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Some possible interview questions for H-1B approved candidates - who will go for stamping to the U.S. Embassy/Consulate:

  • What is the name of your employer?
  • What is its address?
  • What is the name of your work location?
  • How did you learn about your employer?
  • Where are your working currently?
  • What is your work experience?
  • How much salary you will get in the USA?
  • How many rounds of interview the US Company conduct for you?
  • Who interviewed you?
  • What are the dates of your interview
  • How many employees are there in the U.S. Company?
  • Have you applied for H-1B visa through some other company?
  • What is your education background?
  • Name professional organizations of your membership.
  • Why are you changing your job?
  • What is the current project you are working on?
  • What will be your duties while working for the employer?
  • What will be your client’s site?
  • What will be your position in the US Company?
  • What other benefits you will be entitled to?
  • Will you be entitled for the health insurance?
  • When was the U.S. Company founded?
  • How many employees are hired by the US Company?
  • When do you plan to travel to the US?
  • Where will you stay in the US?
  • Who is coming to receive you at the airport?
  • Who else is accompanying you to the USA?
  • Do you want to settle permanently in the USA?
  • Do you have any relatives in the USA?
  • How will you survive during the first month?
  • Have you been to the USA already?
  • What other countries have you visited?
  • Are you related to any owner of the company?
  • Have you seen the financials of the company?
  • What are the factors most dear to you while deciding about this Company?
  • Do you want to pursue further studies in the USA?
  • Will your wife be working in the USA?

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