Horary novice: I hope the answer to this question is no
The situation is this: I was helping my sister-in-law complete paperwork for a visa. We had to submit a letter, in English, from her mother, who does not speak, read or write English. To speed things along, I wrote the letter and sent it in to the embassy. The embassy is saying they know she did not write it because the signatures don't match exactly.
Question: is the embassy going to make any trouble for my sister in law or my mother in law because of this? I know it's their job to raise questions, but I meant no harm and we were just trying to help out - the information's all true, it's just who sent it in that's the issue.
Please tell me if the answer is no, or if yes, is it at least a minor issue and not something that the embassy will make them suffer for? I'm freaking out over this, so I'd really appreciate an answer. I attached a chart (hope I did this correctly) for the time and place where I originally asked the question. I've heard that this is the right way to proceed, but I know some people use the time and place where the person replying understood the question - that confuses me, so I'm posting the chart I made and am hoping someone can help. Thanks in advance!