I just had my first ever visa interview last week. It wasn’t as nerve-wracking as I thought it would be. I may have only scared myself but it’s still not something I would take lightly if given another opportunity. I was pretty confident with my answers and what made it all easier than I expected is the consul that interviewed me.
Before the interview, I just playfully thought that if I get to window 8 then I’d be so lucky and would get a visa. By God’s grace sure enough I find my self stunned when the queueing board lighted up, no. 2233 at window 8.
I walked to the window and lined up. The person prior to me was approved. That somehow removed some of the tension I felt. Then it was my turn. She greeted me first, which was not my plan because it should be me doing that before her. She asked me about the basic personal info. Asked me what Certiport does, what my previous job was and why I left Accenture. And that’s it. She said I was approved and I find myself wanting for more questions that’s why I had a delayed response.
Before that day, I told God I’ll accept and be thankful of the result. Besides, it was already a blessing to be able to see my friends for a short time and for free too. God is good indeed.