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Question about my scars and tattoos

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I got into a small accident in 2010 leaving me with some very noticeable scarring in my face. Long story short i went to a plastic surgeon to fix it, it got infected and made things worse. Several operations later it became even more noticeable. I also have some visable tattoos (hands and neck). I have no criminal background and come from europe.

Would they ask me about it and give me a hard time? Would i need a note from my GP explaining my scars? What about tattoos?

Thanks.

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No there won't be any problems, assuming the tats are not gang related/ don't look like prison tats.

I have full sleeves and a penguin tat on my legs, and they weren't even mentioned.


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Thanks, thats one less worry... I'm usually judged by how i look (beard, scars, tattoos etc) but im a very nice guy lol. One more question, what about my medical history? What do I need to provide? Do i need to show a long list of everything I went to see my GP for? What do they need to know about my past?

Edited by Von_Dutch

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Being from EU it should not be a big deal at your consulate, however many Latin

countries consulate focus on tats....You could have someone translate your tats

proving they are not gang related..numbers, tear drops, clowns & area codes are

focused on by consulates, other tats can be explained..You should not have a prob

Edited by Jawaree

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