Visa & Travel Assistance
Once you have successfully received an Unconditional Admission Letter from your Dream Institution and have worked up on your finances the final step is to get Student Visa. It is a bit challenging task as a lot of documentation is involved in the process. And every country has a different set of requirements so it’s very important to have fair knowledge of the visa requirements of the country you plan to study. Visa application is the most important step and a small mistake can render all the other efforts futile. Without visa even an admission in top Ivy League University will be a total waste.
Career Guru helps you with complete guidance and support on Visa Application, Processing and Interview. With accurate, complete and relevant documentation getting student visa is easy and simple. Our counsellors guide you step by step with visa-processing right from filling the visa application forms to getting your documents ready and submitting them on time. We recommend to get all the documents and application form checked with us before submitting. This way you can avoid visa rejection.
Every country has their own sets of visa documentation rules and regulation. Most common documents required for student visa are:
- Complete Visa Application Form
- Bank draft for applicable visa processing fees
Valid passport with a validity date of at least six months beyond the intended period of stay in that country
- Passport should have at least 2 blank pages to stamp the visa
- Unconditional Letter of Acceptance from the Institution
- Original TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, GRE or GMAT score sheets (As applicable)
Financial documents – Most countries require proof that you will be able to take care of the tuition fees and the living expenses. Bank Loan Approval Letter or Sponsorship Details or Scholarship Letter and details. Bank Statement, Fixed Deposits, Stocks and Mutual Funds, Investments, Property Details and other financial proof.
- Coloured Passport size Photographs as per size and background prescribed by the country
- Copy of mark sheets, certificates and transcripts
- Flight Booking Details (may be required)
- Academic and Work Experience documents
- Medical reports
- Overseas Student Health Cover and other required insurance
Visa Interview – Some countries also require you to appear for a visa interview. The purpose is to convince the visa officer that you have necessary funds to cover the tuition fee and living expenses, You have strong ties with India and are committed to your education and career. Career Guru helps prepare for Visa Interview and we will also give you Mock Interview Practice.
Some Examples of Visa Interview Questions:
- Why have you chosen the specific University, Course & Country?
- Which other Universities did you apply to and in Which Countries?
- Financial details – How do you plan to fund your study, financing and scholarship details, loans, parents’ annual income, etc.
- Questions on your background – Education and Family- parents, siblings, spouse, any relatives in the country you plan to go.
- Questions on the university: Where is your university located? Nearest airport? Name of prominent alumni – if its a famous University.
- Can ask you to prove that you will come back.
- What will you do if your Visa is rejected?