The F1 visa is a nonimmigrant student visa that allows academic students to study at universities, colleges, high schools and language training programs in the US. To obtain one you must fill out and submit the Nonimmigrant Visa Electronic Application (DS-160), attend a visa interview at your country’s US Embassy or consulate and submit relevant documents such as transcripts, mark sheets diplomas test scores bank statements etc. In addition to this you will also need proof of funds strong ties back home and demonstrate you will leave upon completing studies
At your interview, a visa officer will ask questions regarding your university choice, finances, family life and plans post-study in the US. Their main priority will be making sure you won’t remain after your visa has expired; additionally they want to ensure you will have enough financial resources available to support yourself while studying there.
A visa interview is a short meeting with a visa officer from the US Embassy or Consulate in your country and may last 15 minutes. You should wear business casual attire for this interview, which will also take fingerprints from you under oath. All questions asked by interviewers under oath must be answered honestly and truthfully; otherwise you risk being denied a visa for various reasons; knowing which might lead to denial will help prepare for it more efficiently.