You are probably wondering how you will fare at the Embassy interview and what it looks like in general. We are here to help you and give some useful tips for this event.

Remember that a conversation at the embassy is NOT a JOB TALK! It is true that this is not a job interview, but it requires some preconditions for you to show yourself as well as possible. First of all, the dress code is very important, so pay attention to that. Dress decently, be clean and tidy. As far as the conversation itself is concerned, it is important that you show and prove that you are a good and full-time student, that you are diligent and that you pass your exams regularly. Previous work experience is not crucial, but if you are asked about it, feel free to say what you have done so far. Be cheerful and smiling. Nobody likes to see a frown.

Learn what job awaits you in the US! It is very important that you get detailed information about your future job and employer, and this means that you do it before you sign a business offer. At the embassy, ​​that knowledge will be of great importance to you, because they will most likely ask you something about it.

Pass as many exams as possible before going to the embassy! If you haven’t already done so, then sit down urgently and warm up your chair! If you are in master’s studies or other postgraduate studies, and you do not have exams in that period, EXPLAIN TO THEM HOW IT WORKS! Tell them a little about what topics your studies cover and what lies ahead of you when you return.

Good knowledge of English is not crucial! It can only help you get along better in conversation. If you don’t know anything to speak in this language, take a class at our school. There you will be best prepared for an interview at the embassy.

It is important to know which is your sponsoring  agency! This item is important mostly for your own sake. Upon arrival in the US you have 7 days to report that you have arrived, and if you have any problems or concerns, the sponsor is there to meet you. The sponsoring agency is required to take care of you while you are in the United States.

Here are some specific questions you may be asked at the embassy interview:

– Are you a full-time student?

– What college are you studying at? What year are you?

– How many exams have you passed in the last 6 months?

– Who finances you?

– What do your parents do?

– How many hours a week do you spend on lectures and exercises?

– What are you going to do in the US? Who will be your employer?

– Do you have relatives in the United States?

They may also ask you questions about your rights and the rights of workers in America.

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