What is GTE ?
GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrant) is one of the major factors that play an important role in the outcome of your student visa application to study in Australia. Basically, GTE is the test or measure to guarantee that you are a genuine student and you are not using student visa as a pathway to settle in Australia. You must convince your GTE case officer that you are going Australia for study purposes and you do not have any intention to settle or reside in Australia after completion of your study program.
Generally, students should prepare personal statements of them regarding their individual circumstances. GTE depends upon the individual circumstances of student visa applicants and can vary from person to person. On the other hand, you must provide evidence and proofs of things that you have mentioned in your GTE statements. Along with that, you must include all the necessary documents and papers that support your GTE statement. Below are some of the important things that you should include in your GTE statement
1. Your previous academic background
You need to give all and accurate information about your previous academic journey. In addition to that, you need to provide your academic transcript, certificates, year of graduation and all. And, you have to give clarification about the gap year if you have any gap year in between.
2. Economic sustainability of your family
As like your academics, you are required to mention about the financial stability in your family. You must prove your case officer that you have enough financial support to fund your study and living in Australia. In this case, you might required to include the monthly income staements of family, bank deposit statements, and so on
If you are employed or were previously employed then is necessary for you to provide information about your employment. Also, you might need to provide flash about the name and address of the company, your role in the company, period of employment, and possibly a reference from your workplace.
4. Tie about your home country
Along with all other evidence, you must include strong reasons and incentives that you will return to your home country after completing your study in Australia. Plus, you also need to explain your plans after completion of your study and the job opportunities of your chosen program in your home country.
Before making any decision, the case officer will consider your individual circumstances, a value of your course in your home country, immigration history and your potential situation in Australia