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When I applied in 2004, I managed to get bank statements for 12 months from ABN AMRO for which they charged me INR 50/-. The statememts were on their original letterhead (same as their monthly standard statements).
I am sure you will get the same. Speak to them again.
All the best.
That would have been true for EC under HSMP. The latest Tier 1 guidance note says:meer_iet wrote:yes, it will be accepted provided,
all the pages are signed and stamped by an ABN-Amro executive with his/her name and designation on it.
I got my HSMP approval and EC based on that.
Why dont you try to submit online statement and get a letter from the bank. The guidance also says:Documentary Requirements
C5.4 This evidence must be original, on the official letter-headed paper or stationery of the organisation and bearing the official stamp of that organisation. It must have been issued by an authorised official of that organisation. For the purposes of paragraph 245G of the Immigration Rules, the documents specified are as follows:
1. Personal bank or equivalent statements covering the 3 month period immediately preceding the application.
The personal bank or equivalent statements should clearly show:
The applicantâ€™s name;
The account number;
The date of the statement;
The financial institutionâ€™s name and logo;
Transactions covering the three month period;
That there are sufficient funds present in the account i.e. the balance must always be at least Â£2800/Â£800;
The receipt of funds along with regular withdrawals from the account, where appropriate.
regards,If the applicant wishes to submit electronic bank statements from an online account these must contain all of the details listed above. In addition, the applicant will need to provide a supporting letter from their bank, on company headed paper, confirming the authenticity of the statements provided.