Honestly I wouldn't worry about it. Their thinking on that topic is the same as ours. The only countries that would have a problem with it are various islamic fundamentalist countries. I have no knowledge that the United States has any regulations that are that strict for a passport. If someone else knows please correct me. I wouldn't think its a big deal.
Thank you everyone!
I had posted this in another forum, I didnt know where to do it and it was not the right one so it was moved.
My hubby and talked lastnight have decided it was best for me to go to Singapore, I will not need a visa. I already have my passport and I have all my piercings in for that photo. I have been to the Dominican Republic and have never had a problem with it so...I'll hope for the best. My hubby works in India and travels a lot. This will be his 3rd time to Singapore.
Well I went to get my photo done yesterday for my visa and the lady at ama told me that I have to take out all my piercings! But in my passport photo I have all of them in!!
I was just not very ahppy about it.
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