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1 minute ago, GemmaBruce99 said:

Can someone attend the medical and interview with you? My parents are travelling me with to London (from NI). 

 

Also can i take a photobook of the photos of me and my fiance to my interview ?

 

Doubtful they can attend the medical or interview with you. Sometimes, depending on the embassy, the petitioner can attend, but that's usually only person (other than perhaps a small child or something).

 

As for the photo book, you can I suppose, but they may not look at it even so, but it could go along with you as 'evidence'.


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2 minutes ago, GemmaBruce99 said:

Can someone attend the medical and interview with you? My parents are travelling me with to London (from NI). 

 

Also can i take a photobook of the photos of me and my fiance to my interview ?

Hey, I'm from NI too!! Yes, my hubby sat and waited in the waiting room. He didn't come in with me though. So no problems!

 

You can take a photobook but more than likely won't be needed for London either.

 

Good luck :D 

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3 minutes ago, GemmaBruce99 said:

Can someone attend the medical and interview with you? My parents are travelling me with to London (from NI). 

 

Also can i take a photobook of the photos of me and my fiance to my interview ?

from my understanding parents can not attend your fiance can attend, they can go to the medical but not into the room I think however every embassy is different and most if not all do not allow parents in.

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3 minutes ago, GemmaBruce99 said:

Can someone attend the medical and interview with you? My parents are travelling me with to London (from NI). 

 

Also can i take a photobook of the photos of me and my fiance to my interview ?

Photo book? yes, but it will be an anchor in your bag ad London won't look at it


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Just now, jakejon said:

Hey, I'm from NI too!! Yes, my hubby sat and waited in the waiting room. He didn't come in with me though. So no problems!

 

You can take a photobook but more than likely won't be needed for London either.

 

Good luck :D 

Hi Thanks!! Was this for the interview or the medical? What a pain having to fly to London twice lol 

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2 minutes ago, GemmaBruce99 said:

Hi Thanks!! Was this for the interview or the medical? What a pain having to fly to London twice lol 

Yeah he came twice in the summer! I didn't mind flying to London twice (I love London). So we spaced it out 4-5 weeks apart between medical and interview. He was more than welcome to sit in the waiting area and for the interview they were pleased he was there as she called him up before even starting asking me my 3 interview questions lol. London is wonderful for medical and interview so don't worry :) 

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For the medical.. I guess they could sit in the waiting room, but iirc it's quite a small room. They might have better luck waiting at a coffee shop. For the interview, in general people who really need company tend to bring their fiancés and must have that approved prior to. Again London is a very simple and straightforward process, and unless the case is complex it's doubtful they will have any use of additional photos. You are really only requested to bring with you certain items, and that is usually all they will want.


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My first thought is why?


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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2 minutes ago, Boiler said:

My first thought is why?

My answer is why not?

6 minutes ago, yuna628 said:

For the medical.. I guess they could sit in the waiting room, but iirc it's quite a small room. They might have better luck waiting at a coffee shop. For the interview, in general people who really need company tend to bring their fiancés and must have that approved prior to. Again London is a very simple and straightforward process, and unless the case is complex it's doubtful they will have any use of additional photos. You are really only requested to bring with you certain items, and that is usually all they will want.

I dont need them to accompany just wondering what standard procedure is.  Thank you

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1 minute ago, GemmaBruce99 said:

Again, I'm entitled to ask any questions I wish. If you are going to be negative or judgemental - dont!

and question has been answered as we are also entitled to a question I was just in agree with the question, so not being negative or judgmental 

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Perhaps now is a good time to point out yet again the VJ ToS.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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