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Hello to everyone,I am working here in Singapore and I am Filipino but the papers process here in Singapore... I just wanted to share what is the outcome of my interview... I am not sure if the process here is the same at Philippines Consulate Office,before I pay the interview fee there's one Singaporean lady interview me first then she ask me to showed all of our proof that we had relationship of my fiance she asked me somes personal questions about me and my fiance. So after her interview she gave me form to pay the cashier,so I wait for a 2-3 mins to give the receipt to her,so she called me get the receipt and told me wait my name to call... I wait i think 10-15 mins to call my name,the next interviewer is American lady so she asked me to raised my right hand and sworn. The interview starts again asked also the same questions but her questions is much more than the first. The interview takes about 10 mins,then she asked me the original copy of divorced paper that I dont have with me,I only have photo copy and not notarized by lawyer... The interview is done then the lady gave me peice of paper and it said refusal worksheet and the original copy of divorced paper marked by X and it said that pertain to issue visa... She told me that I can go back anytime and anyday if I have a copy of original divorce paper from court.. That was happen at my interview,now I am hoping that when I go back and give them the original copy I will be approve and not deny... I keep praying that our papers will be doing fine... Thanks for everyone who read my story... Goodluck to everyone... God bless

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It seems to me that you are approved. Just give them the papers they want and you should be fine.


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Hello to everyone,I am working here in Singapore and I am Filipino but the papers process here in Singapore... I just wanted to share what is the outcome of my interview... I am not sure if the process here is the same at Philippines Consulate Office,before I pay the interview fee there's one Singaporean lady interview me first then she ask me to showed all of our proof that we had relationship of my fiance she asked me somes personal questions about me and my fiance. So after her interview she gave me form to pay the cashier,so I wait for a 2-3 mins to give the receipt to her,so she called me get the receipt and told me wait my name to call... I wait i think 10-15 mins to call my name,the next interviewer is American lady so she asked me to raised my right hand and sworn. The interview starts again asked also the same questions but her questions is much more than the first. The interview takes about 10 mins,then she asked me the original copy of divorced paper that I dont have with me,I only have photo copy and not notarized by lawyer... The interview is done then the lady gave me peice of paper and it said refusal worksheet and the original copy of divorced paper marked by X and it said that pertain to issue visa... She told me that I can go back anytime and anyday if I have a copy of original divorce paper from court.. That was happen at my interview,now I am hoping that when I go back and give them the original copy I will be approve and not deny... I keep praying that our papers will be doing fine... Thanks for everyone who read my story... Goodluck to everyone... God bless

Hi!!!! So I was reading your post that you apply in Singapore..... So do I,,, I process also mine there.... your holding 221g anyway give the papers they are asking and you will be okey... Just don't lost your receipt because that's is your key to go on and out the embassy and till you got your visa keep your receipt safe.... Goodluck...


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