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My Filipino wife and I got married about 17 days ago now and want to report our marriage to her country.  We have a quick question and are a little worried.

 

 When my wife signed the marriage certificate she signed it as her first name, last name, maiden name.  But on her passport she only signed it her first initial of her first name and her maiden name.  The wedding officiant told her she need to sign her whole name all the way out.

 

E.g.  Jane Doe Smith   Vs. J. Smith

 

Is this going to be an issue?  Also, the signature look different because of different pens and the way she signed.

 

She is worried this will be an issue to get the marriage reported and for her to get a new passport soon too.

 

 

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K-1 Visa

06/19/2017:  Met online on a dating site (Date in Asia)

11/10/2017:  Met in person 1st time (traveled to Philippines: 11/8/2017 - 11/20/2017)

01/29/2018:  I-129F petition sent to the USCIS Dallas lockbox via USPS

01/31/2018:  I-129F petition delivered and signed by USCIS

02/06/2018:  Check was cashed ($535); Received acceptance confirmation email and text from USCIS; Case being transferred to CSC

02/08/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 01/31/2018; NOA1 notice date: 02/05/2018)

08/09/2018:  I-129F petition approved (total wait time: 190 days from received date and 185 days from notice date) 

08/13/2018:  NOA2 hard copy received via USPS

08/22/2018:  NVC received I-129F petition

08/23/2018:  NVC assigned case number

09/03/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 1)

09/04/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 2)

09/04/2018:  NVC sent I-129F petition to embassy

09/05/2018:  Embassy received I-129F petition

09/23/2018:  Met in person 2nd time (traveled to Philippines: 09/21/2018 - 10/07/2018)

09/24/2018:  Interview - Approved! (Interview took 236 days from received date and 231 days from notice date)

09/25/2018:  CFO - GCP (flew back to Manila to picked up sticker on 10/03/2018)

10/01/2018:  Visa packet in hand (picked up at Robinson's Mall in Bacolod, Philippines)

10/06/2018:  POE at JFK airport in New York

10/22/2018:  Received marriage license application (applied on 10/17/2018)

11/07/2018:  Received SSN card (applied on 10/24/2018)

11/10/2018:  Married to my Honeybun!

AOS/EAD/AP

11/23/2018:  Packet sent to the USCIS Chicago lockbox via USPS

11/29/2018:  Packet delivered and signed by USCIS

12/05/2018:  Check was cashed ($1225); Received three acceptance confirmation texts (one for each form) from the USCIS

12/??/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 12/??/2018; NOA1 notice date: 12/??/2018)

0?/??/2019 - Biometrics appointment completed

??/??/2019 - EAD/AP combo card received in mail

??/??/2019 - I-485 approved

??/??/2019 - Green card received in mail

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I don't see that as being an issue, even if the signature is different.    With ROM those documents will be notarized thus verifying the signature is of the person named on the form.  :thumbs:  

 

 

 

And yes some documents require full signature.  ;)  


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2 hours ago, Hank_ said:

I don't see that as being an issue, even if the signature is different.    With ROM those documents will be notarized thus verifying the signature is of the person named on the form.  :thumbs:  

 

 

 

And yes some documents require full signature.  ;)  

Ok thanks!  I really hope it will not be and issue especially since it is notarized.  I have a couple more questions if you don't mine.  I am filling out this form here:  http://www.philippineembassy-usa.org/uploads/2018 Consular Forms/REPORT-OF-MARRIAGE.pdf

 

For #6 I would put "single" for both of us right if we were never married before we got married correct?

For #8 what does it mean Naturalized? I am a US Citizen and she is a Filipino citizen so can I just leave that blank?  I'm just not sure what to put there.

For #12 and #13 I can just put any witness that was there or must it be someone official or something? Like can I put down my mom as a witness or should it be the pastor of the church?

For #14 I'm not sure what to put there

For #15 I'm not sure what to put here either.

