Your travel insurance covers the period from your first entry into Germany until your enrollment at your German university. TK health insurance doesn't start covering you until you have been officially enrolled at your university. Hence for the brief period that you arrive at the airport in Germany until your time of enrollment, you need some form of health insurance. This is where your travel insurance comes into play. Germany doesn't joke with its health insurance.
I got into a tuition-free MSc program and only have to cater for my living expenses and pay health insurance. My company will sponsor this. Is a letter signed by my company enough? Also, should the health insurance be obtained prior to the visa application or when you get to Germany and if the former, will the health insurance agency refund if there is visa rejection? For the two years MSc, would the health insurance be a straight payment for two years or on a yearly basis?
I want to be sure that no documents are missing and my visa is accepted. For instance, the statement of purpose isn't listed on my Embassy's checklist. Do I still have to send it? Can you please list all the requirements for a German Visa. I also read on the internet that an affidavit of support and a cover letter are sometimes required. Can you please elaborate on this?
I recently got my admission letter to study in Bonn Sank Augustin (Germany), and I just sent my documents to request for a blocked account to be opened with Deutsche Bank. My problem is I am supposed to be present on 30th September for enrollment, and I haven't even applied for a visa. Can the Embassy reply to me within one month? It is an English masters program, and I have TOEFL iBT, and even Goethe Zertifikat A1.
My letter of credit entry from Deutsche bank had a slight error. The total amount said 8640 euros with a monthly disposal of 670. Although, before transferring the money, I'd received a confirmation of 8640 and 720. The visa officer accepted my documents saying they'll get back to me in case a problem arises. Should I be worried?
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