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GTE Statement Writing Tricks #9

Are you interested in learning GTE Statement writing tricks? Over the past 8 weeks, we have shared our expert GTE Statement writing tricks that will set you on the path towards Australian student visa approval. This week, we share tip #9 out of 10.

Before we get started, it’s important to know what a Genuine Temporary Entrant, or GTE Statement, is. A GTE Statement is a written document that is required to be submitted alongside your Australian Student Visa application. It tells your case officer important things like why you want to study in Australia, how you plan to support your living costs, and when you will return to your home country. Because a GTE Statement can make or break your student visa, it is very important you learn these GTE Statement writing tricks for success.

Since the GTE requirement has significant room for error, we encourage you to seek our unique and professional GTE and SOP services for a 100% guaranteed student visa. However, it’s still a good idea to learn our expert GTE Statement writing tricks. Here is tip #9 out of 10 on how to write a proper Genuine Temporary Entrant Statement. Missed last weeks tip? Read it here.

#9. Provide documentation of strong ties to your home country.

One of the most important GTE Statement writing tricks is to convince your case officer that you plan to return to your home country. To do this, you can provide a wide variety of supporting documents and information within your GTE Statement.

Before you submit your Australian student visa application, gather all of your supporting documents that prove you will return home after studying. For instance, do you own land in your home country? If you do, it’s a good idea to include copies of your land deed or home ownership. By doing this, it will help prove your strong connection to your home country. Another form of documentation you can provide is a business license in your home country.

Secondly, write about your family situation. Are all of your family members still living in your home country? Consider including a list of family members who remain in your home country and why you plan to return to them. Do you have any home country obligations like financial support to your mother, father, spouse, or children? Strong family connections back in your home country will also help convince your case officer that you will not stay in Australia post-study. Remember, this weeks GTE Statement writing trick is to include as much supporting documentation as you can.The more information you provide your case officer, the better chances you have of obtaining an Australian Student Visa.

Did you find this GTE Statement writing trick helpful? You are now one step closer to fully understanding how to write a GTE Statement! Tune in next week to hear our final tip, #10, in our latest GTE Statement writing tips series.

Finally, if you are looking to guarantee your Australian Student Visa, we highly recommend you have your SOP / GTE Statement written by professionals like us. Click here to learn how you can minimize your visa refusal risk without wasting time and money.

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