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Documents Required to Open a Blocked Account

Documents Required to Open a Blocked Account

Germany is becoming a hub for students looking to study abroad. Also, the quality and affordable education in Germany are the key attractions for the students opting to study in Germany. Although living in Germany is quite affordable still the officials always want to confirm that you have sufficient funds to stay for a year in Germany. However, a blocked account is a popular way to prove financial resources to officials for a stay and get your visa. Several banks offer this facility. Deutsche Bank is one of the most popular choices among students.

Documents Required to Open a Blocked Account
Documents Required to Open a Blocked Account

Document list for Blocked Account

To open an account for showing your funds you need to have the following documents. Various banks provide you with this facility and almost all of the banks require all the mentioned documents.

  • Two Copies of the Completely Filled Application Form
  • Valid Passport (original and xerox copy)
  • Copy of Admission Letter
  • A Prepaid Envelop from providers like DHL, FedEx, and UPS)
  • Bank Statement for the Evidence of the Source of Funds
  • 2 Passport sized Photographs

If you follow all the procedures carefully and correctly, your blocked account will be opened within 4 to 5 days. Once you have opened an account and got the mail confirming the same you can deposit the amount to your account. Though the process takes very less time still you need to be careful with it as a slight mistake can cause the denial of your application. However, to be on the safe side you need to start this procedure before your visa process.

Also, Read

Proof of Financial Resources in Germany

How to Open a Blocked Account in Germany?

Where to open a German Blocked Account for international students and visas for Germany?

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