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hello friends... My interview is done yesterday,but after the interview the interviewer gave me a letter and it said that refusal worksheet.... The divorce paper of my fiance with me is not original,when the interview started she asked me where the original copy of divorce paper so I answer her only the certified true copy is with me so that copy is not acceptable. She want the original copy so the interview still continue,after somes questions she gave me a letter and said return at consulate office anytime and anyday when i have an original copy of divorce paper... Now i have worried if I am approve or deny... I need to think positive about this.. I'm waiting to the original copy my fiance already post it... We're still praying that everything will be ok.... thanks

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hello friends... My interview is done yesterday,but after the interview the interviewer gave me a letter and it said that refusal worksheet.... The divorce paper of my fiance with me is not original,when the interview started she asked me where the original copy of divorce paper so I answer her only the certified true copy is with me so that copy is not acceptable. She want the original copy so the interview still continue,after somes questions she gave me a letter and said return at consulate office anytime and anyday when i have an original copy of divorce paper... Now i have worried if I am approve or deny... I need to think positive about this.. I'm waiting to the original copy my fiance already post it... We're still praying that everything will be ok.... thanks

did they return your passport? if not they were just need the original divorce paper of your fiance. submit the original as soon as you have it and you will be fine. just pray and you will have your visa soon..... good luck.


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yes,they returned my passport only she said go back anytime and anyday.... that's all then I said thank you....

I think you are not denied. You just need to submit the documents they requested and it'll be fine. Goodluck!


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You might of actually had what they wanted.

Here in the US the "Original" of a divorce decree/order is kept on file at the local court house.

When you go to the Clerk of the Circuit Court to get a copy of the document you have 2 options:

1) Plain photocopy

2) Certified Copy

The Certified Copy is what the US Embassy wants. If the document you hold has the Stamp of the Circuit Clerk's office on it then it is the document they were looking for.

This stamp varies from county to county. Sometimes it's embossed (indentations in the paper) and sometimes it's just a rubber stamp. Either way most often it will be signed by the Clerk who gives you the document.

Anyway, if you were denied outright then they wouldn't be asking for the document so just make sure to get the correct copy and provide it to them. If you're a Filipino in Singapore I can understand why they would want you to keep your passport (being in a foreign land) until they can actually approve you.

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You might of actually had what they wanted.

Here in the US the "Original" of a divorce decree/order is kept on file at the local court house.

When you go to the Clerk of the Circuit Court to get a copy of the document you have 2 options:

1) Plain photocopy

2) Certified Copy

The Certified Copy is what the US Embassy wants. If the document you hold has the Stamp of the Circuit Clerk's office on it then it is the document they were looking for.

This stamp varies from county to county. Sometimes it's embossed (indentations in the paper) and sometimes it's just a rubber stamp. Either way most often it will be signed by the Clerk who gives you the document.

Anyway, if you were denied outright then they wouldn't be asking for the document so just make sure to get the correct copy and provide it to them. If you're a Filipino in Singapore I can understand why they would want you to keep your passport (being in a foreign land) until they can actually approve you.

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Oh ok thanks,my fiance went at court where his divorce filed so he told me that he already got the original copy with stamp from court. I'm just waiting the paper so that i can bring it to consulate office... I am working here in singapore and I am filipino... Thanks for all of ur replies..

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Oh ok thanks,my fiance went at court where his divorce filed so he told me that he already got the original copy with stamp from court. I'm just waiting the paper so that i can bring it to consulate office... I am working here in singapore and I am filipino... Thanks for all of ur replies..

I just want to clarify but is this at the Embassy in Singapore ?


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USEM Singapore is MUCH EASIER to deal with. Thankfully !

Just wait on yer fiance's document to arrive, and drop it off with 'that form' you got on interview day - you should be OK ! Just some delay, but not something tragic.


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