Financial requirement. Check whether you are exempt from providing evidence
To be granted a Student Visa in the UK, you must be awarded 70 points in total, 10 of which for meeting the Financial requirement.
Evidence to show that you meet the financial requirement does not need to be provided with the application if you are applying from the country or territory where you are living, or from within the UK, and you either hold a passport which shows you are registered as a British National (Overseas), or which was issued by the competent authorities of Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR or Taiwan (which includes the number of the identification card issued by the competent authority in Taiwan), or you are a national of any of the following:
Republic of Cyprus
The Dominican Republic
United Arab Emirates
United States of America
It does not follow that, if you are a national of one of the above countries, you do not need to meet the financial requirement for a Student Visa in the UK. It only means that you are exempt from providing evidence with the application. Such evidence may still be required by the decision maker, and must provided by you if requested to do so.
If you want to apply for a Student Visa and need specialist advice, feel free to contact me. Please note that I am an accredited immigration adviser, not an employee of the UK Visas and Immigration. I charge fees for the advice provided.