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Visa / Passport - Mr. Miller please

Visa / Passport - Mr. Miller please

Old Aug 28th 2002, 2:14 pm
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Donald
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Default Visa / Passport - Mr. Miller please

mr. miller... My wife is waiting for news from singapore. all medicals and security
checks have been submitted and ROLF paid up front. she has not recieved
anything since aor (4 months ago). My question is, would it speed up the
process if she sent in her passport for visa stamp now? and to who's attention
should this be sent?

Regards Don
 
Old Aug 28th 2002, 2:28 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Visa / Passport - Mr. Miller please

Don't send a passport until asked - not only you won't speed-up anything but you'll
be risking some mismatch.

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"Donald" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > mr. miller... My wife is waiting for news from singapore. all medicals and security
    > checks have been submitted and ROLF paid up front. she has not recieved
    > anything since aor (4 months ago). My question is, would it speed up the
    > process if she sent in her passport for visa stamp now? and to who's attention
    > should this be sent?
    > Regards Don
 
Old Aug 28th 2002, 2:55 pm
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Donald
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Default Re: Visa / Passport - Mr. Miller please

Thanks again for your prompt answer. You have been a valued help through all this.
"Donald" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > mr. miller... My wife is waiting for news from singapore. all medicals and security
    > checks have been submitted and ROLF paid up front. she has not recieved
    > anything since aor (4 months ago). My question is, would it speed up the
    > process if she sent in her passport for visa stamp now? and to
who's
    > attention should this be sent?
    > Regards Don
 

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