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Posted last December 14, 2014, 11:08 pm in News report article

Interview is the vital part of the student visa application knowing what's in and what's out on your student visa application interviews gives you a snippet preview after all completing the required documents, completion of an-online or manual application. This is the last part of the process  where an applicant for the student visa online application must surpass for them to be able to get a likelihood of knowing the chances of your application, as you can easily gauge in how your student visa application will turn into the approval or refusal. More often, the visa/immigration officer conducts telephone interviews regardless on how you are being represented by your agent in case you hire someone's services to assist on your visa application in your behalf! Usually, it focuses more of the details of your study abroad program, your logical pathway, qualification and experience, personal & economic circumstances, previous immigration history, your financial resources and the documents in support to your application.

The applicant for student visa must enmesh to the entire details of an application to solidify the rate of success and should not rely entirely with the agent, do your homework for you to equip with the information you need to know on how you will handle, respond the upcoming interview of yours because at the end of the day it is your visa application that matters most to you, later into this page we will give you a mock interview questionnaire that will give you an idea on what are the questions which may arise during the phone interview.  Notably, every conversion you may have is recorded, so its sounds really a nerve wracking experience don't you think so? There is no need to feel anxious if you are just well equipped with the all the questions that might thrown at you by the case officer, however feel confident and be true to yourself and prepare for it for you to expect the unexpected.
A covering letter or widely known for many as a study plan helps to outline your application ,even if you stipulated all the arguments on your application as to claim of granting the student visa/permit still no one knows and no one can guarantee that there is no interview, no matter how precise your letter is or how it explicitly comply with the required documents to satisfy the criteria, still the visa officer would ring you to test and verify your application not unless if they satisfied then it is likely that their decision will solely based on the information you have provided with them. A clutter from your covering letter must though roughly check and avoid technical wordings that may create confusion to the visa/immigration officer to decide in requesting further additional documents which may prolong the processing or the unlikely that your application might be refused if you failed to do so. A consistency on your answers from the interview should also reflect of that information you have provided in your study plan in general.
Study Abroad Program - there are series of free seminars across the country to promote their respective courses and country of destination make sure you have the information of every inch of the course you intend to study, so as the related fees and procedures in obtaining the student visa, read and research are the keys to further enhance your knowledge in particular with the application procedures of student visa  as you can just type in to Google the right keyword and Google will give you the information you need to know then read on.. But if you think you are not confident to do it by yourself, and then get the services of a professional that is well experience in doing such application.
Logical Pathway- every applicants applying for student visa on-line  application is a must to have a logical pathway, as one of the astringent criteria in qualifying to apply in every country which is the mainstream destination of international students to study and work part time in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Spain, Norway, Ireland and the UK among others. They have specific prerequisite to meet such pathway depending on your individual circumstances. We suggest for you to visit their website for you to head on the information, as we don't want to make an assumption with this page about the pathway unless otherwise we have   all the information needed from you to contemplate what is the best pathway then.
Qualification and Experience -as always, the course you intend to study abroad must have a inclination or relation to your qualification and experience, to eradicate the issues on why you need to undertake the course program when in fact it is far from your existing academic credentials and work portfolio.  Don't make things more complicated; claim what is part of you to make it easier! Seldom application with no qualification, experience related to the propose course program abroad gets the approval but it depends on the criteria of the immigration effective that time you apply on your student visa and an exception if you are just holding  a secondary high school qualification and the need to study a foundation program abroad to qualify for a higher qualification entry requirements.
Previous Immigration History- taking into the account (if application to you),  your previous  travel, working abroad, study abroad and previous visa refusal known to immigration/visa officer are some elements in considering as to decide a sound decision on your application.
a. travel- if you are able to follow the condition of your visa in accordance to the land law of the country where you previously have had your visa.
b.working abroad - if you are able to demonstrate that working abroad acquire you to have the working experience needed in qualifying the course program and able to follow the rules of working engagement of the country where you had previously worked.
c.previous study abroad - if you had previously studied abroad and does not abused and violated the condition of your study visa/permit and if the course you intend to study again, in reference to your current student visa application is not similar from the previous course you have undertaken under the qualification equivalence framework of the country you wish to apply for the visa to study abroad.
d. previous visa refusal- there are countries where they share immigration information of the applicant like for example in the U.S and Canada as they share the information on-line from the applicant's immigration information. And in Europe, Schengen countries do the same thing. However having this said, it does not contravene the applicant in preventing him not to apply for the student visa as others may think it may have a great impact to the decision on your application! Yes, it may or may not but again it merely depends on the material and grounds of refusal to demerit your application in a case to case basis accordingly.
Financial Resources- this is a major standing block for  any of students who wish to study abroad (apart from the tuition fees),whether  you provided on your own means or from your sponsors either from a direct relatives and friends each country of student visa application has a specific criteria to meet. A good example is in Australia, the embassy has a special note as to regards on the bank history requirement in addition to this sponsorship from friends  for the applicant applying a certificate courses or diploma courses that is assessment level 3 is not acceptable, while in New Zealand if the funds of the student is not genuinely obtained or not readily available to them Immigration New Zealand will require them to have a funds transfer scheme FTS, as you need to transfer your funds at ANZ bank  to cover your livings cost in New Zealand before INZ finalizes the decision of your student visa application. However in Canada you could have as many sponsors as you would want too same in some Schengen countries but there are again, specific details who are a recognized and acceptable sponsor.
A possible interview questions that is commonly asks:
why do you wish to study this course?
how this course will benefit your career?
what relevance is this study from your previous qualification undertaken?
how can you prove that you are a genuine student?
please provide your education history and your most recent work history and how they are   related to     the propose course   you intend to study?
will you comply with your student visa condition and how?
how this course will benefit you in terms of your future plans?
what do you intend to do after the completion your course study program?
what incentive do you have to return in your home country of residence?
how would you like to support your living cost and tuition fee cost?
The interview questions above varies from country to country of destination to study and apply for student visa but in our experience it is likely the same though, terminology and approach differ from each other also, bear in mind to familiarize with the location of the institution where you will be studying, details of your accommodation , the course intake, course fee and the course description as simple as that however be mindful that all your interview conversation is recorded as I mention earlier. Anything  that makes the interviewer is unclear or not satisfy on your  answers, she may have a comments  to put forward on your application and later send you the transcript of your communication via email, if there are further documents to submit or if you are to require to write a comments ( if applicable), as other  countries are not allowing an applicant to express his/her comments unless the client had applied off shore i.e,  in New Zealand but in  Australia they will give you 28 working days , 14  working days  in Norway to appeal and about 3 weeks in the UK.
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