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Extracurriculars are always an add-on to your profile. Any achievements at the state or national and international level are considered important. Working for social causes such as for an NGO or charity trusts on a regular basis
There are some conditions for everyone applying for a study visa to Netherlands which are as follows
You must have a valid passport or another travel document. A child may be included in the passport of one of the parents. The passport must have a validity of at least six months when you receive your MVV.
You sign an antecedents certificate. The antecedents certificate can be found in the application form. In this certificate you provide information on your criminal record. After having arrived in the Netherlands, you will undergo a medical test for tuberculosis (TB) within 3 months of receiving the notice.
You must show that you have enough money in your bank account for sustaining yourself throughout the period of the course/degree. The amount varies each year, but for 2019, irrespective of the course, the amount was € 882.47 for every month that you are going to stay in the Netherlands.
If you are staying in the Netherlands for more than four months you will need to go to the city council and register as a new resident of the town where you are living, where you will receive a BSN which is like a social security number that you will have to use for all employment and taxation purposes.
You have (provisionally) been accepted by a university or university of applied sciences as a student to a full-time accredited day programme. This university or university of applied sciences is a recognised sponsor. Recognised educational institutions are listed in the Public Register of Recognised Sponsors.
You obtain at least 50% of the required credits for each academic year. This is called study progress monitoring.
The Netherlands visa application process is unique due to the fact that the process is initiated by the Higher Education Institution(HEI) that has accepted your application. The educational institution has a list of documents that you need. You have to have official foreign documents legalised and translated into Dutch, English, French or German. Document legalization fees are INR 2050/- per document. It may take a long time to go through the whole list of documents that require translation and legalization, hence it is recommended that one must start in advance.
Only the recognised educational institution can submit the application for a residence permit for study. A recognised educational institution has made an agreement with the IND and is listed in the Public Register of Recognised Sponsors.
The educational institution applies for the MVV (long term stay study visa) and the residence permit at the same time. The IND has to make a decision within a period of 60 days for the residence permit.
If the IND intends to grant you your visa, then they will inform the education institute that applied for the MVV on your behalf to collect the MVV from the Dutch Embassy. You have 3 months to collect the MVV. Make an online appointment for this with the Embassy. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months on the day you get the MVV. Once you have collected your MVV, you can travel to the Netherlands. Entry in to the Netherlands is allowed within 90 days of the issue. The validity is shown on the MVV sticker. The MVV allows you to travel within the Schengen Area.
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