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What should I say if I am asked about my backlogs during a visa interview at the Embassy?
Asked by: anand1220
Answers: 1
Views: 1742
Posted on Wed, 17 Sep 2008 16:05:04 GMT
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I had too many backlogs while I was studying bachelor degree but I cleared by the end of my program. If the interviewer asks why have I got some many backlogs then what should I answer?

Students with backlogs have lower chance of getting a visa. If asked about your backlogs during interview, it is better to say the course you studied wasn’t what interested you, despite having no interest you chose that course so you got a backlog. However, even this answer may not satisfy the consular because they grant visa to genuine students who intend to study. Those who don’t have real interest on studying are usually not granted a visa.

In such type of question, answer that works for one consular may not work for other so be careful to answer the question looking at the situation. Whatever you answer, it should convince the consular that you‘re serious about your studies now and you’ll not get involved in other activities besides studying.

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abhijeet answered 9 years and 6 months ago
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