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Question about this package where do they send this? My fiancé address "OR" you pick this package same time when the visa is available from 2GO office?

I just want my fiancé to be aware of it. To make sure his the one "ONLY PERSON" will received it no one else (they might accidentally open it or maybe out of curiosity if ever his neighbor got it they might open it intentionally :bonk: )

thanks!!!


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The Embassy will send the visa packet to wherever your fiancé wants them to send it. At his interview, he will fill out a 2Go delivery form and include the address he wants it sent to. He can have his visa packet sent to his home address or to a 2GO office. It's his choice.


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The Embassy will send the visa packet to wherever your fiancé wants them to send it. At his interview, he will fill out a 2Go delivery form and include the address he wants it sent to. He can have his visa packet sent to his home address or to a 2GO office. It's his choice.

will the package and his visa will be separated right? (folder/package/or whatever they call it lol) but they will give it to him at the same time. am i right?

when i set up his interview we indicated he wanted to pick it up in a nearest 2GO office. thanks


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will the package and his visa will be separated right? (folder/package/or whatever they call it lol) but they will give it to him at the same time. am i right?

when i set up his interview we indicated he wanted to pick it up in a nearest 2GO office. thanks

Passport with visa is separated from the Do Not Open package. Remember the recipient of the passport should check the visa to see if the info on it is correct as well as recipient needs to use the passport to check in at the airport & used at the chosen US POE so the passport must be in its own package separate from the special envelope. Both collected at the same time.

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Passport with visa is separated from the Do Not Open package. Remember the recipient of the passport should check the visa to see if the info on it is correct as well as recipient needs to use the passport to check in at the airport & used at the chosen US POE so the passport must be in its own package separate from the special envelope. Both collected at the same time.

wow very informative answer..yes we will definitely follow your advice thanks :thumbs:


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Passport with visa is separated from the Do Not Open package. Remember the recipient of the passport should check the visa to see if the info on it is correct as well as recipient needs to use the passport to check in at the airport & used at the chosen US POE so the passport must be in its own package separate from the special envelope. Both collected at the same time.

Just to add one more thing to this good advice about checking the visa information for correctness is to check the visa for its expiration date. You must enter the US before the visa expires.

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will the package and his visa will be separated right? (folder/package/or whatever they call it lol) but they will give it to him at the same time. am i right?

when i set up his interview we indicated he wanted to pick it up in a nearest 2GO office. thanks

The DO NOT OPEN envelope and the passport are all in a plastic bag together, 2GO will require ID at delivery. Like said check over the visa for "opps" and don't damage the brown envelope.


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will the package and his visa will be separated right? (folder/package/or whatever they call it lol) but they will give it to him at the same time. am i right?

when i set up his interview we indicated he wanted to pick it up in a nearest 2GO office. thanks

That is the safest bet if you are concerned that someone will open the visa.


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Just to add one more thing to this good advice about checking the visa information for correctness is to check the visa for its expiration date. You must enter the US before the visa expires.

Dave

I’m hoping as soon that my fiancé got his visa on hand he'll be departing pinas ASAP :blush: (wishing that the flight ticket will be cheaper due to "ALMOST" peak season)

We will definitely check on that too. Thanks

The DO NOT OPEN envelope and the passport are all in a plastic bag together, 2GO will require ID at delivery. Like said check over the visa for "opps" and don't damage the brown envelope.

omg..i hope it's not rainig cat and dogs in pinas when the time my fiance pick up his package and visa. thanks


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That is the safest bet if you are concerned that someone will open the visa.

yes we prepare to pick it up. esp. SOME people in pinas are chismosa/chismoso :rofl: ...out of curiosity or jealousy(perhaps) they might hide/damage or open it right. thanks kennard...wish you luck for noa2 :thumbs:


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yes we prepare to pick it up. esp. SOME people in pinas are chismosa/chismoso :rofl: ...out of curiosity or jealousy(perhaps) they might hide/damage or open it right. thanks kennard...wish you luck for noa2 :thumbs:

The workers at the 2GO office will know it's a visa packet. When your fiancé goes there to pick it up, everyone at the office will be singing the song about Pinoys who go abroad and return someday. You know the song...babalik ka rin... :jest:


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The workers at the 2GO office will know it's a visa packet. When your fiancé goes there to pick it up, everyone at the office will be singing the song about Pinoys who go abroad and return someday. You know the song...babalik ka rin... :jest:

ehehe famous singer gary v. :yes:


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Question about this package where do they send this? My fiancé address "OR" you pick this package same time when the visa is available from 2GO office?

Depends which one your fiance specifies after her interview - she can choose to have it delivered to her home address, or pick it up from any 2Go location.

I just want my fiancé to be aware of it. To make sure his the one "ONLY PERSON" will received it no one else (they might accidentally open it or maybe out of curiosity if ever his neighbor got it they might open it intentionally :bonk: )

thanks!!!

If she will have it delivered to her door, they will NOT give the package to anyone BUT her. Not even to family members, except if they have a letter of authorization.


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Depends which one your fiance specifies after her interview - she can choose to have it delivered to her home address, or pick it up from any 2Go location.

If she will have it delivered to her door, they will NOT give the package to anyone BUT her. Not even to family members, except if they have a letter of authorization.

actually it's a "HIM" :blush:

we prepare to pick up. thanks


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actually it's a "HIM" :blush:

we prepare to pick up. thanks

:ot:

It's none of my business, but I'm wondering if you are Pinay or puti?

If you are a Pinay, how is your Tagalog?

:ot2:


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