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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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A moroccan woman has received her visa and is scheduled to fly out Friday

her 2 year old took a pen and wrote on the visa page/  information on it is still readable 

she tried to call embassy to find out if she needed to do anything and they do not answer 

she , of course ,  is crying as it has been 3 year wait for her

 

Since all the info is just a few pen marks i think she is ok but ???  I don't know

any ideas?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Damaged Visas

Exposure to the elements, such as water or heat, can damage your visa. if your visa is damaged, faded or otherwise unreadable in any way, you may consider replacing it. Airlines may deny boarding to travelers with damaged visas, depending on the extent of damage. A damaged visa may also cause immigration officers at U.S. ports of entry to scrutinize your travel documents closely, causing you extensive questioning and possible delay.

The decision on whether to replace a damaged visa is exclusively yours. The U.S. Embassy cannot speak for how an airline official or immigration officer may treat a damaged visa. To replace your damaged visa, follow the regular procedures for applying for a visa, including payment for a new application at this link.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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Just now, little immigrant said:

Sounds very stressful. I hope she can fly. Keep us updated 

Thank you from them

it is for her / she is so ready for this to happen

Her husband is flying into NYC to meet her and i hope they can as it will be a lot of money lost if not

incha allah

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1 hour ago, JeanneAdil said:

A moroccan woman has received her visa and is scheduled to fly out Friday

her 2 year old took a pen and wrote on the visa page/  information on it is still readable 

she tried to call embassy to find out if she needed to do anything and they do not answer 

she , of course ,  is crying as it has been 3 year wait for her

 

Since all the info is just a few pen marks i think she is ok but ???  I don't know

any ideas?

You have your direct answer already.  I'll address the elephant in the room.  She has a two year old.  Does the child have a visa or a US passport?


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1 hour ago, pushbrk said:

You have your direct answer already.  I'll address the elephant in the room.  She has a two year old.  Does the child have a visa or a US passport?

Child has a US passport as he is a citizen of USC and i did ask her when she contacted me

i should have said and thanks for thinking of this as it helps others

heck,  i even told her to cover the child's ears when taking off so he wouldn't get the sudden pop /i try to think of all these "elephants" too

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On 7/15/2020 at 6:01 PM, little immigrant said:

Sounds very stressful. I hope she can fly. Keep us updated 

She was able to get on Royal Air Moroc in Casablanca this AM (Casa time)  and is expected to arrive at JFK after the 10 hour flight 

Thanks VJ for all who wonder 

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4 hours ago, Andresr said:

I hope everything finishes well ,!

Thank you 

All is well and JFK went smooth and they met in NYC

Just so all know it was a few blue ink lines on her passport and readable and accepted but major damage would have caused issues 

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