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study visa....called in for interview ?!??!?!

study visa....called in for interview ?!??!?!

Old Oct 4th 2008, 12:02 pm
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Guys

The embassy have finally gotten back to me and asked me in for an interview. This feels like some kind of joke as its almost 7 weeks after I initially applied and the school has already told me its too late for this year now.

Should I go? Has anyone been through this process before, can you tell me what to expect? What should I bring along? Is there any way they will give me a visa for next year or will I have to go through all this again??
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Old Oct 4th 2008, 12:17 pm
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Your nationality, country of residence and visa post you applied through? If you are living in country other than country of your nationality then what is your status there?
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Old Oct 4th 2008, 12:19 pm
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The lateness of your application may well be what they wish to discuss. Another frequent concern is the sincerity of the plan to study - does it make sense to go to Canada to study the desired program at the present age of the student and considering the costs involved.
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