Q: If you are working, you may be asked: Did you take leave?
A: “Yes, I have accumulated _____ leave over the past years.”
Q: Your income is not enough to support international travel. What do you plan to do?
A: “My son/daughter is sponsoring my visit. He/she will take care of all my expenses for this trip.” Carry appropriate documents.
Q: If you run a business, you may be asked: Who will look after your business in your absence?
A: “I have arranged for ____person to take care of my business in my absence” or “My partner will take care of it.”
Q: When did you retire?
A: Give the true answer. “I retired in month and year.”
Q: How much pension do you get?
A: Give the true answer. “I get Rs ___ pension annually.”
Q: What assets/property do you have in India?
A: “I have whatever property/assets you have, for example a house or two shops, etc. in India.” If you have property or immovable assets in India, do mention them during the interview – it will be seen as a reason to return.
Q: Who will take care of your property in India while you are gone?
A: “We have made arrangements with relatives/friends to take care of our property for the duration of our visit to U.S.”
Q: Can I see your Business/visiting card?
A: If you have a card, show it. If not, say you don?t have one.
Q: Do you have a credit card?
A: Give the true answer, yes or no. If yes, show it.
Q: Will you work in the US?
A: “No, I am going for tourism and sightseeing. I have no intentions or reasons to work in the U.S.”
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