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I’m travelling to South Korea soon with my Korean girlfriend. We both live in a Southeast Asian country of which I am a citizen. I used to lived in Europe till a few months back so I have a bank account there which holds most of my savings. For proving that I have enough funds for the trip, I need to submit a bank statement with transactions from the last 6 months. The problem is that it is impossible for me to get those bank statements stamped by the bank since I’m here.
I also have a bank account in my home country but it barely has had any money since the past 6 months. My girlfriend recently transferred $ 2000 into that account so that I could submit a proper stamped statement from this account as well.
Now I understand that these type of last minute deposits are referred to as ‘funds parking’ and are generally discouraged. But in my situation, since I’m also submitting an unstamped statement from my European bank, will it okay? Is it too suspicious that my gf who is also travelling with me transferred so much money into my account just before my visa appointment?
I have a valid C Business visa (30 days) for my trip to Netherlands, I work remotely for a company while living in my home country. They invited me for conference meeting. Im planning my trip in coming days. Im however taking only 400 Euros with my for my whole trip I also planned vacations in neighbourhood countries. The idea is I’ll take my monthly salary by hand for the last month. So I can save some money in exchanging money. And I’ll spend my salary’s money for whole trip. Now following are my questions:
- Is that a legal thing to do? I dont want to do illegal things.
- If legal then On landing in Netherland, is that okay to tell Immigration that I have debit card to finance my whole trip. (If they ask for proof of funds).
- On doing so while departure I may have some more money than the money I entered the country, Is that okay to tell immigration that I took my last month salary from employer. Do they keep that record entered and exit money?
Again I dont want to do any illegal stuff, Please guide with some reference.
I am applying for a canadian visa study permit for a 1 year program, the entire funds needed for the program and embassy requirement is 22k USD, I have in the bank, since I am not working my dad has sold a land he had, I wanted to have more in the bank, I borrowed 7k USD, now, should find some coverage to this 7k $ ? Thanks
I’ll be applying for a Tier 4 student visa to do a postgraduate degree in the UK. I will be getting a loan from the bank for the funds but how can i prove this during my application as i don’t want to get the loan and for whatever reason my application is rejected. Can i proof of the loan being approved instead?
Also I need to undertake my IELTS english exam. How long does it take to the get the results for this exam?
We paid $ 50 for the ad on May 10, Transaction ID: 53D58052X8451781L. The funds are not reflecting in the Ad account.
I’m creating derived
addresses from a
HD private key.
I have all data saved, such as the;
HD private key and derived
addresses with their
private keys, plus
I’m receiving funds in each address, but need a way to import all the funds as efficiently as possible into a SPV wallet. At the moment I import each address
wif to recieve its corresponding balance.
Is there a neat way to pull in all funds that derive from a “master key”. Or, have I misunderstood deterministic benefits – am I trying achieve a non existent feature?
TLDR; what’s the best way to import funds from multiple addresses?
Is there a way to recover funds if both channel partners suffer loss of the latest channel state? Would both having their static-channel-backups be sufficient to recover the channel?
This can be seen clearly from both accounts at the same banks, that the source of the funds is my savings account. Should I write a cover letter to explain this? Both my accounts are linked.
I received an invoice from node Z and my node (A) suggests me 4 possible routes.
If the first two routes fail, are there cases in which funds can get stuck in one of these routes until the HTLC expires?
Which are these cases? Are they avoidable?
If I try the routes with a failed hash can I avoid to have my funds locked in a failed attempt (or is it better to test routes with a few millisatoshis)?