Today was my experience in Delhi and here is how it went.
Before the interview-
I had to fill my DS160 twice as I had made a mistake in birth place. You can fill it as many times as you want. You also need not link it to your confirmation. When you go to VAC they will link it themselves. You just need to tell them which DS160 you need to consider. So it is a hassle free process. Pls dont go with any mismatch with your passport. For people going to Delhi, no need to carry any photos as it will be clicked in VAC.
15 mins process. Go at the designated time to VAC, they will take biometric and pic. Thats it.
VO was a very pleasant lady.
Me: Good morning.
VO: What is the purpose of your visit.
Me: I am finance manager and look at the xx domain. We are kick starting our annual plan and hence need to attend business meetings related to same.
VO: what is your title?
Me: Finance manager
VO: Have you ever aplied to US visa earlier?
Me : No, first time.
VO: Have you travelled abroad?
Me: yes (gave all the country names and purpose of visit like for business or leisure)
VO: what is your monthly salary?
Me: Around 2lacs. It is 2* lacs annually.
VO: Duration of stay?
Me- 7 days
VO: your visa is approved.
One thing to mention is thatshe didntask for any documents whatsoever.
Me: Thank you so much. Have a nice day.
It was really hassle free and swift.
I think looking at your application, they would have already made their mind.
Piece of advice:
Dont fumble and be genuine. I looked at her eyes all the time and didnt try to give details more than asked.
Also, it depends on the VO. I saw one VO rejecting atleast 3 people so luck also matters.
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