--- In email@example.com, "maya_13302006" <maya_13302006@...> wrote:
> Dear Rekan2,
> Saya mau menanyakan kepada teman2 yg mungkin punya pengalaman apply student visa ke US.
> Berapa ya kira2 jumlah uang di account bank yg hrs ditunjukkan sebagai bukti jaminan utk apply student visa ke US?
> Sbg catatan, biaya pendidikan dan living expenses diperoleh dr beasiswa yg bakal ditanggung oleh universitasnya.
> Thanks ya sebelumnya.
> Maya Wulandari
Do you have a letter from the university stating that you have
a scholarship that covers all of the above? That's the most
I haven't had to apply for a student visa for a very long time,
but I think that if you have a guarantee of funding letter from
the university, then it is sufficient. To be safe, have enough
for a plane trip back home in case they ask for it.
If you don't have such a letter, then you'll need to show that
you have funds to cover whatever amount is asked for in your
I-20, including tuition, expected living costs, etc.
Of course, your best bet is to ask the Embassy and reading the
rules yourself, rather than asking strangers in a mailing
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