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After getting Admission from US Universities, It’s the time for attending Visa Interview.

What is Visa?

First things first – the word VISA is not an acronym.

Then What is meant by VISA in our context. Visa is an endorsement made by an authorized representative of one country upon a passport issued by another, permitting the passport holder entry into or transit through the country making the endorsement.

The term “visa” is a shortening of a Latin phrase, carta visa, which means “the document has been seen.”

When looking at a visa, One should be able to tell what type it is, how long it is good for, and whether or not multiple entries are permitted.

Specific restrictions may implied automatically to visas, generally indicated by the class of visa. For example, people with tourist visas are generally not permitted to work.

In some cases, a visa is issued by immigration officials when someone crosses a border into a new country known as Border Visa. In other instances, people must apply for one before traveling.

When applying for visa before traveling, one need to submit an application form and also have to attend for a personal visa interview in order to get visa (as in the case of USA). In other cases people may submit documents personally without attending for any Interview and may get the visa approved or denied through post only.

Personal Visa Interview

During the Visa Interview generally a one-to-one process, the applicant may be asked to prove his purpose of visit, has enough money to survive and meet the expenses as per the visa class applying, for the entire duration of the visa, and Who is sponsoring, about family’s economic affordability, annual incomes and savings, education profile, and most importantly is there any immigration intention is lurking somewhere in the answers etc, basing on which a decision can be made – Either Visa Approved or Denied or sometimes kept pending for further process.

All visa applicants are required to get fingerprinted and photographed for security and authenticity reasons.

Visa Application may be denied for any number of reasons. Visas will be denied to people who could potentially strain the system of the country they are visiting: for example, someone without having enough money to get by, someone seem to be confused and not fulfilling visa class requirements might be denied a visa out of concern that he or she could rely on public assistance for help or may become concern to the public of that country, if visa is given.

And above all Potential Immigrancy plays an important role in visa getting denied. Potential immigrancy means, Visa officer may feel, once given visa the applicant may not leave their country and try to stay there forever for living purpose.

Every Visa category application will have certain requirements to fulfill and certain procedures to follow. Lets examine each and every aspect of US student visa in detail.

Important :

A visa does not guarantee entry to the United States. A visa simply indicates that a U.S. consular officer has determined that you are eligible to apply for entry to the United States for a specific purpose and the Visa stamped on your passport allows you to travel to a USA port of entry, airport or land border crossing, and request permission of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Inspector to enter into the U.S..

DHS/CBP Inspectors, who are guardians of the USA borders at various port of entries, are responsible for admission of travelers to the USA, for a specified visa status (visa category) and length of the duration to stay in USA with a simple interview.

At times, if DHS/CBP Inspectors may deny permission to travelers if they are not satisfied with traveler’s answers or due to any security reasons and deport the traveler from that particular port of entry.

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