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Bank loan FDR Receipt as proof of financial statement

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    Hi,

    Along with my parents business account bank statement and savings account statement, can i show Bank loan FDR Receipt as proof of financial statement?

    This is because my main proof of finance is the fdr receipt. However is showing bank loan a negative point for my student visa?

     

    Thanks

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