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Duth Parliament concerns about high amounts for obtaining visa

30 May 2009, 17:50

The Dutch Parliament concerns about the high amounts that foreign students must pay for obtaining an authorization for temporary stay (MVV).

The Dutch Parliamnet concerns about the high amounts that foreign students must pay for obtaining an authorization for temporary stay (MVV).

Minister Plasterk was asked for clarification on an advance of 10,000 euros that students should have on the bank account in order to obtaing a MVV. higher education that would ask.

The reason for the Chamber is an article on the website of the Association of Surinamese students from  Amsterdam. They organized a meeting in Paramaribo information meeting about studying in the Netherlands, where it was talked about about the high costs.

At this moment  an advance of 10,000 euros is required before the application for an MVV for paying the visa fees, administrative costs and fees.  That is not coincide with information from the Nuffic. It states that foreign students should provide a recent bank statement  which shows a minimum monthly income of 635 euros.

Nuffic states that the transfer of twelve times the monthly amount as the other option. The University can show to IND  its own copy of a bank statement for  MVV applications. The IND accepts it as evidence according to Nuffic.

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