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Old passports for interview? [London Embassy]

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Just noticed when filling out the interview info and paying the visa process fee (on the visa appointment and information system), it says that all visa applicants are required to bring all previous passports. I haven't read this anywhere else! It's not even on the embassy website for K1 applicants. Has anyone ever been asked for old passports? My dad destroyed my old one (cheers dad!). My current passport was issued in 2007. Thanks for any help! :)

[sorry if this is answered somewhere else, I found another thread but it was quite old!]

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The only time I have known people taking a prior passport to London was if they started the process with one, but had a new one by interview time because it was damaged, had a name change for marriage, or was soon to expire. Also those with unexpired visas in an old passport may take both the old and new. The Dept of State usually wants to void any other visas when they issue a new visa.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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The only time I have known people taking a prior passport to London was if they started the process with one, but had a new one by interview time because it was damaged, had a name change for marriage, or was soon to expire. Also those with unexpired visas in an old passport may take both the old and new. The Dept of State usually wants to void any other visas when they issue a new visa.

Ah, that makes sense - thank you!

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