An African man, a Nigerian origin who is currently residing in US has shared the reasons why many of his fellow Nigerians and other Africans seeking to study in the United States are denied visa.
Man shares risks Nigerians should avoid to get a United States student visa.
In a number of tweets he made using @MisterNigerD, he said in order to succeed with the visa application is to avoid giving the consular at the US embassy any reason to accept that you will stay in the States after completing your studies.
‘Another big issue to avoid is to say that you will get a job while in holidays in the US. This will definitely get your visa application denied, @MisterNigerD said.
“People are mostly denied student visa because they don’t establish enough ties to their home country. You will get questions like ‘ what are you doing after you graduate ‘ . DONT say you will be trying to get a job abroad.
For those of you going to American embassy for your student visa interview , the KEY to passing is making sure you don’t give a reason for the consular to think you will be staying !
Here are some of the questions you’d be asked and how to answer them.
— Apoti Eri (@MisterNigerD) February 24, 2021
The African man emphasized that someone’s dressing doesn’t affect the visa application process. He also added that self-confidence is very important during the interview.
He stressed that the main objective during the US visa process is to show the consular that you have no intention whatsoever to remain in the States after your studies. After exhibiting such a confidence, your visa application process will be successful.
“F-1 Visa is actually not that hard to get . Interview doesn’t take long and you know right there and there if you got it or not. Go with a mindset that you have NOTHING to lose . It helps with your confidence and makes you less nervous.”
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