Visitor Visa interview is the most important part of the entire process of obtaining a visitor visa (also known as tourist visa or B2 visa). Despite having all the documents and meeting all the criteria, visa applications often get refused. Knowing what to expect, and being prepared for the visa interview can mean the difference between visa approval and denial. Below are a few tips based on people's experiences about visitor visa interview preparation.
Don't get nervous with the word "interview". This is not like a job interview. However, it is an important process for you otherwise you wouldn't spend the time and money to appear for the interview. The most important thing that you can carry with you is your self-confidence. Applicants who are well prepared, answer confidently, and have a genuine reason to apply for the visa are usually successful in getting the visa.
The first essential step toward a successful interview is preparation.
Arm yourself with travel medical insurance before you board your flight
Image is often as important as content. What you look like and how you say something are just as important as what you say. So dress up nicely and smile.
Provide to-the-point, clear, and concise answers. Do not provide any information that is not relevant or is not asked. (In many cases, this is where people make a mistake by giving unnecessary details that were not asked for).