A student visa extension is a legal process in which you extend your student visa while in a foreign country. To extend your student visa, you must prepare all necessary paperwork and meet certain requirements. The process is similar to the one you followed when applying for the original visa. You should also have the required amount of money in your bank account for at least 28 days. This includes the balance of tuition fees and maintenance fees.
Before applying for a student visa extension, make sure you have enough money to cover your studies and to cover any costs. In addition, you must provide proof of your English language proficiency by taking the IELTS exam or proving that you have completed an undergraduate degree in English. You may also need to take a biometric appointment, which involves taking your fingerprints and photograph. Be sure to bring all necessary documents to this appointment.
To ensure a smooth process, make an appointment with the nearest consulate or embassy. Depending on the country you are from, you may be able to avoid the in-person interview requirement. Prepare original and translated copies of documents for the interview. Also, make sure to prepare your application fee and receipt for payment.
The application process requires the presence of adequate funds in your bank account. It should be in the name of the applicant and have a balance one month prior to the online application. The amount should be at least PS1,023 for each month of study, and PS9,207 for up to nine months. A bank statement showing that you have enough money in your account can also be used as evidence.