Cool Cali- () • 06/11/2012 05:43:03 AM
I have read many helpful posted experiences in this website. Therefore, I wanna share my own since I have passed my interview on the spot just in the end of May.
My interview was 8 am and I arrived at 7:15. I got called in at 8 and the interview was lasting about 20-30 minutes.
Here are some extremely important tips that I think helped me pass the interview a lot.
1. Dress neat and properly which means you have to give the interviewer a very good impression when he or she first sees you. I personally think a good impression can lead the interview to a successful result.
2. Be calm and confident. Do not show any confusion, hesitation or nervousness. Relax, relax and relax. The more natural you act, the better you are trusted by the interviewer.
3. Bring as many as evidences you can. I did show the interviewer photos, cards, lease agreement and bank statements.
Even the whole interview was longer than I thought but it was pretty relaxing since the interviewer was very nice and friendly. He ased many questions but all of them were very basic questions such as how you guys met? Where do you live now? Where do you work? Also, he spent most of the time just reviewing the I-485 and I-130 which was just the basic info of both parties. So, do not panic! It is not as scary as you think!
I have been there and I know how everybody feels. Well prepared, relax, pray to God every single night ( I did this and I think it worked), be positive!
Best wishes to all of you :)