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What is this pink thing everyone is talking about??

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Sorry, don't mean to be a newbie!

I know "pink" means pass, with a Visa on the way. However, my fiance had her interview yesterday, and passed. There was no pink slip, just a white one with instructions on the visa process. She then proceeded to pay for the Visa courier service, and was told by EMS that the Visa will be arriving within 2 weeks.

So is this "pink" thing just a figure of speech on this board?

Again sorry for being a newbie!

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In the past, they used to give a pink slip when approved. This is no longer done now that the visa is delivered. The pink was a slip that said approved and to return to pickup the visa.

"Every one of us bears within himself the possibilty of all passions, all destinies of life in all its forms. Nothing human is foreign to us" - Edward G. Robinson.

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