Yesterday i got my B1 visa approved at US Hyderabad,consulate.
It went like this.................
1.Their is no parking at US Consulate,Hyderabad.So need to park vehicles at begumpet airport.Hence if any body coming by vehicle,please plan accordingly.
2.Exactly only 30min before scheduled interview,we are allowed to proceed for visa intwerview.
3.For entering in to consulate building,we need to show our passport and interview appointment letter.
4.Once after we enter building,then we will be given tray,in which we need to keep all our belongings and the visa documents as well.This tray will be passed in a scanner for security check.
5.After this data entry step,where all the mandatory documents like HDFC receipt,CEAC barcode,Interview letter,passport are taken and verified and are kept in order.
NOTE:-For my B1 visa,Photo was not taken , in the mandatory documents list.They said they already have soft copy of it.
6.Once data entry is done,then finger scanning of all 10 hand fingers.
7.Now comes visa interview round.The following questions were asked.
1.Why going to USA
2.Who is present employer.
3.Since how long working in current company
4.Who is client and where he is located
5.Where you will stay in USA
After this came golden words.Your visa approved.You will receive passport in one week.
So my suggestion to others is be confident,speak assertively,greet VO and tell truth.
I just had only 4 months experience in my present company,because of which i was bit not positive enough in getting visa.However as i feared,it did not happen.VO didn't take this as -ve and she granted visa.All the very best to others and thankyou immihelp's discussion forums for sharing our experiences.
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