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Short answer: No problem having no "formal" savings account I had submitted two bank account statements when I applied for my UK visa recently, both of which were not a "formal" savings account, and had it written like CHECKING or CURRENT account, do not remember exactly. I used them for similar purposes: salary, expenses and savings (in an informal sense ...


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No you cannot, the sponsor letter allows you to invite someone to the country where you are a citizen nothing else. You could invite her to The Netherlands and get a Schengen Visa however please be aware of the below. Even though the Schengen Visa would allow her to travel to France since that is the main destination of her trip you would be violating the ...


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Slovenia and Italy are both in the Schengen zone. You may be subjected to a "random" document check, but there is otherwise no systematic border control. I suppose it's possible that the random check would go beyond documents and look at other conditions of entry, but in my experience, such checks are limited to documents.


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If I were you I'd take €100 or €200 cash from a bank in Bosnia. You won't get a great exchange rate but you will save having to get around Croatia. If you can't find a bank, use a foreign exchange office, but you'll get a much less favorable rate. You will probably have to wait until Monday. I suspect that they'd accept any convertible cash that has the ...


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There is no published requirement. The presumption under U.S. law is that every visitor visa applicant is an intending immigrant until they demonstrate otherwise. Therefore, applicants for visitor visas must overcome this presumption by demonstrating: • That the purpose of their trip is to enter the United States temporarily for business or pleasure; • ...


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The role of your sponsor is to confirm your source of funds. When people travel who cannot really afford the luxury of tourism, the immediate suspicion is that their trip is an investment and that they plan to repay it by overstaying and working. So there are two questions: Why would your sponsor give you the money as a gift? That's obvious for a father, ...


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You don't say where you're from, which might affect things. But you should also include some documentation of ties to your home country as proof that you will leave Schengen again. It might be relevant to read: Schengen Visa Refusal: Justification for the purpose and conditions of the intended stay was not reliable and Schengen Visa Refusal: ...


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