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Hi everyone,

I received my visa last June 8 and I noticed that my passport was inside the plastic along with the yellow visa envelope. As I read the instructions, I should open the plastic, retrieve the passport and seal it back. However, when I opened it, the flap of the plastic was too sticky, it created two holes on the other side, and thinking that it can destroy or damage the visa packet due to the hole in it when I try to seal it back, I just threw the plastic away and used a different kind of plastic.

Is that okay? I know, I'm really paranoid, though. Is it just the yellow envelope I'm forbidden to open? Or including the plastic that it came with?

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Congratz on getting your visa...!

You will be fine with the new plastic. Just don't open the yellow envelope.

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