Did you know that there is no certification required for someone to call themselves a "U.S. visa consultant"?
That's right. Anyone, even someone with little to no experience with U.S. visas, can call themselves a visa consultant and market themselves as a visa professional. This is why it is so important for international citizens to place their trust in the right expert to help them succeed at the U.S. visa interview. You don't want to trust someone just because they call themselves a "U.S. visa consultant"!
As a visa applicant, you will only have a few minutes to speak to the Visa Officer and answer their questions about why you qualify for a U.S. visa. If you are unprepared or offer irrelevant information, it's possible for your visa to get denied. In fact, 1 out of every 4 people applying for a temporary U.S. visa gets refused at their visa interview. If you're applying for a student visa, that number is even higher- 1 out of every 3 individuals applying for a student visa will be denied their F-1 visa.
At Argo, every one of our consultants is a former U.S. Visa Officer who has worked as a diplomat for the U.S. Government. We have each interviewed over 10,000 visa applicants and have personal knowledge about what goes into a successful visa interview. We are the true experts on the U.s. visa interview process.
We recommend that you work with an expert who can help you prepare the right way before your very first interview, or work with you after an unexpected result at your visa interview.
Book a session today to have a one-on-one conversation with a Former Visa Officer to get all of your questions answered and to coach you for success at your visa interview.