Visa Interview Experience and Appointment

O-1

Are you a person possessing extraordinary abilities and have applied to enter the US on an O-1 visa?

Introduction

O-1 Visa Interview

Individuals currently in the United States on a visa and want to apply for an O-1 do not need to attend an O-1 visa interview since they have already been interviewed US embassy.

Visa 

Interview 

at the

US embassy

Apply for an O-1

Making an appointment

first step in the interview procedure

The confirmation page of your DS-160 application 

Your interview appointment letter

I-797 Approval Notice from the USCIS 

A passport that is valid for at least six months after your anticipated entry in the United States.

A photograph according to the Department of State guideline

The printed receipt for the Machine Readable Visa (MRV) fee

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What To Bring to Your O1 Visa Interview

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Interview Question

What is your name? 

What company/organization do you work for?

Have you ever been to the US before? If so, when?

How long have you been working in your field?

What work will you be doing in the US?

The Consular Sections of the US Embassy and Consulates are in charge of offering visa services to anyone who wants to visit the US for a temporary period. Applicants seeking US visas must attend an appointment at the US Embassy or Consulate in person. You have to schedule your visa interview after USCIS approves your O-1 visa application. 

Booking an appointment for the O-1 visa Interview and a request for an expedited appointment

It’s time to get ready for your O-1 visa interview now that you have all of the necessary information.