NRI sponsorship and undertaking for Indian students

Sponsoring Indian students overseas

Do you have relatives overseas looking to enter university?

We are often asked by clients to assist them with sponsoring their relatives in India in applications for further education. The sponsorship form generally needs to be signed and witnessed by a notary public before being returned to the university.

Each university has its own form and own requirement, but generally the requirement is for the sponsor to pledge a specific amount to cover the students expected fees and expenses for the duration of the course.

As a leading provider of notary public services in Sydney, we offer low cost fixed fees and appointments on short notice so that you can avoid the delays and hassles when you are on a limited budget and in urgent need of assistance.

To obtain a quote on our notary public services for India, please visit https://www.notary-parramatta.com.au/notary-fees/.

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Acknowledgements

This blog is supported and maintained by . Phang Legal is a leading provider of notary public services in Sydney. With offices conveniently located in Parramatta, Phang Legal supports and services the Indian community across Sydney with readily available and easily accessible notary public services at highly competitive rates.

For more information regarding notary public services for documents going to India, view our notary publications at https://www.notary-parramatta.com.au/jurisdiction/india-notary/.

Frequently asked questions regarding our notary public services can also be found at https://www.notary-parramatta.com.au/faqs/.

For Hindi to English translation services by NAATI accredited translators, see https://hindi-naati-translation.blogspot.com.au/.

Ern Phang
Notary Public

Ern Phang is the solicitor director of Phang Legal and a notary public. Ern regularly writes about his experiences as a notary public, including the kinds of problems and solutions that his clients face when sending documents to India.

IMPORTANT: the information in this article is correct at the time of publication, however the law constantly changes. This means you should always refer to the most recent articles because we try to update this blog on a regular basis with the most current information.