Fall 17 MS in US – VISA Guide.10.pdf

Fall 17 MS in US – VISA Guide.10.pdf - Step 6 The Real...

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Step 6: The Real Shit: VISA Interview: I really want you to understand this is a smooth process from here onwards, until and unless you want to fuck it up. What I mean to say is, if you have done the above steps perfectly, you shouldn’t have any problem from here onwards too. Remember, you have all proper documents for your interview. All that matters is you keep your cool and manage everything. Stop thinking that the interview is based on luck and that the VO will reject if he is in a bad mood. If your documents are right and if you don’t give a reason to reject, he will approve right away. So if you are rejected, its either because of two reasons, one that you don’t have the right documents or you fucked up bad in the VI. Most probable reasons why people mess up: A. People lie. Don’t do this. Th ey can understand when you are lying. And if caught, it will be entered as a reason why you were rejected and will slimmer your chances the next time you go for a VI.
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