Visa Issues

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Visa Issues

by Rebecca1594 » 07 Apr 2007, 10:18

Not really sure but pretty posotive Embassy have made a mistake.

I opened my attachement last night and noticed that they gave me a title ms. instead of miss my appointment date was 27th April and most importantly on the bit after you sign the credit card details are wrong, my parents paid and somebody completley else has beenput on thier so I'm, not sure if their is another "me" and I've been sent wrong appointments, I requested 18th April, and my letter arrived just before the deadline of 30th March I hope.

Anybody else got this issue? Tried phoning both CA this morning and Embassy but with it being easter weekend nobody answering!

Bex x
 
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by Rachael3924 » 07 Apr 2007, 10:36

The reason it has someone elses name is because all our money went into the camp america account and then they have paid. Not sure about the date although at the orientation last week they did say they had 2 more jdays planned and one was the 27th. I emailed them but am still waiting for a reply. x
 
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by Chloe9954 » 10 Apr 2007, 20:01

hi
i have an issue with my visa ,well its my oppointment i have paid and done all the paper work but i have been given two times and i am really confused
 
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by Martin4670 » 10 Apr 2007, 20:29

Was it Stephen Atkinson? Thats who paid for me aswell :?
 
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by Victoria5666 » 10 Apr 2007, 20:34

The whole Miss and Ms. thing.... in America they don't use the title 'Miss' from what i've experienced. You are either Mrs if you're married or 'Ms.' if you're not.

I had to phone CA this morning with a payment issue and was quite surprised to find they answered right away :)
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by Ben5039 » 10 Apr 2007, 22:04

Chloe9954 wrote:hi
i have an issue with my visa ,well its my oppointment i have paid and done all the paper work but i have been given two times and i am really confused


Call the embassy becuase there was reported problems with their computers sending out two times.
 
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by Chloe9954 » 11 Apr 2007, 16:15

ar brillient thank u
 
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by Jennifer1900 » 11 Apr 2007, 22:48

i printed my visa papers off a while ago and this week my flight date changed to the 13th june do u think i need to redo my forms coz they say i plan to enter the US on the 14th june.

please write back
jen
 
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by Chloe9954 » 12 Apr 2007, 08:50

no i dont think so couse my date changed to .i think u just have to say if they ask u that the date changed to the day before
 
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by Lauren0624 » 12 Apr 2007, 10:30

if u are gauranteed status and havent been placed yet and therefore dont know ur flight date do u just put ur earliest availability date?
 
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by Lauren0624 » 12 Apr 2007, 10:50

also u just take the completed visa forms wi u when u got to ur appointment dont u u dont need to send them in beforehand do u just thought for some reason maybe u do need to send them in b4/
 
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by Christopher4885 » 12 Apr 2007, 11:10

Nope, just take them with you on the day :)
 
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by Alex8195 » 04 Mar 2008, 12:06

Martin!! i got that email as pay for this dude who paid for me i was woah wat is this??? You any idea of what it is???
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by Tracy5987 » 06 Mar 2008, 15:25

Hey..

I got a call from CA the other day...

I havent received my visa paperwork yet but im not too worried. However, the lady on the phone said because i am a 2nd yr participant i wouldn't actually need to go to the embassy. I could instead send my passport straight to the embassy.

Has anyone else been told this?

thanks
 
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by Victoria5666 » 06 Mar 2008, 15:31

hehe did you realize you're posting in last years forum?! yes i've heard that too via a coupel of people but not been told directly. At least it saves a trip to London and all that hassle!
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