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Has anyone tried to appeal an Italy study visa before?

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zimmer550
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« on: August 19, 2017, 07:05:59 am »

So I have been told by several people that my Italy study visa will be rejected due to my low GPA (2.49) and because I did freelancing to cover my 8 month study gap (not related to what I did in my bachelors which is electrical engineering). I am applying from Pakistan and frankly I have lost all hope at this point. I was selected for MS in Bologna and I have an IELTS of 8 and I even had unibo action 2 (11,000 eur in scholarship). Yet, I am not so optimistic because of my GPA. So, now I want to know the appeal process.

If anyone has ever tried to appeal a denied Italy study visa before can they walk me through the process. I know that I am supposed to hire an Italian lawyer. Which Italian lawyer do I hire and what is the fee for the appeal normally and do appeals normally work? I need some answers regarding this because right now I feel hopeless and I am not so optimistic about getting a study visa.
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yaris
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« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2017, 11:09:57 am »

Have you already submitted the application, or are you just afraid of such development of your case? The visa application is usually handled by the school. GPA is not the only factor that is considered upon granting visa. You may be able to extend your other qualities, universities also have quotas for specific regions or countries for how many students they wish to accept. An applicant with a lower GPA from a highly supported country may be admitted, while another applicant from a less supported country may be denied with higher GPA.

Here is another thread with visa appeal process in Italy:

Appeal - visa denial by Italian embassy
(http://www.maxi-pedia.com/forum/index.php?topic=593.msg)
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