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Is it essential to show bank statement of last three months for UK student visa?
Asked by: Indra
Posted on Sat, 19 Jul 2008 16:45:29 GMT
I wish to pursue Masterís in UK and have learnt that to obtain student visa, one has to show sufficient amount of liquid in oneís bank account and that too for the period of more than 3 months. Is it true? Can't I bypass the 3 months rule by showing more than enough liquid?
Hi Indra, To apply for UK student visa, you must show bank transaction of at least previous three months (six months recommended) to show fund you have in your bank account is genuine. There is no way to by pass this rule. This rule helps immigration officers determine whether the fund you have is genuine or not. If this rule hadnít existed, students would simply borrow required amount from someone and deposit it into bank to show they have sufficient fund, which is fake in real. So to show you have sufficient funds genuinely, you must show transaction of last three months with sufficient funds in your bank account to convince the immigration officers that you are financially capable to pursue your masterís level in UK.
Gopal answered 9 years and 2 months ago
What Mr. Gopal has said is absolutely true. But up to my knowledge, there is one way to overcome this problem. You can deposit high amount into your bank account and show the amount you have deposited is obtained by you through loan. The loan mustnít necessarily be a bank loan so you can show some papers showing you have got that loan from some of your relatives.
abhijeet answered 9 years and 2 months ago
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