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Anybody Successful Emergency AP in St. Paul?

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Just wondering if anybody has a success story for emergency AP in St. Paul Minnesota. We have a family emergency and are trying to get AP relatively fast. Just trying to decide if it would be better to make an infopass appointment and hope we can get it that same day.


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I would make that Infopass appt. There is another active thread in this forum (by J and C) where she went to her local office but they processed the emergency AP through New Orleans. So if St. Paul can't help, it sounds like they'll probably farm it out somewhere else.

Sorry about your family emergency.


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