When you have been accepted to the university oversees as an international student, you will be required to apply for a visa. Each country has different types of visas: this doesn’t always mean you should necessarily apply for “a student visa”. Furthermore, visa requirements will vary among these countries.
All Embassies require a long list of documents. Here are only a few examples:
- confirmation of admission to the programme
- confirmation of booked accommodation
- proof of financial means
- confirmation of paid tuition fees and accommodation
- health insurance
- proof of where your finance originates
- salary slips for student, their parents and sponsors
- bank statements
- proof of last educational qualification completed
- a written explanation of study abroad motivation
- proof of remaining connections with country of citizenship
It’s important to remember that by providing even a complete list of required documents, you can’t be guaranteed to receive a visa. Each visa application may be differently processed by a visa officer.
That is why in order to avoid a visa refusal, to save your time and trouble – you should ask our Experts for a consultation. We have wide experience of dealing with different Embassies and will be able to offer you the best advice.
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