If it's not healed in 10 days, wait until it heals and then to a walk in.
Rescheduling an FP takes several weeks. Doing a walk in several days after scheduled FP is an acceptable practice. In fact, the FP letter indicates what days of the week (usually Wednesday and Saturdays) the applicant can do a walk in if the original FL was missed.Bob, wouldn't it be advisable to request a reschedule rather than letting the FP date pass while the finger is healing? The wording on the FP notice states the case could be considered abandoned if you do not show up on the date.
Thanks all of you.. Its probably much ado about nothing as I tend to worry about very small things.
Cut is a superficial cut(there wasn't even a bleeding), so i am hoping skin will close up quickly and heal in 10 days
Go to Home Depot and buy a sandpaper, for wood and gently sand down the cut... If the sand paper is too hard, your a regular nail clip filer to gently rub rub it until the cut is merged into the finger... Apply a dry skin lotion 3 times and day, and it will be properly healed in 10 days.
I have a feeling that i will get a similar reaction too
Thanks for all your replies guys.