Self Help : Canadian Immigration & Citizenship

Some Sample questions Immigration Officer may ask from an interviewer

A: Skilled Worker Catagory

1. What qualifications do you have for your present job?

2. Do you think your qualifications are sufficient to help you find a job?

3. Do you plan to study further in Canada?

4. Have you had your qualifications assessed in Canada?

5. What do you do?

6. What is your profession?

7. Where do you currently work?

8. What are major duties of your current job?

9. What did you do in your past job positions?

10. What project are you working on recently?

11. Can you give us the name of your supervisor/Manager?

12. Can you tell me a little bit about your work history?

13. Can you please tell me more about the company where you’re regularly employed?

14. Can you tell me about your current project? What are you working on at the moment?

15. What are the hours you work?

16. What do you love about your work?

17. Why do you want to quit this job to go to Canada?

18. How would your current job help you land a job in Canada?

19. How would your current job help you integrate seamlessly into Canadian society?

10. What jobs have you had prior to this?

21. Can you provide professional references?

22. What are you currently working on?

23. Can you work under pressure?

24. What do you think about your field in Canada?

25. How did you find your current job?

26. How large is the employer of yours?

27. In what line does your employer work?

28. What’s the address, phone and fax number of your employer?

29. How can we find your employer? How can we reach them?

30. Are you taking any English course now? Where?

31. Where did your learn English?

32. What is the name ofUniversity?

33. What University did you enter, when and why?

34. Do you have a Master or Bachelor degree?

35. Did you take any post university education?

36. How much money do you have in the banks?

37. What is your financial situation?

38. Do you have any assets?  Total value of all the assets?

39. What is your monthly salary?

40. What is your current source of income?

41. How many sources of income do you have?

42. Please tell me about your obligations in (your country)

43. How do you plan to support yourself for the first few months in Canada?

44. You said you will be taking $xxxxx with you, where did you obtain this amount?

45. What proof of your assets do you have?

46. Do you owe money to anyone?

47. Are you planning to leave any money with your parents?

48. Why do you want to immigrate to Canada?

49. How does your wife feel about going to Canada?

50. What do your children think of your possible move to Canada?

51. What influenced your decision to leave your country?

52. Why didn’t you apply to Immigrate earlier?

53. Have you ever been to Canada before?

54. Is there any specific reason why you chose Canada as your destination?

55. What will you do in Canada?

56. What are your plans if you fail this interview?

57. Do you have your family or friends in Canada?

58. What are your preparations for leaving your country?

59. How do you assess your English/French language skills? Reading/Writing/Speaking

60. Have you found out about the cost of living in your intended destination?

61. How will you prepare for the initial settlement if you pass the interview?

62. Do you use the service of an immigration lawyer/firm?

63. Did anyone tell you what to say in your application?

64. Did anybody train you for the interview?

65. Why did you use Immigration lawyer’s services? Couldn’t you have submitted the papers yourself?

66. How much did you pay to the immigration lawyer?

67. What do you want to do in Canada and what is your goal there?

69. How are you going to look for a job in Canada?

70. Explain how you plan to find a job in Canada?

71. Do you know any other job hunting tools besides Internet?

72. Do you have any prospective employers or contacts in Canada?

73. What if you did not find your favorite job after one year in Canada?

74. Would you come back to your country if you were unable to settle in Canada?

75. What do you intend to do upon your arrival? How are you going to settle in?

76. How do you plan to support yourself for the first few months in Canada?

77. Are you prepared for the challenges that come with a move to a new country?

78. Which city in Canada do you want to settle? Why did you decide on that city?

79. Do you have any friends or relatives in Canada?

80. What if your Application for Permanent Residence isn’t approved?

81. Do you have any idea about the cost of living in Canada?

82. How do you evaluate your chances to find a job in Canada?

83. Did you tell your boss that you would be having the interview at the Canadian embassy

 

