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Hi 😀 my husband has his interview on 11/28 and he's wondering if he can bring a medium sized backpack into the embassy? It'll also have a cell phone charger inside because he's staying in london overnight. I know each embassy has different rules so I'd love to hear if anyone going through london knows.  Thank you! 

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1 hour ago, Ariethesiren said:

Hi 😀 my husband has his interview on 11/28 and he's wondering if he can bring a medium sized backpack into the embassy? It'll also have a cell phone charger inside because he's staying in london overnight. I know each embassy has different rules so I'd love to hear if anyone going through london knows.  Thank you! 

 

From the embassy website:

 

https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/niv-london/?_ga=2.27561788.1044862293.1543190800-1641113824.1489155735

 

https://uk.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/16/NIV-preparingforyourappointmentJuly.pdf

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4 hours ago, Adam anderson said:

When was he able to book the interview?

OP's husband is doing IR-1/CR-1 NOT K-1. The embassy gives different instructions:

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Select “I have received a letter from the consular section with instructions to schedule an immigrant visa appointment”

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Select “I have received a letter from the consular section with instructions to register or schedule a K visa appointment”

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7 minutes ago, Ariethesiren said:

and said it was a lot less stressful than he thought 😂😂

So not like overzealous TSA:jest:

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32 minutes ago, Ariethesiren said:

He had his interview today and was approved pending his medical results. Was able to bring his bag etc in no problem and said it was a lot less stressful than he thought 😂😂

 

That's pretty much what a thousand people have said, but the next one up won't believe it.

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