I’m Vajeeh, Indian born but brought up in Doha, Qatar and I’m an architect based in Doha.
I did my bachelor’s in Malaysia at International Islamic University Malaysia and came back to Doha to start my career as an architect at Luna Design. I started as an intern working all the way up to Jr. Architect position where I handle multiple projects on my own. As an architect, it’s always been my dream to have foreign experience to enrich my career and expose myself to different cultural aspects.
Well, it was a few months back when I came across Archinect website, I saw that Architect-US has made it possible for the American dream to come true. I read a lot of participants reviews and it got me excited to search for a training in the US.
The entire process of my J-1 Visa was made very simple and fast by Architect-US. I had a little concern if my process will take time since my training is going to be at Anchorage being a remote place. But Architect-US had it all under control and done it within the said time or I can say shorter.
Here, I am going to talk about my US Embassy Visa Interview. I can say I was a bit nervous when I scheduled for my J-1 Visa Interview at the US Embassy but the interview was fairly short for me as they just asked about my DS-2019 form and Sevis payment receipt. There was just a question of how I found this firm for my exchange program. As a result of this, I found it quite easy how the interview process was. But then again, it might differ from person to person.
Now, as the days get close up, I’m excited to start my new adventure in the US and wishing that it’ll be as I dreamed of to give my 100% effort and learn as much as I can. However, obviously I am going to be enjoying within as well so that it gives a balance to life. Thank you very much Architect-US for making this great opportunity come true.