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Applying for German visa - Help?

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I am applying for a German visa tomorrow (resident of the USA) to become an Au Pair in February, 2017. I have all of the necessary documents, however my language skills when it comes to German are pretty poor. I don't have much time to learn the language and I work two jobs so it has been difficult for me to find time to study. My host family has me enrolled in language classes starting in February as soon as I arrive. Is it likely that an exception will be made for my lack of skills because I am enrolled in classes, or am I surely to be denied? Some advice would be extremely helpful. Thank you in advance!

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