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Student visa question

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I have a very worrisome question that I hope someone can help with. My son just left for Switzerland in a 10-week course through an American university in the U.S.
He will be studying in Switzerland and was told he would not need a visa. Following this is a 16-week study abroad program in Italy with the same university. He took with him all of the paperwork to apply at the Italian Consulate in Switzerland to get a student visa for that second program in Italy. Does anyone know the likelihood that they will accept and grant a student visa under these circumstances?
Any help....?
Thanks

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