Visa application


AG7

Hi everyone !

I was recently admitted to NYU's LLM program in corporation law. I am currently preparing my I-20 application (F-1) and I have several questions regarding the application process.

1) The application process requires to submit financial documents that prove that I can pay for the estimated expenses at NYU. To finance my LLM degree, I was granted a loan by a French bank. I understand that a pre-approval letter confirming amount for which the loan is approved is sufficient.

My question is: can I submit that letter in French or must I join a translation as well ? If a translation is needed, does it need to come from an official translator or can I do it myself ?

2) Same question as above but regarding my bank statement.

Thank you very much for your help.


Aurélien

Ps : Am I still on time for my visa application ?

Hi everyone !

I was recently admitted to NYU's LLM program in corporation law. I am currently preparing my I-20 application (F-1) and I have several questions regarding the application process.

1) The application process requires to submit financial documents that prove that I can pay for the estimated expenses at NYU. To finance my LLM degree, I was granted a loan by a French bank. I understand that a pre-approval letter confirming amount for which the loan is approved is sufficient.

My question is: can I submit that letter in French or must I join a translation as well ? If a translation is needed, does it need to come from an official translator or can I do it myself ?

2) Same question as above but regarding my bank statement.

Thank you very much for your help.


Aurélien

Ps : Am I still on time for my visa application ?
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Hhistorian

I understand that you must submit the original and a official translation of all documentation that is not in english.

I understand that you must submit the original and a official translation of all documentation that is not in english.
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Wavshrdr

I was told that a letter from a bank regarding a loan would not be sufficient. I was told the money actually had to be in an account. This is what I was told by person at the US embassy. Hopefully the embassy will be fine with a letter from a bank in your country.

I was told that a letter from a bank regarding a loan would not be sufficient. I was told the money actually had to be in an account. This is what I was told by person at the US embassy. Hopefully the embassy will be fine with a letter from a bank in your country.
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