 


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Spoiler

K-1 Visa

06/19/2017:  Met online on a dating site (Date in Asia)

11/10/2017:  Met in person 1st time (traveled to Philippines: 11/8/2017 - 11/20/2017)

01/29/2018:  I-129F petition sent to the USCIS Dallas lockbox via USPS

01/31/2018:  I-129F petition delivered and signed by USCIS

02/06/2018:  Check was cashed ($535); Received acceptance confirmation email and text from USCIS; Case being transferred to CSC

02/08/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 01/31/2018; NOA1 notice date: 02/05/2018)

08/09/2018:  I-129F petition approved (total wait time: 190 days from received date and 185 days from notice date) 

08/13/2018:  NOA2 hard copy received via USPS

08/22/2018:  NVC received I-129F petition

08/23/2018:  NVC assigned case number

09/03/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 1)

09/04/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 2)

09/04/2018:  NVC sent I-129F petition to embassy

09/05/2018:  Embassy received I-129F petition

09/23/2018:  Met in person 2nd time (traveled to Philippines: 09/21/2018 - 10/07/2018)

09/24/2018:  Interview - Approved! (Interview took 236 days from received date and 231 days from notice date)

09/25/2018:  CFO - GCP (flew back to Manila to picked up sticker on 10/03/2018)

10/01/2018:  Visa packet in hand (picked up at Robinson's Mall in Bacolod, Philippines)

10/06/2018:  POE at JFK airport in New York

10/22/2018:  Received marriage license application (applied on 10/17/2018)

11/07/2018:  Received SSN card (applied on 10/24/2018)

11/10/2018:  Married to my Honeybun!

AOS/EAD/AP

11/23/2018:  Packet sent to the USCIS Chicago lockbox via USPS

11/29/2018:  Packet delivered and signed by USCIS

12/05/2018:  Check was cashed ($1225); Received three acceptance confirmation texts (one for each form) from the USCIS

12/??/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 12/??/2018; NOA1 notice date: 12/??/2018)

0?/??/2019 - Biometrics appointment completed

??/??/2019 - EAD/AP combo card received in mail

??/??/2019 - I-485 approved

??/??/2019 - Green card received in mail

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28 minutes ago, Tokenfreak said:

Ok thanks!  I really hope it will not be and issue especially since it is notarized.  I have a couple more questions if you don't mine.  I am filling out this form here:  http://www.philippineembassy-usa.org/uploads/2018 Consular Forms/REPORT-OF-MARRIAGE.pdf

 

For #6 I would put "single" for both of us right if we were never married before we got married correct?   YES SINGLE

For #8 what does it mean Naturalized? I am a US Citizen and she is a Filipino citizen so can I just leave that blank?  I'm just not sure what to put there.  LEAVE BLANK.  NATURALIZED IS HOW YOUR WIFE WILL ACQUIRE U.S. CITIZENSHIP ONE DAY.

For #12 and #13 I can just put any witness that was there or must it be someone official or something? Like can I put down my mom as a witness or should it be the pastor of the church?  YES YOUR MOM OR OTHERS, NOT THE PASTOR HE OFFICIATED THE CEREMONY.    DID ANY SIGN YOUR MARRIAGE LICENSE AS WITNESSES?  (SOME STATES DO THAT)

For #14 I'm not sure what to put there  THE PASTOR'S NAME

For #15 I'm not sure what to put here either.  PASTOR'S TITLE

 

 


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      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

 

Ok great thanks for the help!  I am in SC and we didn't have any witness sign the paper except for the pastor.  I guess it is not required in my state?  Last question about this form.  What do I put in the last box I have to fill out after the words "here in"?  Is that the location I am in?


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Spoiler

K-1 Visa

06/19/2017:  Met online on a dating site (Date in Asia)

11/10/2017:  Met in person 1st time (traveled to Philippines: 11/8/2017 - 11/20/2017)

01/29/2018:  I-129F petition sent to the USCIS Dallas lockbox via USPS

01/31/2018:  I-129F petition delivered and signed by USCIS

02/06/2018:  Check was cashed ($535); Received acceptance confirmation email and text from USCIS; Case being transferred to CSC

02/08/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 01/31/2018; NOA1 notice date: 02/05/2018)

08/09/2018:  I-129F petition approved (total wait time: 190 days from received date and 185 days from notice date) 

