@ khat, iba kasi yung type ng form na sinagutan ko. a month after nung interview ko nag change ng way paano sagutan yung form. pero based dun sa experience ko, ilang beses ako nag edit at nag save ng form kasi may mga wrong spelling at mga maling sagot akong nalagay. mga trice ako nag edit ng form at nung ginawa ko yun may interview schedule na ako,
di ko alam kung pwede pang gawin yung ganung pag edit using the new format. iniisip ko kasi baka makita ng consul na iba na yung address mo dyan, baka mas mapadami pa yung tanong nya. in case, di nya maedit, dapat alam nya yung old address mo (yung nasa DS-form nya) at yung new address nyo. sana pati yung date kung kailan kyo lumipat alam nya.
@ superbubly, travel muna kayo outside the country, para tumaas yung chance nyo sa pagkuha ng visa. madami namang visa free countries in Asia. try nyo mag travel every 6 months to a different country bago kayo mag apply. maybe in 2 years you could apply for a US visa. ako kasi bago ako nag apply for the past 10 years halos every year umaalis ako ng Pilipinas. para makita ng consul na frequent traveller kyo dapat medyo madalas yung travel nyo outside our country.
off topic: China is not a visa free country. you need a tourist visa there and to get one you need to submit your bank cert, nbi clearance, cert of employment, photocopy of company id, itr etc. mag start na lang muna kyo sa visa free countries, tapos saka kyo mag travel sa countries requiring a visa.
ito yung nakita ko sa notes ko nung interview. sorry, di ko na makita yung link kung san ko nakuha ito. kasama yan dun sa nakuha ko nung nag set ako ng visa appointment. ito pala yung mga dapat dalhin:
Originals of documents that show the applicant’s ties to the Philippines and that he or she will return to the Philippines after the visit to the U.S.: (Remember that this list of documents presents examples or suggestions of documents that might convince a consular officer that the applicant will return to the Philippines after the visit to the U.S.)
• Documents that show your ties in your country and that your stay in the U.S. is only temporary such as:
• Convincing documents to show that you have sufficient funds to cover all expenses in the U.S. or how those expenses will be met by another; (last 3 months of Bank and credit card statements and /or bankbook); please note that bank certification is not helpful.
• Employment certification including salary, tenure & position.
• Income Tax Return.
• Leave authorization from your employer.
• Vehicle registration, Original Land Titles, Other documents that shows your properties in your country.
• Purpose of your trip to the U.S. (if available).
Please note: All documents must be originals. Photocopies will not be accepted.
Please note that presenting fraudulent documents, or making false or misleading statements on the application form or to the interviewing officer, can result in you becoming permanently ineligible for any type of U.S. visa.