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  1. B45
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    Can you use either here: The reason why the agency won't issue me a visa is/was beca

    Can you use either here:

    The reason why the agency won't issue me a visa is/was because I ripped out expired visas from my passport.

    Are both okay here or should I stick to the tenses?

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    Re: Can you use either here: The reason why the agency won't issue me a visa is/was

    They're both OK.

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    Re: Can you use either here: The reason why the agency won't issue me a visa is/was

    Your sentence is OK. As you now know, it is absolutely not OK to damage a national passport in any way.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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