What are the types of Student Visas for the Netherlands?
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A student has to wait for Visa approval from the Netherlands.
Once the visa is approved, dutch institutions collect all relevant documents from the school And complete all visa-processing formalities directly.
Then the applicant is informed that his/her visa is ready, and the applicant should schedule an appointment to collect the visa and get it stamped from the Dutch embassy or their nearest Dutch consulate office.
In India, the Dutch embassy is in New Delhi, and consulate offices are located in Chennai, Mumbai and Bengaluru.
There is no visa interview as such; the passport and identity of the applicant are verified, and the visa is given to the student.
Documents required for Student Visa
Proof of sufficient financial funds
Letter of admission from the university
Proof of payment for all required legal fees
You can show the Education Sanction Loan letter
You need to show the IT (Income Tax) returns of your sponsors for the past 3 years (to show the family's sustainable income) In case you are showing an education loan
A loan sanction letter clearly mentioning the NAME of the course that you are applying for and the NAME of the INSTITUTE in NETHERLANDS
Also, a statement in or with the sanction letter stating that the funds will be transferred to The institute or the applicant as stipulated by the institute/applicant in a phased manners.
A student must deposit a certain amount of fees into the school's bank account. The student will be getting a receipt from the school for fees paid
A student must pay entire fees from India only before going to the Netherlands.
A student is required to show the required money to the school, accommodation letter, and financial letter. This money must be at least 3 months old in a candidate's bank account.