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Financial documents for I20 (USC, NCSU and ASU)
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Financial documents for I20 (USC, NCSU and ASU)
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Hello all.. I am in the process of collecting financial documents for i20.

My dad works in Railways and has considerable amount in his Provident Fund account. He has got a statement from his office stating the PF balance, but it does not state anything like how much is withdraw-able. Is it okay ? Or should I ask him to get another one? (USC website says PF is acceptable only if it states amount available for withdrawal) I will be submitting for USC, NCSU and ASU.

This thread says for NCSU just PF statement is sufficient.
http://www.edulix.com/forum/showthread.php?pid=1049556

I am mainly worried about USC

P.S. Government officials are really lazy. Though we asked them to mention the amount available for withdrawal, they said they can't give like that.
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03-16-2017 03:43 PM
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RE: Financial documents for I20 (USC, NCSU and ASU)
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Hey, This reply is not related to your question though. I would like to know if u had to choose from those 3 which one would you choose. I have an admit in ASU and would like to know whether it is a good school or not.
thank you.
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RE: Financial documents for I20 (USC, NCSU and ASU)
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(03-17-2017 12:39 AM)prince2343 Wrote:  Hey, This reply is not related to your question though. I would like to know if u had to choose from those 3 which one would you choose. I have an admit in ASU and would like to know whether it is a good school or not.
thank you.

Hi.. I would choose USC.. ASU is a good school.. But for me other choices are better.

They have accepted my documents in both NCSU and USC.. Hence closing the thread
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(03-17-2017 12:39 AM)prince2343 Wrote:  Hey, This reply is not related to your question though. I would like to know if u had to choose from those 3 which one would you choose. I have an admit in ASU and would like to know whether it is a good school or not.
thank you.

ASU is a very good school. Doing MS there is worthwhile.
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