15.4 C
Nairobi
Friday, July 19, 2024

How to Book Madaraka Express SGR Train Online

The Madaraka Express Passenger Service offers two types of train service each making two round trips a day. The train runs in the morning and...
HomeinstitutionsQuestions Asked at the US Embassy and How to Answer them to...

Questions Asked at the US Embassy and How to Answer them to Get a Visa

Securing a US visa can be a daunting process, with the visa interview being a critical step.

During this interview, the consular officer will ask a series of questions to assess your eligibility and intent to return to your home country.

Knowing what to expect and how to respond can greatly improve your chances of visa approval.

In this article, WoK seeks to address the most common questions asked during the US visa interview, along with how to answer them to prove a legitimate purpose for visiting the United States.

According to a report, common questions asked during a visa interview include finances, duration of stay in the US and time of travel.

In terms of finances, you will be required to provide specific financial proof of how you will fund your trip and where you will stay during your visit.

Additionally, you will also be required to provide the funds you will have available for transportation logistics while visiting the US.

It is important that if you apply for a vacation visa and do not have enough money in your bank account to cover the cost of the holiday, you will be immediately denied.

When it comes to the time of travel, the embassy will want to know when you plan to travel and how you zoned on that specific date.

Countries like the United States and the European Union bloc prefer to ensure that you do not flee the nation.

The proper way to answer this question is to provide proof in writing.

For example, if you want to receive specialized therapy, present a doctor’s referral directing you to seek additional medical care.

On the duration of your stay in the US, the embassy will need to know how long you will be in the nation, which can be done by presenting travel documentation, particularly a return ticket.

Most first-world countries are hesitant to issue visas because many people use them to petition for asylum once they are in the host country.

Additionally, you will be asked if it is possible to complete the purpose of your trip in a shorter amount of time.

 

Lastly, you must persuade the embassy that you are eager to return to Kenya after your tour ends.

This can be demonstrated by displaying the family you are leaving behind, properties, or anything of sentimental importance.

For those pursuing additional education, you must provide a detailed explanation of why you wish to study in that specific country and what your objectives are after graduation.

To guarantee that you are not using a school admission letter as a means to exit the country, you must provide confirmation of who will be funding your study.