F-1 Student Visa Interview Questions US Student Visa Interview Questions

An F-1 visa is a type of non-immigrant student visa, that permits foreigners to gain an education in the United States. This visa is issued to international students who have been accepted to attend an academic or English Language Program at a university or collect in the US.

If you are planning to go and study in the US, please prepare for F-1 Student Visa interview. These questions will help you give the best answer to Visa Officer. This is a collection of F-1 Visa interview questions.

Schools and Education Background

Why do you want to study in the United States?

Why are you going to study in the United States?

What are your reasons for coming to the US for studies?

What is your university name? What is the name of your university?

Why have you chosen this specific university?

Why did you apply to this university?

How did you hear about his university?

Why did you choose the course you are applying for?

Why have you decided to go to school now?

Do you know any professor or lecturer from that university?

Do you know any alumni from that university?

Which all universities did you apply to?

How many colleges and universities did you apply to?

Where did you complete your bachelor degree from?

When did you complete your bachelor degree from?

What year did you get bachelor degree and from which university?

What is your undergraduate academic GPA or Grade?

Tell us about your education background?

When did you pass your high school or matriculation exam?

Where did you pass your high school or matriculation exam?

How many did you study when you were in high school?

What are your high school subjects?

What was your Roll Number there?

Can I see your high school transcript?

Can you not continue education in your country?

Why are you planning to continue your education?

What are you planning to study?

What will you specialize in your degree?

What will be your major?

Why don’t you do this course in your country?

Why do you choose the United States of America?

Why don’t you choose the Canada or Australia or UK?

What city is your school located?

What are your test scores?

What was your previous GPA?

Have you been to the United States before?

Financial Condition for Studies in US

Who is sponsoring you?

How do you pan to fund entire duration of your education or studies?

Where does your sponsor live? Where does your brother live?

What is your sponsor occupation?

What does your sponsor do?

What kind of business do your sponsor do or own?

Where do he live?

Is he American citizen?

Do you have any relatives in USA?

How much does your school cost?

How will you meet these expenses?

What is tuition fee of the university you wish to study?

What about your living expenses and accommodation fee?

If you are planning to stay in the U.S for 2 to 3 years, how will you finance your education and cost of living?

If you run out of funding in the U.S, what will you do?

Can you show your sponsor Income Tax Return document?

Will you continue your further studies after completing this course?

From your bank statement we can see that several large amounts were currently deposited. Can you explain where all this money came from?

Applicant Current Job and Income

What is your job?

What do you do?

Where do you work?

What do you do for living?

Which company do you currently work for and what’s your role?

How much income do you earn from your job?

What is your current salary?

What is your position there?

What is Pechaung Institute? What does this organization do?

How long have you been working for Pechaung Institute?

What are your role and responsibilities in the organization?

Immigrant Conditions in the US

What will you do after completing your studies? Tell me how you can approve that you are going to come back?

Do you want to really stay in the United States?

Will you come back home during holidays or vacation?

Do you plan on return back to your home country?

Are you sure you won’t stay in the US?

How long do you intend on staying in the US?

Most applicants eventually turn to potentially immigrants. What about you? Will you be returning to your country?

Will you continue to work current employer after you graduate or completion of studies?

Do you plan to work while studying in the US?

When you return home, what kind of job will you get?

What are your plans after graduating?

Do you have any job career you wish to do?

What is your salary amount for this job?

But you could earn more in the U.S? Why don’t you stay and work instead?

General Questions

Why do you seem scared and nervous?

Why should you be given a student visa?

How well do you know education system of the US?

What’s your opinion of the US?

What will you do after graduating?

Considering current US economy, why do you want to go there?

How well do you speak English?

Will you have language and communication issue?

Do you visit other websites related to this visa interview?

Which cities do you wish to travel to in the US?

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