It is day 27, December 19, and the new Access Permit has been introduced to merge the identity supplement and entry permit.

Later in the day, a woman enters my booth claiming entry for work purposes, for a time of 3 months.

Checking the work end date on her Work Pass, I notice that the work pass implies that she's working for 4 months. I try to highlight the discrepancy between the access permit time and and work end date, but it solely gives me a "No Correlation" error. On this note, I quit the game and dash over here to pose my question.

How do you highlight the discrepancy between the work end date and stay duration?

Note: Highlighting the two individual values worked on the entry permit, but not the access permit.

  • "It is day 27, January (something)," Are you sure? The game ends on December 25th. Jan 14, 2016 at 0:49
  • Sorry, my mistake. Day 27 is December 19th.
    – unbindall
    Jan 14, 2016 at 0:58
  • What error did you get? "Matching Data" or "No Correlation"? Jan 14, 2016 at 1:10
  • No correlation.
    – unbindall
    Jan 14, 2016 at 1:24

2 Answers 2


When in discrepancy mode, click on the speaker (that's the thing that looks like a waffle two to the left of the clock) and the date in the document. The speaker keeps track of everything the npc says, and it has a document which can be pulled out and reviewed.


The purpose of the work end date can be a little unclear, but it's actually the date the pass authorizes them to work until, not an exact date that they will leave. There is only a discrepancy there if the date is too early. The way you highlighted would work if there was a discrepancy.

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