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:help: we have our AOS interview tommorow and my husband just went to get his passport and his birth certificate out of the safe to find out his mother took the key with her overseas... the only thing we have is photo copys of his passport and birth certificate .. no orginals im so upset ... is this going to be a problem for the interview tommorow ?? or should i start calling a locksmith to break open the safe ... ? :help:

im tearing my hair out ..

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Oh wow so sorry to hear of your problem.

Can you call the office tomorrow morning before your interview and explain the situation and see if they'll accept copies?

I hope you can get something sorted out, I can't imagine what you're going through at the moment but I'm sure it'll all work out OK.


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If you can't pry it out of the wall to get it to the locksmith, and talk to the officer about it, they may just not officially approve you until they see the original - hopefully once you can get into the safe and show them the articles, they will then approve it. Doesn't the mother have a spare key somewhere that you can get? What a pain - hope you get this resolved. Maybe there are locksmiths that do house calls.

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Man i'd panic too! :( hope everything will be sorted out (F)


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