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United States law requires that Ravencrest Chalet has in its files proof of financial ability before student visas can be issued. Proof of financial ability must evidence the fact that the student has sufficient funds to cover the fees for the first term for which he/she has applied. The following are examples of proof of financial ability.
1. A bank letter stating that the student or whomever is financing the schooling has the sufficient cash balance available.
2. A photocopy of the bank balance showing the available balance.
Please send one copy to Ravencrest Chalet (with the school application) and retain a copy to be used as explained below.
Upon acceptance, the student will receive an I-20 form from Ravencrest Chalet which is to be presented to Immigration officials as explained below.
Canadians must present the I-20 form with a copy of the proof of financial ability attached when entering the United States. Immigration officials will issue an I-94 card. The student must keep the I-94 card and the I-20 form together in their possession at all times.
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