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My wife had her interview a few days ago in Singapore. Since she is a Filipino working there. In her G325, she accidentally put April 2010 as her moving date in Singapore. The consul asked for another Police certificate dating from when she moved there (April 2010) and also a Certificate of No Marriage from the Registry of Marriage.

When she got home, she noticed in her old passport that she actually moved to Singapore on June 2010, not April. In the paper that she was given, the consul specifically wrote April 2010 because that's what she wrote in her G325 form. When applying online for the Singapore Police Cert. they are asking for a scanned copy of that paper. I'm scared that Singapore will see that she actually moved there on April 2010 and not June 2010.

I called the Embassy and was instructed to email the consul and it's up to them to approve it.

I'm also scared that they might deny her because of that.

Any suggestions would help.

Thank you very much.

Paul F.

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