How to write a GTE Statement and Statement of Purpose Writing Tips

GTE Statement Writing Tip #6

Looking for the best GTE Statement writing tips? You’re in luck because you found the right blog! A Genuine Temporary Entrant, or GTE Statement, is a broad version of a Statement of Purpose (SOP). Both documents serve as a written declaration of intent to study in Australia. When you are submitting your Australian Student Visa application, you will find at least one of these documents is necessary to obtain your visa. Because of this, proper GTE Statement writing techniques are powerful tools that determine whether your Australian Student Visa application is accepted or not. As important as GTE Statement writing is, students often misunderstand the requirements which result in a refused student visa.

Since GTE Statement writing is not always easy to understand, we encourage you to seek our unique and professional GTE and SOP services for 100% guaranteed student visa. However, if you’re interested in GTE Statement writing tips to create your own, look no further. Here are our 10 tips on how to write a proper Genuine Temporary Entrant Statement. Missed last weeks tip? Read it here.

#6. Explain your previous immigration history in detail.

If you have had any previous immigration history it is important to include those details within your GTE Statement writing. For example, include a list of work or travel visas you have obtained to any country. Although all previous visas are important to disclose, the visa that holds the most weight will be an Australian Visa. Have you previously received an Australian Visa? Unfortunately, the more visas you have obtained to Australia the less chance you will have in getting a student visa.

Secondly, it is important to elaborate on any incidents of overstaying your visa in any country. We know you might not want to talk about this information, but it is necessary. There are plenty of ways to make overstaying your visa look like a learning experience. For instance, you can write about why you overstayed your visa and how you have grown/changed since then. It is important to note that if you have overstayed a visa, other aspects of your GTE Statement writing will become more important. For example, you will need to emphasize in greater detail why you will to return to your home country. Luckily, we have an entire blog article about home country circumstances so be sure to click here to learn more.

Did you find this GTE Statement writing tip helpful? Tune in next week to see Tip #7 in our latest Genuine Temporary Entrant Statement writing blog series.

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