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Asked by Mr.Block from China | May. 06, 2009 04:30
About:China Embassy in Philippines

I have read that U.S. citizens are required to wait 6 days before receiving a visa due to the swine flu epidemic? Does this apply to my daughter, a U.S. citizen, who has been living in the Philippines for the past year and will be applying for a visitor's visa in Manila next week?

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Answered by Mr.Mike from USA | May. 07, 2009 01:52
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In the homeland of USA, the visa policy has been adjusted. I am not sure about the case outside the USA. It takes two more workind days than before. You should advise your daughter to apply for the visa earlier than usual.
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