interview government canadaCongratulations! You have past the initial screening process and are now invited to a face-to-face interview. Unfortunately, this is the phase where many unprepared candidates fail due to a lack of preparation, a knowledge of the process or the “unspoken” rules. This article will help provide a brief summary on how to prepare adequately.

Here are some tips to assist you in face-to-face interview

  1. Look at the invitation carefully –Invitations for a face-to-face interview at the Government of Canada carefully state how the process will be structured. Always prepare accordingly.
  2. Bring adequate pieces of identification and get your pass –  You will need to obtain a visitor’s pass for your face-to-face interview. While the person who will meet you at the door can get you a pass,  it’s better to show that you are a proactive person. This simple step sets the ground for a good first impression.
  3. Shake hands – Make a habit to smile and shake hands with every person that you meet in your face-to-face interview. It provides a more human side.

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