You should carry with you documents that demonstrate ties to India and would help convince the counsel of your intent to return. Such documents may include:
1. Proof of land ownership
2. Economic and Social ties are very important: An applicant’s future role in a family business, academic institution, government agency, professional organization are all possibilities. Bring letters from appropriate parties to demonstrate such facts.
3. If other family members have studied in the U.S. and returned it should be mentioned.
4. Letters from prospective employers recognizing the need for specialized training offered in the U.S. can also serve to aid an application in the applicantâ€™s home country.
5. Providing an explanation of why equivalent educational training is not available in your home country, if applicable.
Most importantly, Consular Officials want to hear from the applicant. At no time, is it recommended that the applicants bring family members with them to the interview.
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