, and how you will pay. 

Lastly is how you look and talk in your 2-4 minute interview.

Don't be overwhelmed but also, don't be unprepared or uninformed.

There is a very important part of the F1 Visa Interview that most do not consider when applying for student status in the USA.  

Section 214(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act

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. 

This USA Law is what the Visa Officers must be sure that the student is not in any way wanting to immigrate.  Of course, the American Dream is the dream of many students, parents of students, and especially family members already in the USA.

There are many reasons that people fail the F1 Interview. 

This is USA law.

See Our 214(b) Rejection Recovery Programs

Is your dream to study in the USA?

More and more universities want to not only have F1 Visa Students.

They want to expand their programs. 

The USA is still viewed as a premium place to study. 

However, there are easier places to get visas and they are also less expensive. 

That is why if you do choose to studying the USA, choose a great school and try and get a scholarship.

f you are worried about how to answer the Strong Ties Questions you should be. 

These are questions such as: What will you do after you study in the USA? 

Why did you chose that major or field to study? 

What will you do after you get your undergraduate degree?

How will what you study help you when you return to your home country? 

Do you want to get a job in the USA? 

How much do people working in the USA earn for this major? 

How much do people earn n your home country for this major?

Have you got family in the USA?   

These are some of the most difficult questions to answer and the answers can get you a rejection if you are not careful and answer correctly.


When you go to your F1 Visa Interview most people are naturally nervous.  Some prepare very well with good advice from professionals, while others soon learn they are not prepared and the professionals advised them incorrectly. 

What you need to understand if you do not pass is was it possible to pass or was your plan not ok.

We made some videos about Interview Day that have helped thousands already. 

Our training for the interview has helped our students to have a very high success rate. 

In order to get an F1 Visa you must have a good plan to study in America, have great answers, and be prepared. 

This is what we do and can help you alot.