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If the consular asks "who earns in your family?", what should I say?
Asked by: anand1220
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Posted on Fri, 19 Sep 2008 01:56:38 GMT
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During a visa interview, if I'm asked "who earns in your family?", what should I say?
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It's your family; how will I know? Generally, parents of a student are the earners and sometimes even the elder brothers or sisters can be earners. Don't think of lying during an interview. Tell them the truth. You don't deserve to study abroad if you aren't genuine. Be true to yourself while applying for visa. There is nothing to lie or cheat.

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