How to Make the Visa Interview Process Less Difficult for You

The next time you’re wondering what the hell you’re doing, just take a look at your Visa Interview Questionnaire.

It’s a comprehensive list of every single question on the Visa Questionnaire, and it can be a little overwhelming.

But don’t worry, it’s here for you to help you out.

Let’s break down what you need to know.

1.

How long does it take to apply for a visa?

2.

How many visas can I apply for?

3.

Which countries can I visit in the future?

4.

Can I travel to some of the countries on the visa list?

5.

What countries have a high rate of unemployment?

6.

Can a family member or close friend apply for my visa?

7.

Can my spouse or domestic partner apply for the same visa?

8.

What’s the difference between an N-1 and an N3 visa?

9.

What are the different types of visa?

10.

How much does it cost to obtain an N2?

11.

How will I know if I’m applying for an N1 or N2 visa?

12.

How does the US determine which visas are available to my family members or friends?

13.

Will I be able to take advantage of the same program for my spouse and domestic partner?

14.

Will my spouse be able travel with me on my next visa application?

15.

Does a spouse’s visa entitle me to a reduced fee for travel to the US?

16.

How can I help my spouse get the same type of visa that I can?

17.

What is the difference in the visa waiver program for the US and Canada?

18.

What types of documents are allowed in a visa waiver application?

19.

Can an employer ask for a waiver from a spouse or partner visa?

20.

What do I need to do if I want to work in the US but want to be allowed to work abroad?

21.

What about my spouse, domestic partner, or friend who is visiting the US from abroad?

22.

What happens if I lose my job?

23.

Can you get a refund for your visa application fee?

24.

Can spouses and domestic partners receive a refund?

25.

Can anyone in the U.S. apply for an F1 visa?

26.

Can children of U.s. citizens and permanent residents apply for F1 visas?

27.

How do I get a visa to enter the US under certain circumstances?

28.

Will there be a temporary worker visa?

29.

How are F-1 visas issued?

30.

What type of documents does an F-5 visa require?

31.

What will be the difference when an F5 visa is issued?

32.

What kind of information will be provided when a visa is renewed?

33.

Can employers ask for documentation for their employees?

34.

Will employers be able access information from my passport or driver’s license?

35.

Will the US accept a foreign passport or a passport issued by another country?

36.

Will anyone be able request a US-issued visa for their family members?

37.

Can the US release a spouse, parent, or sibling of a U. of S. citizen?

38.

What if my spouse is an expatriate?

How do we apply for permanent residency?

39.

Can one spouse apply for both an F and a F2 visa simultaneously?

40.

How is permanent residency granted in the United States?

41.

What documents will I need when applying for a green card?

42.

What documentation do I want on my green card application?

43.

What does the green card require?

44.

Will an F visa be issued to spouses and family members of U in-laws?

45.

How far away will an F3 visa take me?

46.

How to get a greencard after obtaining a green Card?

47.

Will F1 and F2 visas be issued only to people with green cards?

48.

How fast can I obtain a green-card?

49.

How would I know that I am eligible for a U visa if I have a green or green card with me?

50.

What information do I have to complete when I apply?

51.

What should I do if my green cards are lost or stolen?

52.

What can I do to prevent a green passport from being revoked?

53.

How old is the limit for a foreign-born child of U citizens?

54.

What the hell is a green pass?

55.

How should I prepare for an interview with the US Customs and Border Protection?

56.

Can US passport holders apply for green cards if they are not U citizens with green visas?

57.

What time do you have to apply?

58.

What other paperwork does my family need to submit to the CBP?

59.

How close can you get to your family before a CBP officer checks you for visa eligibility?

60.

What immigration agency does the United State