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Hi fellow VJyers,

I'm just wondering if I need to secure a new CENOMAR for my interview on Dec.? I got my CENOMAR on April, so it's basically 8 mos. old on my interview date.

Hope to receive your helpful inputs guys .. Thank you in advance .. :) xx

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Hi fellow VJyers,

I'm just wondering if I need to secure a new CENOMAR for my interview on Dec.? I got my CENOMAR on April, so it's basically 8 mos. old on my interview date.

Hope to receive your helpful inputs guys .. Thank you in advance .. :) xx

Embassy doesn't like the CENOMAR to be more than 6 mos old.


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Really ? Oh my gosh ! I should've ask about it before .. Now, it's too late .. My interview is on Monday , there's no way I could get a new one .. :(

Don't stress, not a major issue. If the CO is in a good mood he/she may be fine with the one you bring. Worse case, they will ask for a new one... not a deal breaker.


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Don't stress, not a major issue. If the CO is in a good mood he/she may be fine with the one you bring. Worse case, they will ask for a new one... not a deal breaker.

Thanks Hank! I might just pray for my CO to be in good mood .. damn! I can't afford to cause delay .. :(

what else need to be not more than 6 mos.?

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Thanks Hank! I might just pray for my CO to be in good mood .. damn! I can't afford to cause delay .. :(

what else need to be not more than 6 mos.?

NBI


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I know of a few that got by with CENOMAR and NBI past the 6 month mark, and I know of a bunch that didn't


Hank

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Best thing now is to go to your interview. But don't bring the subject up about the expiry of your CENOMAR or NBI unless they ask. Always answer their questions truthfully and look them in the eye. Do it with confidence. Good luck.


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Best thing now is to go to your interview. But don't bring the subject up about the expiry of your CENOMAR or NBI unless they ask. Always answer their questions truthfully and look them in the eye. Do it with confidence. Good luck.

Yeah , that is what I would really do ..

Thank you .. :)

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Same day of interview. Good luck to both of us. Hopefully our CO will be in good mood on that day. I don't have my CEMAR too from NSO but I do Cert of Marriage from California. Hope they won't ask it. Best of luck to us. ?

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Same day of interview. Good luck to both of us. Hopefully our CO will be in good mood on that day. I don't have my CEMAR too from NSO but I do Cert of Marriage from California. Hope they won't ask it. Best of luck to us. ?

Yes.. God bless us!! ? thank you :)

See you there :)

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Same day of interview. Good luck to both of us. Hopefully our CO will be in good mood on that day. I don't have my CEMAR too from NSO but I do Cert of Marriage from California. Hope they won't ask it. Best of luck to us. ?

In your case the embassy should not be looking for a CEMAR.


Hank

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my papers were accepted.. Thanks God!!!

Interview went well..just took about a minute on the final interview..

just 4 questions were asked..

Thanks everyone who replied to this topic :) you guys are so helpful and amazing!!!

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