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I know this may sound silly to some.... but we wanted to check everyone's experience and not make any assumptions....

Janice received the visa packet... but everything, including her passport is sealed in a plastic envelope marked in big letters with a warning... but she needs her passport stamped by the CFO office and she needs it to board the plane, leave Manila.... is it ok to open the outer envelope to get the passport?

there is a larger clear envelope with the passport, warning paper, and another envelope inside addressed to the foreign service of the us

Warning Paper: DO NOT OPEN, OR EVEN ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE VIS PACKET OR ENVELOPE. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE A SIGNIFICANT DELAY IF THE VISA PACKET IS TORN...

?Anyone

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The warning is about the second envelope in the package, that is the sealed envelope that the Border officer at the US Point of entry opens, she should be able to open the outer envelope to retrieve her passport. :yes:

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I know this may sound silly to some.... but we wanted to check everyone's experience and not make any assumptions....

Janice received the visa packet... but everything, including her passport is sealed in a plastic envelope marked in big letters with a warning... but she needs her passport stamped by the CFO office and she needs it to board the plane, leave Manila.... is it ok to open the outer envelope to get the passport?

there is a larger clear envelope with the passport, warning paper, and another envelope inside addressed to the foreign service of the us

Warning Paper: DO NOT OPEN, OR EVEN ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE VIS PACKET OR ENVELOPE. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE A SIGNIFICANT DELAY IF THE VISA PACKET IS TORN...

?Anyone

hi!, i got that too already and in GOD's well im here already in USA and yes you can get your passport cause that would be use in CFO and for going here but the brown envelop don't attemp to open it.

congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and GOD BLESS

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The warning is about the second envelope in the package, that is the sealed envelope that the Border officer at the US Point of entry opens, she should be able to open the outer envelope to retrieve her passport. :yes:

Ditto - Congrats :thumbs:


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