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About CrossPoint ECPF

We are certified by Bhutan Qualifications and Professional Certification Authority, and licensed by Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Employment (License #1051911). Our goal is to foster academic excellence and cultural diversity by facilitating transformative educational experiences and cultural exchanges. 

Vision

Our vision is to promote global educational exchange by supporting Bhutanese students to study abroad and attracting international students to study in Bhutan, fostering cultural diversity and academic excellence.

Mission

To facilitate educational opportunities and cultural exchange by providing guidance and support to Bhutanese students seeking to study abroad and by creating an inclusive environment that entices international students to pursue their education in Bhutan.

Virtual Service Access

There’s no need to visit our office to access our services. Simply reach out to us via our website and our friendly staff will get in touch with you if any additional information is required.

Efficient Document Submission

By utilising our online forms, you have the convenience of submitting your documents according to the specified list and requirements. Complete documentation allows for expedited processing of your admission application.

Comprehensive Cost Estimates

We are pleased to offer you a detailed quote for the total cost of our services. Additionally, if needed, we can provide quotes for airfare and insurance to ensure a comprehensive estimate

Online Visa Application Processing

If you can submit your documents through our online forms, we can also process your visa application accordingly. Rest assured, if we need any additional details or clarifications, our team will promptly get in touch with you.

Only 3 steps required

There’s no need to visit our office to access our services. Simply reach out to us via our website and our friendly staff will get in touch with you if any additional information is required.

1. Request Free Quote

Ultimately, finances are crucial! Understanding the overall expenses involved in the entire process is essential. If you are curious about the expenses for course application, visa processing, and travel arrangements to your study destination, simply click ‘Request Free Quote. We will offer an estimate of the total cost, ensuring complete transparency with NO HIDDEN COSTS!!!

2. Register Interest

Once you are satisfied with our quote and ready to proceed with your application, the next crucial step is to register your interest. By doing so, we can efficiently advance your application for course admission. It’s important to note that delays in the course admission application may occur if complete information and supporting documentation are not provided through the ‘Register Interest form

3. Visa Lodgement

At this stage, you would have received your offer letter form the academic institution!  It’s now time to proceed with your visa application by submitting additional supporting documents. In particular, financial documents are required to back up your statement of purpose. To know the specific details of the documents needed for the main applicant and any other applicants, and submit your documents, read and complete ‘Visa Lodgement’ form

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FAQ

What are the differences between Offer Letter and Conditional Offer Letter provided by education providers?

An offer letter for university admission is a formal communication sent by a university to a student who has successfully completed the application process and has met the necessary admission requirements. The offer letter confirms that the student has been accepted into the university’s program of their choice. It typically includes important details such as the program name, start date, duration of the program, tuition fees, any scholarships or financial aid offered, and other relevant information. In most cases, the offer letter for university admission is unconditional, meaning that as long as the student accepts the offer and meets any administrative requirements (such as submitting required documents), their admission is confirmed.

A conditional offer letter for university admission is sent when the university is willing to offer admission to a student, but there are specific conditions that the student must meet before their admission becomes final and official. These conditions might include achieving a certain grade point average in the final year of high school or completing certain prerequisite courses. For instance, if a student is applying to a science program, the university might send a conditional offer letter contingent upon the student successfully completing high school chemistry. Once the student fulfills the specified conditions, their admission becomes unconditional, and they can proceed to enroll in the program.

What is GTE and how is it different from COE?

GTE stands for “Genuine Temporary Entrant.” In the context of applying for a student visa, GTE refers to the assessment made by immigration authorities to determine whether the applicant’s intention to study in a foreign country is genuine and temporary. The GTE requirement is in place to ensure that individuals who apply for student visas are truly intending to study and not using the student visa as a way to gain entry for other purposes, such as immigration. Applicants must provide evidence that they have a genuine intention to study, demonstrate a clear connection to their home country, and show that their stay in the foreign country is temporary. This assessment involves evaluating factors such as the applicant’s immigration history, education background, ties to their home country, and the chosen course of study.

Who all are eligible to sponsor the visa applicant?

Parents or legal guardians are often eligible to sponsor their children for various types of visas, such as student visas or dependent visas. They might need to demonstrate their financial capacity to support the applicant.

A spouse or de facto partner might be eligible to sponsor an applicant for certain visa types, such as partner visas or dependent visas.

In some cases, other family members such as siblings, grandparents, or aunts/uncles might be eligible to sponsor applicants, depending on the visa category and country.

Employers might sponsor employees for work visas or other employment-related visas. They typically need to provide evidence of a genuine job offer and meet specific requirements set by the immigration authority.

Educational institutions might sponsor students for visas, especially in cases where the student is pursuing a course of study or training. Institutions might need to provide confirmation of enrollment and other relevant details.

Certain government agencies or organizations might sponsor individuals for specialized visas, such as research visas or exchange programs.

Individuals who provide a financial guarantee or assurance of financial support for an applicant’s stay might be considered sponsors, especially in cases where the applicant’s own financial capacity is insufficient.

It’s important to note that sponsorship typically involves legal and financial responsibilities. Sponsors often need to provide evidence of their ability to support the applicant financially, and they might be required to meet certain legal obligations during the applicant’s stay.

Before choosing a sponsor or being sponsored, it’s recommended to review the official guidelines provided by the immigration authority of the country you’re applying to. Different visa categories have different sponsorship requirements, and the rules can vary widely. If you’re unsure about sponsorship eligibility or requirements, consider seeking advice from a qualified immigration advisor or consultant.

Is it essential to declare your previous visa refusals and relationship status while re-applying for Visa?

Yes, it is absolutely essential to declare your previous visa refusals and provide accurate information about your relationship status when re-applying for a visa. Immigration authorities value transparency and honesty in the application process. Failing to disclose previous visa refusals or providing incorrect information about your relationship status can have serious consequences and negatively impact your chances of a successful visa application. Here’s why it’s important to declare this information: