Is it ok to show money(temporarily borrowed) for visa docs?I will have to apply for the Japanese student visa soon and I currently don't have the required 2,000,000 yen in my bank account. Is it okay for a for a family friend to transfer the money (temporarily) to my or my father's bank account, just for the required documents? Do people do this?
Asked by: Anonymous, 1 year ago
You are supposed to have access to this amount since this is what the school and the migration services estimate being the minimum amount needed to cover tuition fees and living costs in Japan. However, it is not uncommon that students transfer the money temporarily as you describe. The exact rules can differ between different schools and nationalities. If they only ask for a one time statement of account it should work.
Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2022-05-26 13:41:00
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