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I have read on the embassy website that they will only admit me for the interview once I have shown an appointment letter, but is this a physical letter sent out by the embassy or is it just the printed confirmation email I received when I booked my interview? My interview is currently booked for November 15th, I booked this last week when the CEAC tracker updated to say my case was 'in transit', and as of yesterday it currently says 'Ready'. When I booked the interview I got an email from donotreply@usvisa-info.com with all of my applicant info and the time and date of my interview, it also stated 'you must print this instruction page and bring it with you to your consular interview, along with the letter or email you received from the Consular Section'. Is this email enough to bring to get me admitted for my interview or is there some other form of correspondence from the London Embassy I have to wait for?  

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2 hours ago, AOK said:

When I booked the interview I got an email from donotreply@usvisa-info.com with all of my applicant info and the time and date of my interview, it also stated 'you must print this instruction page and bring it with you to your consular interview, along with the letter or email you received from the Consular Section'. Is this email enough to bring to get me admitted for my interview or is there some other form of correspondence from the London Embassy I have to wait for?  

 

That's what you bring.👆

 

You need to understand that they often have generic information that applies to immigrant visa interviews, which might confuse the "step-child" K1 applicants which are non-Immigrant visas.

 

K1--take the interview booking confirmation printout

IR1/CR1--take the NVC supplied appointment letter

IR1/CR1 (DCF or expedites)--take the interview booking confirmation email.

 

And guess what? They have a list of interviews for that day and can check that list and let you in anyway. It saves time to have a confirmation in your hand. It's like showing up for a concert with a ticket vs going to Will Call. Quicker entry.

 

 

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