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I am from South Korea and I applied to Los Angeles English Language School. I just finished with the military and I am looking to improve my english to take the test for a job in Korea. The fastest way is fully immersing myself in American culture and environment. I am planning to start school on July 1, 2019 and I just got approved for the school. They sent me an I-20 so I need to pay the Sevis fee to make an appointment for the interview.

Do anyone have any tips for the F-1 interview?

Is there anything I specifically need to prepare for the interview?

My ties to South Korea are my elderly parents that I need to come back to support. What other strong ties can I use for the interview?

Thank you!

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