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Usually not signed, no applicant's name, and no case number. It is handed to the applicant at the end of the interview; so,the easiest way to tell is the applicant having it in hand as they leave the interview area.

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Usually not signed, no applicant's name, and no case number. It is handed to the applicant at the end of the interview; so,the easiest way to tell is the applicant having it in hand as they leave the interview area.

One more thought, Should it have a date?

Thank you so much.

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First, I need to correct myself. I was talking about a simple 214b or 221g refusal, for which the consular section has a standard, pre-printed form. The 221g form will usuall have a checklist that the officer marks as to the reason for the 221g and a list of additional informtion that is needed, if any. These are the vast majority of the refusals. More serious refusals, that result in long-term ineligibilities, will usually be printed by the officer at the time of the refusal and contain some/most of the information you list.

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