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do you think that the home office will require me to provide a letter from the university explaining the delay in issuing the degree certificate ?
also, can i show the bank ( the bank that's in the home country ) statement of someone i know from my home country. and would i have to provide an affidavit of that person or something of that sort showing that he is willingly sponsoring me ?
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It is not necessary to have the letter from the university but if you are able to get this, then it would help in explaining the gap and for any future application.
You can show a bank statement from your country of origin but this is limited to your parents (only you and your parents can provide bank statements showing funds available under the rules). If so, your parents will have to provide a letter in support also.
another option is for somebody else to transfer the funds into your account as this can be accepted under the points based system but for the PSW these need to be in your account for 90 days before the application is submitted.
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just one last question. once on psw would i be able to undertake any full-time study on a short-term basis if i find it necessary for furthur development of my career ? what are the rules for that ? thank you.
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