08/13/2018:  NOA2 hard copy received via USPS

08/22/2018:  NVC received I-129F petition

08/23/2018:  NVC assigned case number

09/03/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 1)

09/04/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 2)

09/04/2018:  NVC sent I-129F petition to embassy

09/05/2018:  Embassy received I-129F petition

09/23/2018:  Met in person 2nd time (traveled to Philippines: 09/21/2018 - 10/07/2018)

09/24/2018:  Interview - Approved! (Interview took 236 days from received date and 231 days from notice date)

09/25/2018:  CFO - GCP (flew back to Manila to picked up sticker on 10/03/2018)

10/01/2018:  Visa packet in hand (picked up at Robinson's Mall in Bacolod, Philippines)

10/06/2018:  POE at JFK airport in New York

10/22/2018:  Received marriage license application (applied on 10/17/2018)

11/07/2018:  Received SSN card (applied on 10/24/2018)

11/10/2018:  Married to my Honeybun!

AOS/EAD/AP

11/23/2018:  Packet sent to the USCIS Chicago lockbox via USPS

11/29/2018:  Packet delivered and signed by USCIS

12/05/2018:  Check was cashed ($1225); Received three acceptance confirmation texts (one for each form) from the USCIS

12/??/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 12/??/2018; NOA1 notice date: 12/??/2018)

0?/??/2019 - Biometrics appointment completed

??/??/2019 - EAD/AP combo card received in mail

??/??/2019 - I-485 approved

??/??/2019 - Green card received in mail

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1 minute ago, Tokenfreak said:

Ok great thanks for the help!  I am in SC and we didn't have any witness sign the paper except for the pastor.  I guess it is not required in my state?  Last question about this form.  What do I put in the last box I have to fill out after the words "here in"?  Is that the location I am in?

Lever that part blank that is for the Notary to complete,  you and your wife will NOT sign until in the presence of the notary.


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      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Hank_ said:

Lever that part blank that is for the Notary to complete,  you and your wife will NOT sign until in the presence of the notary.

Ok thanks.  My mom is a notary would she be a conflict of interest if she notarized it for me?  I assume I need to get a different person?


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Spoiler

K-1 Visa

06/19/2017:  Met online on a dating site (Date in Asia)

11/10/2017:  Met in person 1st time (traveled to Philippines: 11/8/2017 - 11/20/2017)

01/29/2018:  I-129F petition sent to the USCIS Dallas lockbox via USPS

01/31/2018:  I-129F petition delivered and signed by USCIS

02/06/2018:  Check was cashed ($535); Received acceptance confirmation email and text from USCIS; Case being transferred to CSC

02/08/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 01/31/2018; NOA1 notice date: 02/05/2018)

08/09/2018:  I-129F petition approved (total wait time: 190 days from received date and 185 days from notice date) 

08/13/2018:  NOA2 hard copy received via USPS

08/22/2018:  NVC received I-129F petition

08/23/2018:  NVC assigned case number

09/03/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 1)

09/04/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 2)

09/04/2018:  NVC sent I-129F petition to embassy

09/05/2018:  Embassy received I-129F petition

09/23/2018:  Met in person 2nd time (traveled to Philippines: 09/21/2018 - 10/07/2018)

09/24/2018:  Interview - Approved! (Interview took 236 days from received date and 231 days from notice date)

09/25/2018:  CFO - GCP (flew back to Manila to picked up sticker on 10/03/2018)

10/01/2018:  Visa packet in hand (picked up at Robinson's Mall in Bacolod, Philippines)

10/06/2018:  POE at JFK airport in New York

10/22/2018:  Received marriage license application (applied on 10/17/2018)

11/07/2018:  Received SSN card (applied on 10/24/2018)

11/10/2018:  Married to my Honeybun!

