It is our duty to make sure you are well prepared for the visa interview to be taken at three levels. The interview will be taking place at each level as given below:
The first step to successfully apply for a German student visa is to get the required documents in handy. We will help you to get this check-list covered:
- Three visa application forms filled in completely.
- Three recent photos with a white background.
- Signed passport and two copies, valid for at least another 12 months.
- Medical travel insurance covering the first three months of your stay in Germany.
- Original confirmation letter of registration for an intensive language course from our institute.
- Proof of sufficient funds to finance your study in Germany.
- Conditional letter of admission from a German University (with subject mentioned, in which the admission is given).
- Curriculum vitae
- Letter(two copies) of motivation concerning study in Germany.
- If available any proof of a completed German course either in the home country or abroad.
- Proof of accommodation and reservation.
- Native place – Visa interview is the moment where you meet with the consular officer directly as a visa applicant. At the same time, you need to present all the visa required documents, as your consular officer asks for them orderly. First, you need to schedule an appointment for a visa interview. On the day of the interview, you should offer your visa application documents. Additionally, you will need to respond to the interview questions that the consular officer prepares in order to closely examine you as a potential visa candidate.
- Locate The Closest German Embassy or Consulate. You can use Google to search for an embassy or a consulate near you, in your country (or another country close to you) to get more information about the requirements and setting up a visa appointment. All official German missions in other countries have an official website online, along with their physical address and contact information.
- Review The Requirements and Procedures. Once you find the German embassy website, you go to the student visa sections to review all the specific requirements for your country and the procedures to set up a visa appointment. Make sure you carefully review all the information provided (especially the documents you need to have) before you set up a visa appointment.
- Set Up A Visa Appointment. When you’re ready, you should set up a visa appointment by following the steps described on the official website of the German embassy in your country. In some countries, you should apply for your visa appointment a few weeks ahead of time as that particular embassy could have many visa applications and they could take a longer time to get to you. Timing is very important, sometimes all student visa interview slots can be taken, so make sure you act fast.
- Have All Of The Visa Application Documents Ready. Once you have your visa appointment date confirmed, you should double-check all of your documents to make sure you have everything together. You can do this yourself and you don’t need to pay any outside consultants or agencies to apply for you.
- Prepare For Your Visa Interview. You should pay the visa application fee (€60.00 – €75.00) and have the payment confirmation with you at the time of your visa interview. This fee is non-refundable if your visa is rejected. You need to verify the exchange rate of your country’s currency and pay the exact amount. You should prepare yourself in advance for your interview. Here are some of the most common student visa interview questions and answers. After the interview is done, you will get the official answer on whether your visa has been approved or rejected.
Note: On average, it takes up to 25 days for your German student visa application to be processed. The processing time varies depending on the country and the German embassy you apply at. All other German visa applications for studies are normally processed within 3 months.
- Branch – On average, it takes up to 25 days for your German student visa application to be processed. The processing time varies depending on the country and the German embassy you apply at. All other German visa applications for studies are normally processed within 3 months.