Most Common GTE Statement Mistakes

Writing your GTE Statement is an important and time consuming step in acquiring an approved Australian Student Visa. As an approved Australian Student Visa relies heavily on an articulate and professionally written Genuine Temporary Entrant Statement (GTE), many potential students face rejection when their GTE statement does not include the necessary information. David from Austria made two common GTE Statement mistakes resulting in the denial of his Australian Student Visa application. Luckily, he found GTE Experts and with the help of our professional Genuine Temporary Entrant Statement services, David’s second visa attempt was approved. What did he do wrong the first time?

“Based on your educational background and employment situation, I do not consider that your proposed courses of study are consistent with your circumstances. While you have indicated in your motivation letter that you are interested in IT industry and intend to look for a job connected with IT in international companies in Austria; you have not demonstrated a clear and substantial improvement arising from your proposed study that will outweigh the significant time and monetary commitment these courses would require.”

As an entry level IT student, David did not have any prior experience or occupational ties with companies in Austria. For this reason, David’s reviewing officer was not convinced he had a persuasive reason to leave Australia after completing his studies. Due to lack of potential work opportunities back in his home country, David did not receive an approved Australian Student Visa.

“Considering your motivation letter, I also noted that your employment background has not been in the field of IT industry.”

David’s previous employment and education was another factor that contributed to the denial of his Australian Student Visa. Not having aligned career opportunities in your home country demonstrates a possibility that a student would use their approved Australian Student Visa as a means of traveling the country. This is one of the most common GTE Statement mistakes that potential students make each year. Fortunately for David, he came to GTE Experts before submitting his second Australian Student Visa application. With help from our team of Genuine Temporary Entrant Statement writing professionals, David’s second attempt at an Australian Student Visa was a success!

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