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So I just had my medical yesterday and went really well.  I’ve got my interview in three weeks and I’m just getting the last few things together.


When I booked the appointment online i selected to pick it up from the closest depot because im not home enough in the middle of the day to make sure im there to sign for it and even if I didn’t need to sign for it someone would have to buzz them into the building.  So i selected to pick it up but my worry is that I wont have photo ID to pick it up as my passport will be in the package. Do I need photo ID to pick it up or is there anything else i can bring to pick it up?

Met Online  (Plenty of fish)- 07/29/2014

Met in person (America) - 08/30/15 - 09/11/15                                 Met in person (America) - 02/15/16 - 02/23/16

Met in person (America) - 05/08/16 - 05/21/16                                 Met in person (Scotland) - 09/26/16 - 10/10/16

Met in person (America)  - 03/22/17 - 03/29/17                                Met in Person (America) - 10/27/17 - 01/13/18

Met in Person (Scotland) - 06/06/18 - 07/19/18

Engaged - 06/18/18 - During a trip to Scotland

I-129F Filed - 07/26/18                                                                          NOA1 - 08/01/18

NOA2 - 01/03/19 (155 days after NOA1)                                           NVC Case number assigned - 01/17/19

NVC case sent to embassy - 02/05/19                                              Embassy received - 02/08/19

Packet 3 received - 02/14/19                                                               Medical - 03/21/19

Interview at London Embassy - 04/11/19                                          Visa issued - 04/15/19

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Here we go;


Applicants are notified by email when visa documents are ready for pick-up at a courier return facility. Applicants must prove their identity using one of the following methods:

  1. Applicants retrieving their personal documents must prove their identity with any of the following forms of documentation:
    • Official or State issued Identification card (with photo)
    • Official driver’s license (with photo)
    • Birth Certificate
    • Debit or Credit Card
    • Two Utility Bills

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