Joint bank accounts
The Tier 4 Policy Guidance says that you can use a joint bank account to show evidence of your funds only if you are named on the account as an account holder. The only exception is where you are using a joint account in the name of your parents or legal guardians.
The evidence of funds held in the joint account must meet the requirements outlined in the Tier 4 Policy Guidance (whether a bank statement, bank letter or other evidence).
If you use a joint account which does not name you as an account holder or is not a joint account in both of your parents' names, then there is a risk that your Tier 4 application will be refused.
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