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Can I take 2 mobile phones to my US Embassy Appointment in London?

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As the title suggests, when I get around to my interview in London, can I take 2 smartphones in?

 

I carry an iPhone XS Max and an iPhone 7 for work, will I be able to take them both in?

 

I know London allows a tablet, phone and such but not laptops, am I okay with 2 smartphones though?

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9 minutes ago, Wuozopo said:

Why not? Phones are not banned anymore. 

Just thought cause it’s two, it may be different. It’s hard to find anything out on the website.

 

do you happen to know what the stance is on headphones/chargers and if a small bag is okay?

 

 

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5 minutes ago, brandonflude1 said:

Just thought cause it’s two, it may be different. It’s hard to find anything out on the website.

 

do you happen to know what the stance is on headphones/chargers and if a small bag is okay?

 

 

The rules lighten up significantly a few years ago. Before that, no chargers, headphones, key fobs, tablets, phones, etc. I would not expect a problem.  I saw lots of backpacks and large handbags going in when I was there.  If you mean overnight  luggage, then have the hotel hold it for you. They do that even it you have checked out.

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2 minutes ago, Wuozopo said:

The rules lighten up significantly a few years ago. Before that, no chargers, headphones, key fobs, tablets, phones, etc. I would not expect a problem.  I saw lots of backpacks and large handbags going in when I was there.  If you mean overnight  luggage, then have the hotel hold it for you. They do that even it you have checked out.

I’m just planning on heading down for the day, get there for the appointment and go back home right after. It would just be a normal size shoulder bag for my documents, a bottle of water and my phone charger to make sure I’m juiced for both personal and work.

 

thanks for your points though, appreciate it :)

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