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The Ultimate Visa Application/Interview KIT

Your Ultimate Guide to Preparing Hard to Deny Visitor Visa Applications and Interviews

How to Prepare Hard to Deny

Visa Applications or Interviews

Your Ultimate Guide to Preparing Hard to deny Visitor Visa Applications and Interviews.

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How to use this report

This report is designed for two types of interview

1) Document Interview - This is the interview where you simply send in your documents and the visa office examines your documents, then decides whether to issue a visa or not or to invite the applicant for an in-person interview

2) In-Person Interview - For this type of interview, you package your application and you sit before a visa officer for an oral interview.

In this report I present tips for preparing your package and then tips for preparing for an in person interview. If the particular country you are planning to visit does not make provision for an in person interview all you will need is the first part of this report.

Introduction - The Visa Officers have reasons for denying visas

When I was preparing to go to Canada to study, I suddenly became aware of the nightmares that people go through to get visas to travel to Europe, Canada and United States of America from developing countries. I heard stories of people who had paid their school fees and were denied study permits or student visas, several people shared their stories of woe about how they went for their visa interviews only for their hopes to be dashed without even spending a minute with the visa officer. I decided to study all I could find on visa interviews and I continued to speak with other people who had been successful with their interviews and I found out that if you are able to prove to the visa officers that you would return to your country after your visit and that you are capable of funding your visit, your chances of getting the visa is greatly increased. With this information, I began to research and find ways to show and convince the visa officer that I would return to Canada after my studies. I also found out that the reasons why many people's applications were denied was not because they were not qualified or that they planned to stay back in Europe or USA after their visit but because they did not know how to effectively convince the visa officer. No one can guarantee that your visa application will be granted, but I can assure you that if you follow the tips discussed in this report, you will be sure that you have done all that you could have done to obtain a visa. Many of my friends and family members that have used these tips have received their visas except in a few cases where it is actually impossible to show that they would return to their country. There are situations that you may be in, that may make it almost impossible to show that you will return to your country, such as a young single unemployed college graduate going to visit a male friend from a developing country. Although this situation may be difficult to prove, it does not mean that you should not apply for a visa, there are times when people with these kind of situations have had their applications approved.

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