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Will the consular check my financial documents only during a visa interview?
Asked by: faraz
Posted on Thu, 3 Jul 2008 21:07:34 GMT
I heard that while applying for student visa in Pakistan, American Express submits only forms & I-20. So student will take there all necessary documents with him to interview. I'm not understanding - at the time of interview, which is 5 to 10 minute long, how is it possible for a consular to study the six month bank statement, all academic papers, and other documentations? So please inform me about this.
During a visa interview, the consular briefly checks all your documents and collects information to verify if you’re eligible to study in USA. The consular usually looks carefully at academic and financial documents to check whether you’re genuine student willing to study in USA or not. The consular tries to figure out if you’ll get involved in full-time jobs and also searches for the reasons for which you’ll return back home after your studies. You may be asked some cross questions regarding your documents. It is highly possible to be asked about reasons why you’ve selected respective course and university.
Kumar answered 9 years and 1 month ago
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