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Can I take my issued visas without POVL!

Can I take my issued visas without POVL!

Old Feb 1st 2001, 5:17 am
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Vladimir Nenov
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Yesterday, I called to the embassy in Bucharest and after checking my file number they
told me, that our visas are already issued, and I need to wait for the POVL (promise of
visa letter) in order to take them (in person).

Is it possible to go to the embassy and to take the visas without POVL? Unfortunately, the
post service in Bulgaria is not very reliable and as my wife is pregnant, I want to speed
up the process and to take the visas.

As I know, I must have my passport, traveller's checks or bank statement from USA or
Canada bank for the necessary amount of money.

What else I must to present to the embassy - my dependent's passports, other docs, etc?

Appreciate any help!

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Vladimir Nenov [email protected]
 
Old Feb 1st 2001, 2:28 pm
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newcommer
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triabva da sedish mirno i da chakash moia poznata zenena za canadez toku shto poluchi
neinoto pismo da ide da si vzeme visata tia se obadi predi okolo 2 sedmizi kazaha i che
pismoto idva i vchera go poluchi v ponedelnik putuva za Bukuresht da si vzeme visata, taka
che ne iznasilvai subitiata kato si nakraia a sit tight and wait.......

In article <[email protected]>,

> Yesterday, I called to the embassy in Bucharest and after checking my file number they
> told me, that our visas are already issued, and I
need
> to wait for the POVL (promise of visa letter) in order to take them
(in
> person).
>
> Is it possible to go to the embassy and to take the visas without
POVL?
> Unfortunately, the post service in Bulgaria is not very reliable and
as
> my wife is pregnant, I want to speed up the process and to take the visas.
>
> As I know, I must have my passport, traveller's checks or bank statement from USA or
> Canada bank for the necessary amount of money.
>
> What else I must to present to the embassy - my dependent's passports, other docs, etc?
>
> Appreciate any help!
>
> --
> Vladimir Nenov [email protected]
 

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