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Do I need to print the appointment email?

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Hi everyone! I’m having my interview tomorrow at Auckland Consulate and I’ve been stressing a lot that I forgot to print the appointment letter that the consulate sent me via email which contains the time and date of my interview. It didn’t crossed my mind til tonight that phones aren’t allowed inside the embassy. Can someone please share their experience if this has happened to anyone? My last resort is risking to be late for the appointment and rush to warehouse stationery as soon as they open at 8am. Thank you to anyone that’ll shed some light.

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Agree with above posts, without a hard copy of that letter the security has no way of knowing if you have an appointment to even let you in. They could always go in and check, but you would have to find the nicest embassy security officer in the world. Some embassy's outsource the screening security, and they aren't even aloud to enter the embassy. I would find a way to print it. Like others said, your hotel, or even if you have to go to some high end Marriott brand name hotel just to use their guest printer, you stand a better chance at a high end hotel than risking security letting you in.

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2 hours ago, DCMxFEA said:

Hi everyone! I’m having my interview tomorrow at Auckland Consulate and I’ve been stressing a lot that I forgot to print the appointment letter that the consulate sent me via email which contains the time and date of my interview. It didn’t crossed my mind til tonight that phones aren’t allowed inside the embassy. Can someone please share their experience if this has happened to anyone? My last resort is risking to be late for the appointment and rush to warehouse stationery as soon as they open at 8am. Thank you to anyone that’ll shed some light.

For safety sake you can take the print out of the same. They may ask for the same. 

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