AOS/EAD/AP

11/23/2018:  Packet sent to the USCIS Chicago lockbox via USPS

11/29/2018:  Packet delivered and signed by USCIS

12/05/2018:  Check was cashed ($1225); Received three acceptance confirmation texts (one for each form) from the USCIS

12/??/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 12/??/2018; NOA1 notice date: 12/??/2018)

0?/??/2019 - Biometrics appointment completed

??/??/2019 - EAD/AP combo card received in mail

??/??/2019 - I-485 approved

??/??/2019 - Green card received in mail

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Just now, Tokenfreak said:

Ok thanks.  My mom is a notary would she be a conflict of interest if she notarized it for me?  I assume I need to get a different person?

Not sure on that one.   Don't list her as a witness to the marriage on the ROM form would be my suggestion if you do.  ;)  


Hank

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      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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Just now, Hank_ said:

Not sure on that one.   Don't list her as a witness to the marriage on the ROM form would be my suggestion if you do.  ;)  

Ok thanks Ill get someone else.  Thanks again for all your help!  You have been great!


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Spoiler

K-1 Visa

06/19/2017:  Met online on a dating site (Date in Asia)

11/10/2017:  Met in person 1st time (traveled to Philippines: 11/8/2017 - 11/20/2017)

01/29/2018:  I-129F petition sent to the USCIS Dallas lockbox via USPS

01/31/2018:  I-129F petition delivered and signed by USCIS

02/06/2018:  Check was cashed ($535); Received acceptance confirmation email and text from USCIS; Case being transferred to CSC

02/08/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 01/31/2018; NOA1 notice date: 02/05/2018)

08/09/2018:  I-129F petition approved (total wait time: 190 days from received date and 185 days from notice date) 

08/13/2018:  NOA2 hard copy received via USPS

08/22/2018:  NVC received I-129F petition

08/23/2018:  NVC assigned case number

09/03/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 1)

09/04/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 2)

09/04/2018:  NVC sent I-129F petition to embassy

09/05/2018:  Embassy received I-129F petition

09/23/2018:  Met in person 2nd time (traveled to Philippines: 09/21/2018 - 10/07/2018)

09/24/2018:  Interview - Approved! (Interview took 236 days from received date and 231 days from notice date)

09/25/2018:  CFO - GCP (flew back to Manila to picked up sticker on 10/03/2018)

10/01/2018:  Visa packet in hand (picked up at Robinson's Mall in Bacolod, Philippines)

10/06/2018:  POE at JFK airport in New York

10/22/2018:  Received marriage license application (applied on 10/17/2018)

11/07/2018:  Received SSN card (applied on 10/24/2018)

11/10/2018:  Married to my Honeybun!

AOS/EAD/AP

11/23/2018:  Packet sent to the USCIS Chicago lockbox via USPS

11/29/2018:  Packet delivered and signed by USCIS

12/05/2018:  Check was cashed ($1225); Received three acceptance confirmation texts (one for each form) from the USCIS

12/??/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 12/??/2018; NOA1 notice date: 12/??/2018)

0?/??/2019 - Biometrics appointment completed

??/??/2019 - EAD/AP combo card received in mail

??/??/2019 - I-485 approved

??/??/2019 - Green card received in mail

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2 hours ago, mrsartis said:

🤔so, if I didn’t do an ROM, I’m technically single in the Philippines???????😜

Yes .. :lol:  


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      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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Does my wife sign the ROM with our maiden names or married name?


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K-1 Visa

06/19/2017:  Met online on a dating site (Date in Asia)

11/10/2017:  Met in person 1st time (traveled to Philippines: 11/8/2017 - 11/20/2017)

01/29/2018:  I-129F petition sent to the USCIS Dallas lockbox via USPS

01/31/2018:  I-129F petition delivered and signed by USCIS

02/06/2018:  Check was cashed ($535); Received acceptance confirmation email and text from USCIS; Case being transferred to CSC

02/08/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 01/31/2018; NOA1 notice date: 02/05/2018)

08/09/2018:  I-129F petition approved (total wait time: 190 days from received date and 185 days from notice date) 

08/13/2018:  NOA2 hard copy received via USPS

08/22/2018:  NVC received I-129F petition

08/23/2018:  NVC assigned case number

09/03/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 1)

09/04/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 2)

09/04/2018:  NVC sent I-129F petition to embassy

09/05/2018:  Embassy received I-129F petition

09/23/2018:  Met in person 2nd time (traveled to Philippines: 09/21/2018 - 10/07/2018)

