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    powermetal114 is offline Newbie
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    Smile would you please check this long email

    Dear Mr. May,

    I am applying for a J-1 Visa. Would you please aid me in my efforts to visit the Berkely University. I am planning to do my MS Thesis as a scholar there, so I will not be an enrolled student. According to those information provided in the form 2023PS which you can find in the attachment I have the following questions:



    • What should I exactly write in front of the field “Berkely University Title:” on page 1.I’m coming from the Technical University of Stuttgart in Germany. I’m studying Mechanical Engineering.


    • If I tick the box Short Term Scholar on page 2 and I would want to do my Ph.D. subsequent to my MS Thesis there would it be possible to extend my visa from Short Term Scholar to Research Scholar ? This is because if I would leave US after my Thesis upon my departure from the United States, I would be required to complete a mandatory two-year home-country physical presence prior to re-entry into the United States which I don’t want.


    • Regarding FINANCIAL SUPPORT INFORMATION: I asked my banker to give me my recent personal statement on a bank letterhead which is required in the above mentioned form. They do not. The only possibilities that I have at the moment is that to send you my statement of account which I can extract as a PDF-file via Online Banking. Is it enough? Should I have the whole $15600 which is with respect to one year completely now in my account? Right now I have about $11000 which I think is enough for six months.


    • How should I proceed with the insurance part. Should I have a contract and send you the documentations. Do you have any idea which of the insurance institutes is the most usual one with which most of the students have a contract?


    • A general question I have just thought over. Should I actually send you the filled out 2023PS form and take all other required documentations with me as I go to the US embassy applying for the visa or should I send everything to you?


    I hope that I have not burdened you too much with such a long email and so many questions.

    Thank you very much in advance

    Regards,
    Kai Uwe Ansorge

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    Default Re: would you please check this long email

    Dear Mr. May,

    I am applying for a J-1 Visa. Would you please aid me in my efforts to visit the Berkely University? I am planning to do my MS Thesis as a scholar there, so I would not be an enrolled student. With reference to those information provided in the form 2023PS which you can find in the attachment (attached) I have the following questions:



    1. What exactly should I exactly write in front of the field ďBerkely University Title:Ē on page 1? Iím coming from the Technical University of Stuttgart in Germany, where Iím studying Mechanical Engineering.



    2. If I tick the box Short Term Scholar on page 2 and I would want to do my Ph.D. subsequent to my MS Thesis there would it be possible to extend my visa from Short Term Scholar to Research Scholar? This is because if I'm concerned that, if I would leave the US after my Thesis, upon my departure from the United States, I would be required to complete a mandatory two-year home-country physical presence prior to re-entry into the United States which I donít want to do.

    3.Regarding FINANCIAL SUPPORT INFORMATION: I asked my banker to give me my recent personal statement on a bank letterhead which is required in the above mentioned form. They would not. The only possibilities that alternative I have at the moment is that to send you my statement of account which I can extract as a PDF-file via Online Banking. Is it that enough? Should I have the whole $15,600 which is with respect to one year completely now in my account now? Right now I have about $11,000 which I think is enough for six months.

    4. How should I proceed with the insurance part? Should I have a contract and send you the documents? Do you have any idea which of the insurance institutes is the most usual one with which company most of the students have a contract use?

    5. A general question I have just thought over. Should I actually send you the filled out 2023PS form and take all other required documents with me when I go to apply for a visa at the US embassy applying for the visa or should I send everything to you?

    I hope that I have not burdened you too much with such a long email and so many questions.

    Thank you very much in advance

    Regards,
    Kai Uwe Ansorge

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    powermetal114 is offline Newbie
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    Default Re: would you please check this long email

    thank you so much for taking your time and correcting this.

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