Are you interested in learning how to write a GTE Statement? Over the past 7 weeks, we have shared our expert tips on how to write a GTE Statement for Australian student visa approval. This week, we share tip #8, which might be one of the most important tips yet!
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 how to write a GTE Statement and include the proper information.
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, if you’re interested in learning how to write a GTE Statement on 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.
#8. Provide documentation of acceptance letters or course applications.
Like we said earlier, this might be one of the most important GTE Statement writing tips yet! If you only learn one thing about how to write a GTE Statement, it should be to provide plenty of documentation.
Before submitting your Australian student visa application, gather all of your supporting documents. For instance, your course applications, university acceptance letters, or scholarship letters. These documents should be official documents from the College, University, or Institute you are planning to study from.
Secondly, think outside the box in terms of other forms of documentation. Have you applied for an on campus job to help improve your financial situation? Similarly, include your financial aid applications or any approved loans if applicable. We can’t stress enough the importance of providing thorough documentation. If there is ever a point where you are questioning including a document alongside your GTE Statement, include it. The more information you provide your case officer, the better chances you have of obtaining an Australian Student Visa.
Did you find this tip helpful? You are now one step closer to fully understanding how to write a GTE Statement! Tune in next week to see Tip #9 in our latest GTE Statement writing tips series.
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