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ericling
post Jun 26 2017, 09:26 PM
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Hey all, currently I am applying my UK visa for the upcoming September intake.

Do I need to prepare an English birth certificate during my appointment in VFS Global?
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post Jun 27 2017, 04:28 AM
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QUOTE(ericling @ Jun 26 2017, 09:26 PM)
Hey all, currently I am applying my UK visa for the upcoming September intake.

Do I need to prepare an English birth certificate during my appointment in VFS Global?
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I can't really remember, but did a quick search and found this.


"For documents which are not in English, I have provided a certified translation. "
:found at the bottom of this LINK
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post Yesterday, 12:24 PM
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QUOTE(eddydo @ Jun 27 2017, 04:28 AM)
I can't really remember, but did a quick search and found this.
"For documents which are not in English, I have provided a certified translation. "
:found at the bottom of this LINK
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Thanks. Will be providing a translation copy just in case.

Also, what are the financial evidence should I prepare? Currently I have bank statements from my parents. Is that sufficient?
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QUOTE(ericling @ Jun 29 2017, 12:24 PM)
Thanks. Will be providing a translation copy just in case.

Also, what are the financial evidence should I prepare? Currently I have bank statements from my parents. Is that sufficient?
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That should be sufficient (minimum remaining tuition fee + 9 months of estimated living fee). Additionally you can prepare a written consent that your parents will be funding your studies.
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post Yesterday, 08:18 PM
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QUOTE(eddydo @ Jun 29 2017, 05:05 PM)
That should be sufficient (minimum remaining tuition fee + 9 months of estimated living fee). Additionally you can prepare a written consent that your parents will be funding your studies.
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Alright, thanks!

Must the money (minimum remaining tuition fee + 9 months of estimated living fee) shown in full amount as cash in the bank statement?
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QUOTE(ericling @ Jun 29 2017, 08:18 PM)
Alright, thanks!

Must the money (minimum remaining tuition fee + 9 months of estimated living fee) shown in full amount as cash in the bank statement?
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As far as I know, no; but to prevent hiccups preferably it should be in one/two accounts under the same name (not too sure if they updated this). Last year I did submit multiple bank statements. Do remember the funds have to be there for a minimum of 28 days untouched before the visa application.
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