Depending on the type of visa you are requesting, the questions can be different. See our visa specific question and answer guides below.
Visa-specific interview questions:
- USA Visitor Visa Interview Questions
- H1B Visa Interview Questions
- H4 Visa Interview Questions
- L2 Visa Common Interview Questions
Question: Why do you want to go to the US?
Answer: Give the reason for your visit to the US. For example, if you are going on an H1B visa, you can say “I will be working for XYZ company”. If you are applying as a dependent, you can say that you are accompanying your spouse to the US. If you are parents going to visit your children, you may answer that you are visiting your children.
Question: For how long will you be in the US?
Answer: Provide the length of your trip.
Question: Do you have any relatives in the US?
Answer: Answer truthfully, yes or no.
Note: Do not give details of other relatives unless they ask first.
Question: Who will pay the expenses for your trip?
Answer: Provide the answer based on your visa type and financial situation. If it is a sponsored trip, say your sponsor will pay the expenses.
Question: Do you need an interpreter?
Answer: You may ask for an interpreter if you are having trouble understanding the consulate officer during the interview due to language barriers.
Question: Have you ever visited any other country?
Answer: Answer truthfully, yes or no. If the answer is yes, be prepared with details of any previous overseas trips.
Question: What do you do?
Answer: Share your current employment status and details.
Question: Where will you stay in the US?
Answer: Provide the address in which you will be staying in the US. Be sure that your answer matches the details provided on your visa application.
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