When visa officers have questions regarding a completed application, they often summon interviews. The interview provides the applicants a chance to address these concerns. Though interviews are not standard, if the applicant is requested to show at an embassy for an interview it typically means that a visa officer has questions regarding the applicant’s application.
We understand that an immigration interview can be the most difficult and stressful part of the entire application process. Keep in mind that the interview is conducted to verify the information you have shared. You are required to prepare for the interview comprehensively and correctly. Failure to be completely prepared for your interview can lead to rejection or delay of your application.
Here at My Global Steps Immigration Inc., we are committed in preparing you with every aspect of your Canadian Immigration application.
We help prepare you for the interview for all categories:
- Spousal Sponsorship Interview
- Family Sponsorship Interview
- Visitor Visa Interview
- Skilled Worker Category Interview
- Business & Investor Class Interview
- Refugee Application Interview
- Appeals Interview
- Humanitarian applications
We can help you apply for GCMS. Call us at +1-416-854-6022 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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