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51. Posted by lvacation (First Time Poster 1 posts) 9y

Dear All,

I have already applied uk holiday maker visa.Now they asked me to interview. I would like to know what questions they will going to ask. Do you have any idea?

52. Posted by sienhuat (Budding Member 25 posts) 9y

Hi All,

I'm Malaysian holding Work Permit in Singapore, I want to know whether am I eligible to apply WHM in Singapore? Or do I need to apply in Malaysia? Please help? Thanks a lot...

53. Posted by skyef (Full Member 105 posts) 9y

you could submit your application in singapore though holding a work permit as a malaysian. vfs office is at robinson road. could go to for further details.

54. Posted by sienhuat (Budding Member 25 posts) 9y

Hi All,

for those who succeed to get the WHM visa, could you please advise me what were the documents that you have submitted and what were the preparation for your application?
for those who didnt able to get your WHM visa, i'm really sorry for you, but i hope you still would share with me what you have gone through for your application such as documents submitted and the process during interview..
i just want to make sure that what should do & dont in order to get the WHM visa smoothly, but i hope it does not depand on individual luck... if it is so, its really unfair... hope you guys will help on this...thanks a lot

55. Posted by sadjordan (Budding Member 26 posts) 9y

hie everyone....

how to pay the visa fees?
by cash cheque?
by cash?
by bankdraft?
if bankdraft, how to buy and which bank is better???

hope can help me, everyone.....


56. Posted by jesseyb (Budding Member 12 posts) 9y

sadjordan, you can pay by cash at the Visa Application Centre, they will charge you an extra of RM5 though but it saves the hassle. When are you submitting? All the best!

sienhuat, maybe you could do some basic homework first by reading up the document requirements in VFS website. There's also another thread in this forum about WHM starting from years ago. I think there're pretty good information there from our "ancestors" who applied for this visa. Read through all these then if you have anymore questions, feel free to ask.

57. Posted by sadjordan (Budding Member 26 posts) 9y

thanks jesseyb,

anyway, where do i submit my application forms?
MCA building 19th floor?
pls hit me back asap..
bcoz need to pass up tomolo.

58. Posted by sadjordan (Budding Member 26 posts) 9y

hie everyone...
i've submit my application this morning.....
when can i know the result?

the officer put my application forms into one black envelope..
and stick one small paper with blue ( or purple)....
what's that mean??

got 3 difference colour small paper on the table..

Yellow, Red and Blue/purple. ( sorry i a bit colour blind).......

any one knows what's the meaning of those colour paper??


59. Posted by sadjordan (Budding Member 26 posts) 9y

sigh, received call and informed me go for interview next 2 week.

any ancestors can help me??

really tension....

need to study anything before interview??

[ Edit: Edited on Apr 3, 2007, at 10:14 AM by sadjordan ]

60. Posted by jesseyb (Budding Member 12 posts) 9y

sadjordan, RELAX. Most of the questions they'll ask you are basically repetition of what you wrote in your questionnaire. My interviewer did ask me a few times "do you feel fine" or "are you sure you're ok" but I seriously don't know what's that for. I was the last one to be interviewed so I managed to observe how things are done. Not 100% accurate but hope my summary helps:

Don't just give "yes" or "no" answer. Be more chatty. Elaborate even when the interviewer doesn't ask you to. He'll be typing info into the computer according to what you say but when you say something interesting he'll look up and ask you to explain more.

Listen HARD to the question. Don't keep asking "I beg your pardon" because (common sense as well) it irks people. The 2 girls who went in before me did so and their intention was just to clarify what the interviewer asked... but they didn't get the visa. Interviewer even asked one girl if she needs a translator.

If you get the visa, the interviewer will let you know straightaway before you exit the cubicle. If he asks you to go outside and wait while he thinks about it, chances are you won't get it. I'm not 100% sure but from the 10+ people I observe, those who came out and went home straight are those who get the visa. Those who have to wait didn't get theirs. The wait is for the interviewer to print out a huge stack of "application rejected" documents to pass to you. (approval, no documents... rejection, a mountain of paper... how strange)

Have a detailed knowledge of the places you plan to go, on your fingertips. The interviewer might ask you to tell him your plans WITHOUT looking at the plan you drafted and printed out. He even asked me where I get the info for my plans, and when I say the internet, he asked "which website?"... I think they want to make sure you have really done your research and WHY you want to visit those places... and not just rip it off someone else's plan.

I'll be in London 8 June. Anyone wanna hook up, let me know!

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