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How to write a letter requesting a re-matriculation for my master studies at my original home university after being de-matriculated up-to two years in pursuit of transferring to another university?

Unfortunately, I failed for almost three times at enrolling with the transferred university even though my application was successfully accepted. The reason for missing my enrollment was that I miss to show up on time for the three enrollment appointments with the international students’ affairs office which requires international students like myself to show up personally at their office for completing enrollment prior to the semester start. The fact that I am living in my home country, not the same where I study, has remarkably contributed to this undesirable situation. My country had just witnessed a civil war while during that time of insecurity, I felt obliged to stay with my family. In addition, the insecurity leads to an economical deterioration causing a huge currency inflammation that affected my means to sponsor my study and I had some financial barriers. I really believe re-matriculation with my original university is more feasible for my enrollment since they aren't requesting personal showing up at the international students' affairs office for their enrollments.

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I'm not sure what you need help with. If it's a letter, then draft it and post it below. We'll do our best to help.

Just one thing: do not say "currency inflammation". Use "currency devaluation" instead.