Your green card interview plays a huge role in determining the result of your green card application. If you can handle your interview properly, your chances of getting your green card will be increased. As a first timer going for a green card interview, it is important that you are well equipped for your interview. For this reason, Greencardorganization has created this guide to assist you in successfully scaling through your green card interview.
To increase your chances of getting your application approved, it is important that you:
- Dress appropriately
With green card interviews, the saying ‘dress the way you wish to be addressed’ applies. You need to dress in a way that will give the interviewers a decent opinion of you. Avoid wearing flip-flops, tight clothes, overly revealing clothes, t-shirts or anything that looks too casual. Instead, you can go for a cooperate look with shirts, pants and work shoes.
- Leave suspicious items at home
When coming for your interview, do not carry items which will attract the attention of the security guards to you. These items include glass bottles, sharp objects or knives. We at Greencardorganization can also provide you with a more comprehensive list of other items you should avoid taking with you for your green card interview.
- Be punctual
Avoid lateness for your interview. Lateness could lead your interviewers to believe you are lackadaisical. To avoid lateness, you can stay with a friend or family living close to the embassy. Also, ensure you leave no less than an hour before the interview time.
- Do not contradict yourself
Before your interview day, Greencardorganization will work with you to ensure that you have all the right answers for the questions which you will be asked by the interviewers. This is to ensure that you do not get nervous and end up contradicting yourself during the interviews. A contradiction can discourage your interviewers from issuing you the green card for a number of reasons.
- Listen attentively to question
During the interview, ensure that you are attending so you can hear the interviewer’s questions properly and respond appropriately. If you do not understand a question, you can politely ask for a repetition. Listening attentively though will make you seem more confident and will make the interview faster.
For more guides to enable you to handle your green card interview successfully, contact us at Greencardorganization today.