09/24/2018:  Interview - Approved! (Interview took 236 days from received date and 231 days from notice date)

09/25/2018:  CFO - GCP (flew back to Manila to picked up sticker on 10/03/2018)

10/01/2018:  Visa packet in hand (picked up at Robinson's Mall in Bacolod, Philippines)

10/06/2018:  POE at JFK airport in New York

10/22/2018:  Received marriage license application (applied on 10/17/2018)

11/07/2018:  Received SSN card (applied on 10/24/2018)

11/10/2018:  Married to my Honeybun!

AOS/EAD/AP

11/23/2018:  Packet sent to the USCIS Chicago lockbox via USPS

11/29/2018:  Packet delivered and signed by USCIS

12/05/2018:  Check was cashed ($1225); Received three acceptance confirmation texts (one for each form) from the USCIS

12/??/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 12/??/2018; NOA1 notice date: 12/??/2018)

0?/??/2019 - Biometrics appointment completed

??/??/2019 - EAD/AP combo card received in mail

??/??/2019 - I-485 approved

??/??/2019 - Green card received in mail

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Just now, Cyberfx1024 said:

She is married right? So married name

Yes she is married, but the social security office wouldn't let her change her name to her married name until we have our EAD or AOS (green card). So it is still in her maiden name. Also, the whole ROM is filled out in the maiden name as that is what they ask for. So that is why we are confused about it....  Thanks.


event.png        event.png

 

Spoiler

K-1 Visa

06/19/2017:  Met online on a dating site (Date in Asia)

11/10/2017:  Met in person 1st time (traveled to Philippines: 11/8/2017 - 11/20/2017)

01/29/2018:  I-129F petition sent to the USCIS Dallas lockbox via USPS

01/31/2018:  I-129F petition delivered and signed by USCIS

02/06/2018:  Check was cashed ($535); Received acceptance confirmation email and text from USCIS; Case being transferred to CSC

02/08/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 01/31/2018; NOA1 notice date: 02/05/2018)

08/09/2018:  I-129F petition approved (total wait time: 190 days from received date and 185 days from notice date) 

08/13/2018:  NOA2 hard copy received via USPS

08/22/2018:  NVC received I-129F petition

08/23/2018:  NVC assigned case number

09/03/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 1)

09/04/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 2)

09/04/2018:  NVC sent I-129F petition to embassy

09/05/2018:  Embassy received I-129F petition

09/23/2018:  Met in person 2nd time (traveled to Philippines: 09/21/2018 - 10/07/2018)

09/24/2018:  Interview - Approved! (Interview took 236 days from received date and 231 days from notice date)

09/25/2018:  CFO - GCP (flew back to Manila to picked up sticker on 10/03/2018)

10/01/2018:  Visa packet in hand (picked up at Robinson's Mall in Bacolod, Philippines)

10/06/2018:  POE at JFK airport in New York

10/22/2018:  Received marriage license application (applied on 10/17/2018)

11/07/2018:  Received SSN card (applied on 10/24/2018)

11/10/2018:  Married to my Honeybun!

AOS/EAD/AP

11/23/2018:  Packet sent to the USCIS Chicago lockbox via USPS

11/29/2018:  Packet delivered and signed by USCIS

12/05/2018:  Check was cashed ($1225); Received three acceptance confirmation texts (one for each form) from the USCIS

12/??/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 12/??/2018; NOA1 notice date: 12/??/2018)

0?/??/2019 - Biometrics appointment completed

??/??/2019 - EAD/AP combo card received in mail

??/??/2019 - I-485 approved

??/??/2019 - Green card received in mail

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1 hour ago, Tokenfreak said:

Yes she is married, but the social security office wouldn't let her change her name to her married name until we have our EAD or AOS (green card). So it is still in her maiden name. Also, the whole ROM is filled out in the maiden name as that is what they ask for. So that is why we are confused about it....  Thanks.

Doesn't matter what SSA "won't do" ... sign everything in her married name!

 

Yes the ROM form is completed in her maiden name, but is signed in her married name.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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