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Hi all. I'm in the final stages of getting the info on my end gathered to send to my fiance to take with him to the interview. I need some advice on some things. First, I have a letter from my bank dated 8/14/06 because I thought he'd have his interview in September. Do you think this is still current enough or should I just see if they'll do an updated one for this month? Also, I don't know much about bank titles, but the girl that signed mine's title is "Senior Banker" Is this fine? I assume it will be ok. I just don't know if they're looking for a 'high ranked' bank person to sign the letter.

I'm probably over analyzing everything but I just want to have it all together and okay if I can help it.

The other thing is the evidence of our ongoing relationship. I'm sending about eight or so e-mails from the last 2 years and excerpts from chat conversations since November of 2005 through present as well as print outs from the chat log and voice chat log since November 2005 b/c that's as far back as my program has them archived. The chat and voice chat logs, alone show that we have talked almost every single day since November 2005. Is any of this overkill or should I just send it and not think another thing of it?

This is probably a stupid question but can I use metal paperclips to organize everything? I didn't know if this would cause an issue when he has to go through the metal detector the day of the interview.

Sorry. I know that's a lot of info but any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi all. I'm in the final stages of getting the info on my end gathered to send to my fiance to take with him to the interview. I need some advice on some things. First, I have a letter from my bank dated 8/14/06 because I thought he'd have his interview in September. Do you think this is still current enough or should I just see if they'll do an updated one for this month? Also, I don't know much about bank titles, but the girl that signed mine's title is "Senior Banker" Is this fine? I assume it will be ok. I just don't know if they're looking for a 'high ranked' bank person to sign the letter.

I'm probably over analyzing everything but I just want to have it all together and okay if I can help it.

The other thing is the evidence of our ongoing relationship. I'm sending about eight or so e-mails from the last 2 years and excerpts from chat conversations since November of 2005 through present as well as print outs from the chat log and voice chat log since November 2005 b/c that's as far back as my program has them archived. The chat and voice chat logs, alone show that we have talked almost every single day since November 2005. Is any of this overkill or should I just send it and not think another thing of it?

This is probably a stupid question but can I use metal paperclips to organize everything? I didn't know if this would cause an issue when he has to go through the metal detector the day of the interview.

Sorry. I know that's a lot of info but any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Your bank letter is current enough .. If you are worried you can always ask the consulate to be 100% sure. My Fiance ( USC ) had his bank letter signed by one of the ladies .. who was not an issue. Any evidence you have to send could be useful .. all i was asked for @ interview ( Vancouver ) was some pictures of us together... I brought lots of things to be prepared though ! So send what you have to your fiancee and don't over think it all too much .. no harm in having to much ( but i'm always over prepared ) You could consider an updated letter of intent to marry.. Paperclips ... hmmm in Vancouver you don't walk your paperwork or anything else in your pockets through the metal detector .. just you ! Montreal may not be the same .. Good Luck @ interview :star:

Edited by Robin28

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the specific evidence of relationship they need is that you've actually met face to face. Internet chat logs aren't much helpful with that. If you've got photos of you together, and travel itineraries in both names, evidence that you've at least both been in the same city together (even if you traveled and slept in separate hotel rooms) is helpful.

The bank letter should be fine. Most people can't even manage to get a letter from their bank at all, let alone one that's a month old! Take along the most recent statement too if you want.

Paperclips don't matter. If you're interviewing in Montreal you and your bag go thru security separately. Remember in Montreal backpacks, large tote bags, large purses, and sometmes briefcases are not allowed. Take everything in an accordion file or a plastic grocery shopping bag. They won't let you in otherwise :P

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Was wondering about the paperclip thing too! I know it's silly considering most of us have gone through a metal detector before, but I guess we just don't want to be the person to get pulled aside and lose that wanted first place in line, lol.

Mo

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