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I'm neither an engineer nor a financial analyst, but I'd like to share some of the steps:
1/ The officer will double check your identity by asking you a few questions, such as your name and birthday.
2/ Then, he/she will get to the point. Your key responsibilities of your job and may also ask you to provide some examples. (This is the essential part, you must answer his/her questions in conjunction with your CV.)
3/ He/she may also ask you how you are going to find a job in Canada or if you have started the job searching.
4/ You will be asked how much money you would like to bring with you.
5/ Congratulate you that you have passed...
Please ensure that you have a full preparation for your job related questions. That's the major one, be serious!
Just a small tip for you, you may greet him/her once you come into the interview room in order to attract his/her attention. Because that's natural, polite and also can show your confidence.
You should be no problem for the interview. As far as I know, your interview notification is a 80% of your immigration success. The rest 15% is to demonstrate your communication/suitability and the other 5% is your luck.
Hope the above is of some help and good luck to you!＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