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I hope someone could give some advices here. I had an appointment last October 30,2008 in St. Luke's Hospital (Manila) for my medical examination and November 7, 2008 for the Embassy Manila interview but something quite happens and was not able to go. This March 2009 we decided to rescheduled my 2 appointments and did call the embassy and they gave me details or date when to go but again for the second time i still missed it and it says from the embassy manila letter that there will be a possible termination of my papers the above date which is april 30 2008-april 20 2009, so it means 1 year is over. It says possible, does it mean we can still reschedule it again? Does anyone knows about Visa Waiver Program?? Hopefully to hear from anyone ..thanks and good luck...

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I hope someone could give some advices here. I had an appointment last October 30,2008 in St. Luke's Hospital (Manila) for my medical examination and November 7, 2008 for the Embassy Manila interview but something quite happens and was not able to go. This March 2009 we decided to rescheduled my 2 appointments and did call the embassy and they gave me details or date when to go but again for the second time i still missed it and it says from the embassy manila letter that there will be a possible termination of my papers the above date which is april 30 2008-april 20 2009, so it means 1 year is over. It says possible, does it mean we can still reschedule it again? Does anyone knows about Visa Waiver Program?? Hopefully to hear from anyone ..thanks and good luck...

Let's recap.

You missed a medical appointment Nov,2008.

You waited till March 2008 to reschedule, and you miss that one.

You then get a letter saying they will terminate your application April 2009 if they don't hear back from you.

It is now July 2009. I would think they cancelled your application due to your missed appointments and lack of communications with the embassy.

You should contact them to see what the current status is and go from there - but I would believe you would have to file a new application (start over).

Edited by Bobby_Umit

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Zambia
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I agree -- the Manila consulate has no good reason to think you are serious about your relationship, so you will probably just need to start all over again--if you really want to continue your marriage. Missing those appointments is a sign that you don't really care.

The Visa Waiver Program is not available to Filipinos.

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By failing to show up in your appointments, it means you are no longer interested with your visa application. You may have to go back to the drawing board.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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I call troll.

i was thinking more like someone who may not own a calendar.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jordan
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Agreed with the others. You failed to contact the consulate timely and they probably terminated your application. they CAN extend those past the expiration date, it sounds like they were going to give you a chance and do so, but you didnt respond. you will need to file again if the file expired.


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I think we had a good reason why i did not show up during my appointments but it does not mean that i wasn't serious about my marriage or in our relationship. When I had my first appointment my husband was here in Philippines and he resigned at his job and believe that he will stay here for good but he wasn't in good shape after 10 months to stay so he decided to go back in U.S.A (we lived together for 13 months) The medical exam was already paid in BPI, i know it was a waste and it hurt me a lot but we are having a problem about money so that was the main reason why we had to cancel the 2 appointments but I hope there will be another chances for us. We are almost 9 months apart from each other since he left , i hope the embassy will understand. But right now I am studying and i have almost 8 months to go before my graduation day. My husband want me to go and visit him during my semestral break this coming october, so we are planning about visitor/tourist visa would it be possible? I will only stay atleast 2 weeks and back in phils to finish my school and if so does anyone could give me all the details if what are the requirements or documents needed???please help

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I think we had a good reason why i did not show up during my appointments but it does not mean that i wasn't serious about my marriage or in our relationship. When I had my first appointment my husband was here in Philippines and he resigned at his job and believe that he will stay here for good but he wasn't in good shape after 10 months to stay so he decided to go back in U.S.A (we lived together for 13 months) The medical exam was already paid in BPI, i know it was a waste and it hurt me a lot but we are having a problem about money so that was the main reason why we had to cancel the 2 appointments but I hope there will be another chances for us. We are almost 9 months apart from each other since he left , i hope the embassy will understand. But right now I am studying and i have almost 8 months to go before my graduation day. My husband want me to go and visit him during my semestral break this coming october, so we are planning about visitor/tourist visa would it be possible? I will only stay atleast 2 weeks and back in phils to finish my school and if so does anyone could give me all the details if what are the requirements or documents needed???please help

i dont think visitors visa is possible.. we tried that before when i was still in PI and we were just trying to decide whether to stay in manila or just settle down here in the states but the US embassy said they really dont give tourist visa to american citizen's spouse. :-(.. so sorry bout that.


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I think we had a good reason why i did not show up during my appointments but it does not mean that i wasn't serious about my marriage or in our relationship. When I had my first appointment my husband was here in Philippines and he resigned at his job and believe that he will stay here for good but he wasn't in good shape after 10 months to stay so he decided to go back in U.S.A (we lived together for 13 months) The medical exam was already paid in BPI, i know it was a waste and it hurt me a lot but we are having a problem about money so that was the main reason why we had to cancel the 2 appointments but I hope there will be another chances for us. We are almost 9 months apart from each other since he left , i hope the embassy will understand. But right now I am studying and i have almost 8 months to go before my graduation day. My husband want me to go and visit him during my semestral break this coming october, so we are planning about visitor/tourist visa would it be possible? I will only stay atleast 2 weeks and back in phils to finish my school and if so does anyone could give me all the details if what are the requirements or documents needed???please help

i dont think visitors visa is possible.. we tried that before when i was still in PI and we were just trying to decide whether to stay in manila or just settle down here in the states but the US embassy said they really dont give tourist visa to american citizen's spouse. :-(.. so sorry bout that.

I agree. Since you are married to an American, there is a presumption that you're gonna stay in the United States and not returning to the Philippines. Little or no chance at all that the US Embassy will give you a visitor's visa unless you can show strong ties to the Philippines.


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I think we had a good reason why i did not show up during my appointments but it does not mean that i wasn't serious about my marriage or in our relationship. When I had my first appointment my husband was here in Philippines and he resigned at his job and believe that he will stay here for good but he wasn't in good shape after 10 months to stay so he decided to go back in U.S.A (we lived together for 13 months) The medical exam was already paid in BPI, i know it was a waste and it hurt me a lot but we are having a problem about money so that was the main reason why we had to cancel the 2 appointments but I hope there will be another chances for us. We are almost 9 months apart from each other since he left , i hope the embassy will understand. But right now I am studying and i have almost 8 months to go before my graduation day. My husband want me to go and visit him during my semestral break this coming october, so we are planning about visitor/tourist visa would it be possible? I will only stay atleast 2 weeks and back in phils to finish my school and if so does anyone could give me all the details if what are the requirements or documents needed???please help

I agree that you had good reasons for missing the appointments but you should have atleast got in touch with them! Good luck with whatever you decide to do.

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