Q AND A:
What is the purpose of your trip in the US?
-The purpose of my trip is to attend a training workshop
How long will you stay there?
-just 7 days
What’s your job?
-Software Developer blah blah …
What is the name of your Company?
-answer the name of the company
How long have you been working in the Company?
What countries have you been to?
-I’ve been to Malaysia and Singapore
What’s your course in college?
-Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
-in the University of Cebu, Cebu City
Who’s going to pay for your trip?
Do you have any relatives in the US?
Are you married?
-no, but i have a live-in partner
Do you have a child?
Are they coming with you?
My advice is consistent should you respond to the form. It is not true that the decision depends on the consul’s mood. I was really observing everything because we heard it and we saw it denied. Most of them do not confidently respond, with discrepancies in saying. So sometimes consul can’t understand it denied right away. It is up to you to pass along your strong ties to the Philippines.
Most denied today, single and have children in the US. They also have a family they are denied, a married couple also. It really depends on how you answer if it is consistent and it is better to have a stable job and have a family in the pine.
No one even asked me for a document. Though I carry everything I can carry. But I saw an interview where he asked for docs.
I was so excited that I was confused about where the exit was and the guard found me the other way. 🤣 We also took thousands of queues because of the length of the queue before being consulted by the consul.
Good luck guys!