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Fiance was given a CD at the interview?

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The CD sounds like the x-ray from medical, some locations instead of the old photograph are now giving a CD with the x-ray on it.

Anyway Is best to have CD/x-ray, and brown envelope in carry on baggage.

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CD's are easily damaged. There is a chance the baggage handling process from check in to baggage claim could damage the CD, although it depends on how it is packaged within the baggage. However, I'll advise he packs it properly and put it in his carryon, that way he would be in control of how it is handled.

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Should be easy enough to keep in his carry-on, but it should be fie for him to put it in his checked luggage too. Those people with the physical x-ray were (luckily) allowed to put it in checked luggage - wouldn't want to lug that thing around! In general, no-one ever asks for the x-ray. But might ease his mind if he is able to keep it with him.

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It is the x-ray and it's pretty much for you to keep and do with what you like. London always acts like you should have it in your carryon for POE, but seriously, is there going to be a radiologist on duty there to interpret your x-ray? Your x-ray report is on the medical form and you won't need the actual x-ray for anything except your personal medical records. Knightsbridge gives it to you because they have no reason to file it because you won't be coming back to their office. Maybe if your medical exam gets lost, you could convince a US civil surgeon to take a look at that one to clear you of TB. In general, it's basically a souvenir.


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