There are a lot of questions that are asked during Immigration interviews. Many of Interview Questions are the same and are very common. I’ve listed some of them below:
- What is your full name?
- What is your age?
- Are you married?
- What is the address of your permanent home?
- Some questions about your family.
- Where are you going?
- Who are you going with?
- If you are going alone then why?
- Where will you be staying in the country which you will be visiting? Hotel/Hostel or some other place?
- Have you got confirmed bookings for hostel or hotel to live?
- Why are you visiting that place? As a tourist or looking for a job?
- Where do you currently work at (and related questions)?
- How long will you be traveling before you come back to your home country?
- What is the date of your return flight?
- How much money do you have right now?
- Are there any relatives of yours who are staying in that country you will be visiting?
Each and every country has their own set of immigration rules. Therefore, they might ask you questions that are not listed above. Therefore, do a thorough research of the country you are visiting and their immigration rules. Your travel agent or visa issuing office might help you with this. You can also get in touch with the people who have already traveled there through social media.
Do remember to get your passports duly stamped before you leave the immigration counter. Immigration check is always done twice, one at the time of your arrival and other at the time of your departure.