12 Questions you may be asked at the Port of Entry

After getting a visa, you must also prepare for your travel. The preparation should not only be the family or institution you are going to visit and how you are going to pack the foodstuff. You must think about how you will enter the country you are going. Many people do not know that; a visa is not an automatic right that you will enter the country.

You still have to convince the immigration officer that you are admissible. We get many cases each month of people sent back.

In many cases, this could have been avoided. You need to anticipate the questions that you will be asked and prepare your answers before you travel.

Here are the questions you may be asked :

Why have you visited today?

What country have you come from?

Where do you work?

Where is your spouse?

How long are you staying for?

Are you seeking any medical treatment on your visit?

Where will you be staying?

Is anybody picking you up at the airport?

Do you have a return ticket?

Do you know anyone here?

Will you want to take up a job during or after your stay?

Do you wish to stay after your proposed travel date?

Other questions may be asked at the point of entry. We hereby advise that you prepare and give suitable answers to any questions that may come your way.

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