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I'm applying for a student visa and my father is paying for my expenses. He has all the money available but he usually doesn't keep his money in one bank. Now that I have to provide a bank statement with all the amount in one bank, and it has to be there for not less than 3 months, is this going to be a problem? Because he can gather all of the money and put it in one bank for a statement, but it won't be there for 3 months before I apply for the visa. My program starts soon.

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    Where is a requirement to have all monies in one bank stated? – Traveller Apr 8 '18 at 11:19
  • It's usually a bad idea to move money around for the purpose of a visa application because you will then have to explain why you moved it, in addition to the normal process of proving the funds are yours and are from legitimate sources. – user16259 Apr 8 '18 at 12:42
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    I would provide all of the bank statements from the separate banks and show the arithmetic proving that the sum exists. But I would also get a letter from your father stating that this is his money from his job as a [Whatever]. I'd also provide more than 3 months if possible. – la femme cosmique Apr 8 '18 at 12:44
  • u can give statements for multiple accounts in different banks – The Last Word Apr 8 '18 at 14:46

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