Immigration Interview Questions – Prepare Yourself
That time has arrived, you have been called in for an interview. Don’t be worried, prepare yourself to win. This is your chance to convince the immigration officer that you are worthy of immigrating to this beautiful country.
An Overview of Immigration Interview Questions
In order to obtain citizenship you must pass the immigration interview. Here are some common immigration interview questions one can anticipate encountering:
What will the Immigration Officer ask during the interview?
- They will ask questions to test your knowledge
- They will ask questions about your past
- They may ask about your education
- They may ask about your former immigration history
- They may ask about your spouse and dependants
- They may ask about whether you have a medical or criminal history
During an immigration interview you must always tell the truth. Never lie during an immigration interview, if they catch onto this later you will face chances of being deported back to your home country.
What should I do in preparation for the Interview?
- Arrive early
- Bring all your documentation
- First impression is key- Dress well.
- Show them how confident you are!
If you don’t understand something that the immigration officer is saying be sure to ask! Be confident, and this will take you a long way. As we stated before, first impression is key.
Contact Niren & Associates
Niren & Associates has extensive experience in all matters of immigration and would be happy to help guide you through the tedious process. Feel free to contact our office to speak to a representative.
About Fadi Minawi
Fadi primarily practices in US Immigration Law. He assists with matters relating to business immigration (including: relocation, expansion, investments, and work visas), litigation, admissibility issues, customs forfeitures and other cross-border issues. Fadi is also a criminal defense attorney and can assist with criminal matters in the US. Read more
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