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Another one,  sorry!

 

Most topics here regarding the seminar discuss the K visas but hopefully someone can enlighten me regarding an IR-2 visa. 

 

How long does it take to schedule a peer counseling session? I've read horror stories of 2-4 months waiting time for a PDOS slot, is it the same for the counseling? I'm imagining yes because there are lesser slots but then again there may be less emigrating children. You also can't book a session ahead of time because you need to show your visa in order to schedule one. 

 

I just want to know how long this may delay my travel. 

 

Thanks!! ❤️

 

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3 hours ago, blackstationzero said:

Another one,  sorry!

 

Most topics here regarding the seminar discuss the K visas but hopefully someone can enlighten me regarding an IR-2 visa. 

 

How long does it take to schedule a peer counseling session? I've read horror stories of 2-4 months waiting time for a PDOS slot, is it the same for the counseling? I'm imagining yes because there are lesser slots but then again there may be less emigrating children. You also can't book a session ahead of time because you need to show your visa in order to schedule one. 

 

I just want to know how long this may delay my travel. 

 

Thanks!! ❤️

 

All you can do is get scheduled to find out.

 

*PDOS Seminar

All other immigrants must attend PDOS

http://cfo.gov.ph/rnr-pdos.html 

Scheduling
https://cfo.ph/pdos_reservation/

Adults:  Those 60 and above need only register to get the sticker.

Derivatives:  C
hildren above 12 years of age must attend PDOS, those younger only need to be registered to get the sticker.  

Ages 13-19 will attend PDOS Peer Counseling.


Hank

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Contact Hank: HERE

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