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Old Jun 13th 2011, 7:23 pm
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Hi,

Does anyone know if once your visa has been stamped in your passport, if you are allowed to personally collect it from the US Embassy in London.
Just thinking of saving a few days waiting

I have searched online but cannot find any info on this.

Thanks,
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Old Jun 13th 2011, 7:37 pm
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Originally Posted by Michkin View Post
Hi,

Does anyone know if once your visa has been stamped in your passport, if you are allowed to personally collect it from the US Embassy in London.
Just thinking of saving a few days waiting

I have searched online but cannot find any info on this.

Thanks,
Michkin
You may not collect it in person.
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Old Jun 13th 2011, 7:41 pm
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Originally Posted by meauxna View Post
You may not collect it in person.
Thanks for the speedy reply!

Its all so close now - can't wait for the interview to be over!

I've read it can be as quick as 3-5 days to have the passport returned, so i'll just be extra patient!
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Originally Posted by Michkin View Post
Thanks for the speedy reply!

Its all so close now - can't wait for the interview to be over!

I've read it can be as quick as 3-5 days to have the passport returned, so i'll just be extra patient!
Ah, I see! Immigrant Visa.. very exciting!
You can familiarize yourself with this info in this article; check out the 'Welcome to America' link at the bottom.. very useful!
http://britishexpats.com/wiki/Immigrant_Visa_Arrival
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You pay a courier fee , two options i think , fast and standard ! mine took 9 YRS ! LOL
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You pay a courier fee , two options i think , fast and standard ! mine took 9 YRS ! LOL
Didn't want to pay for the fast courier uh?
(Just kidding...)
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Old Jun 15th 2011, 7:00 pm
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Didn't want to pay for the fast courier uh?
(Just kidding...)
Hehe! Considering how much we paid for the EB5, the courier fee will be a drop in a very large ocean! :-)
As we are in London I thought we could just pick it up.....but alas, it is not to be!
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