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DS 160 form - Filling Few questions

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I am applying for B1/B2 DS 160 form and have sum questions:

1] In Education column do I have to mention 11 and 12th standard ? - Indian Citizen
2] Who do I know in U.S/Organization. Well I do not know anybody but application still asking for the same - What shall I write there?
3] Where I will stay in U.S? Its not decided but I cannot ignore this column, so shall I write any hotel name ? Is It okay ?
4] I am working with my dad in our small brokerage company and I do not have a designation as its family - So what shall I write as my designation in my business ??
5] Salary - shall I click "Does not apply" ? As I take money as much I want when required from my father......

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1. You have to mention any middle / high school and college you have attended

2. There is a box that says "does not apply" I think. If not you can leave it blank

3. Well WHERE will you be staying? That's a question you will be asked by the consular anyways. If it is at a hotel, write out the address and such.

4. Well just write your duties

5. Well, being able to just as much money as you want from your father doesn't look that great because it seems like your ties to your home country aren't as strong. They tend to enjoy seeing "salary" so they don't have to worry about you working under the table while you're in the States or overstaying your visa and immigrating here.

Good luck to you!

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Salary well put down how much you took in the last year.

Presumably you have some idea of what you want do where you want to go so put down that.

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