B. Family class

1. What is your name?

2. Have you ever used any other names beside your current name?

3. Will you need an interpreter today?

4. How do you spell your name?

5. Will you please state your date of birth?

6. Have you used someone’s help in preparing your immigration application?

7. Tell me about yourself?

8. Where do you live?

9. What is your address?

10. Do you own a house, or do you rent?

11. Tell us about your ethnic/origin/family background.

12 How do you assess your English/French language skills? Reading/Writing/Speaking

13. Are you married or engaged?

14. Please describe your typical working day?

15. What do you like doing in your spare time?

16. Do you hold any other citizenship besides (your country)?

17. Can you tell me of any other overseas travel you have undertaken?

18. Have you spent time in the armed forces?

19. Are you a member of any political party or association?

20. Have you been deported from or denied a visa to any country?

21. Have you ever been treated for any serious physical or mental disorder, or chronic diseases?

22. Did you ever have any other names in the past?

23. Have you ever changed your name?

24. Do you have a dual citizenship?

25. Have you previously applied for a refugee status?

26. Have you ever been refused a refugee status?

27. What are your religion views?

28. Are you member of any political organization?

29. Are you trade union member?

30. Are you in good health?

 c. Family Class Spouse

1. What is your spouse name?

2. What is your spouse date of birth?

3. How long have you been married?

4. May I, please, see your marriage certificate?

5. How many times have either of you been married?

6. Do you have kids?

7. If you have kids, name all of them

8. Do you have other children not listed in this application?

9. How well do your spouse and children speak English/French?

10. Where do your parents live?

11. Do you plan to bring your parents to Canada once you are there?

12. Do you have family/friends in Canada? Tell me about them.

13. Why do you and your current husband/Wife have different last names?

14. How long have you been married?

15. When did you divorce your ex-husband/ex-wife and what was the reason of your divorce?

16. May I See Your marriage photos

17. Who arranged your marriage?

18. How you communicate with your spouse?

19. Did your spouse send you any gift?

20. Did your spouse send you any money?

21. Where you went after marriage?

22. Where your spouse is working?

23. Mode of Transport He/she use for going to work

24. How many times your spouse visited back home?

25. Where your marriage was celebrated?

26. Why it was celebrated away from your home?

27. How many guests attended your marriage ceremony?

28. When you met your spouse first time?

29. How long you and your spouse know each other?

30. Why you accepted to marry away from your home?

31. Are you happy with your spouse?

32. Why you accepted to marry to a person who is less qualified?

33. Why you accepted to marry a person with so much age difference?

34. Was your spouse a political party member?

35. Who has the custody of your children?

36. Does your ex-husband/ex-wife object to your children going with you to Canada?

 

General Questions About Canada May be Asked From Any Interviewer

1. Can you name some famous Canadians?

2. Do you see Canadians as friendlier than (your country)?

3. Do you have any idea about the cost of living in Canada?

4. How much do you know about Canada?

5. Who is Canada’s Prime Minister?

6. What is the capital of Canada?

7. How many Canadian Provinces can you name?

8. How many Canadian Cities can you name

Some More Question For Skilled Workers

 !. Why do you want to immigrate to Canada?

2. How does your wife feel about going to Canada?

3. What do your children think of your possible move to Canada?

4. What influenced your decision to leave your country?

5. Why didn’t you apply to Immigrate earlier?

6. Have you ever been to Canada before?

7. Is there any specific reason why you chose Canada as your destination?

8. What will you do in Canada?

9. What are your plans if you fail this interview?

10. Do you have your family or friends in Canada?

11. What are your preparations for leaving your country?

14.Which city in Canada do you want to go to? Why did you decide on that city?

15. Have you found out about the cost of living in your intended destination?

16. How will you prepare for the initial settlement if you pass the interview?

17. Do you have any children? Who is caring for your children now? Will your children be coming with you to Canada?

18. Are you married? How long have you been married? Do you plan to get married?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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