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      default avatar 4Deborah Mensqht


      I was given a scholarship that covers my full tuition and provides me with a stipend for my masters degree.

      However, there is a deficit of 17, 000 which is not covered by the scholarship. My mentor who I have been volunteering with as a research assistant will be paying for the deficit.

      What are my chances of getting my visa approved.

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      We don’t see any issues there. As long as you interview effectively, your chances should be good.

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