Reasons for Having Access to a Document Revoked
ApplyProof provides access to the digital original of the document. The issuer owns control over the access to the document. They can revoke access to the document for any reason. You can see some of the most frequent reasons for revoking the document below.
If the student failed to pay a tuition deposit by a deadline specified by the school then the document is automatically revoked. Please contact the school directly if you believe this was an error.
As specified by a school, letters of acceptance are set to expire over a period of time since they are not considered valid anymore. This period is typically a year from document inception unless the school specifies a deadline for accepting a letter of acceptance.
If the school finds any evidence of fraud with a document or any part of the application process prior to receiving a letter of acceptance, then the document could be revoked.
In some cases, a letter of acceptance could have been issued to the wrong student or included incorrect information. When this happens, a new document is issued to the student, please check with the school if they have issued you a new document. You can verify the version of the document by looking at the ApplyProof code since they differ from document to document.
ApplyProof has renamed secondary code to Passcode. If your acceptance letter was issued prior to June 2020, then you will not have a Passcode on your document. Please enter your date of birth (DoB) as your passcode in the format of YYYY/MM//DD, for example, if your DoB is 2000/01/01 then enter 2000/01/01 as your Passcode and please include the “/” between the dates.