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hello everyone,my fiance will send me the pakage with all the documents that i need for my interview,but the problem is,my interview is for 28 december 2016 and the pakage won't get to me unitil 2 or 3 january,so what should i do?can i reschedule my inteview or i just go to my interview without a pakage?she can email me all the documents,my question is can they accept this scaned documents?i want to show them that we have all the documents but i cant get them unitil 2 or 3 january.please can someone help me.

thank you and good luck for everyone

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I think it would be best to actually wait for all the original documents to be on the safe side. I don't know the rules of your embassy in regards with this matter but I do suggest to bring the original ones, just to be sure. It's better to be prepared with the original documents rather than being questioned for the integrity of the said files. I hope someone can answer with much more knowledge on your embassy.

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Consider contacting the embassy with your inquiry.

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I would suggest that you go to your interview, but take the documents that she emailed you to show them , and you won't fail the interview because you don't have the original documents yet , they will ask you to bring them the original document as soon as you have them , good luck

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