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emails are one of the main proofs of ongoing relationship that are required on the interview day . however,i don t know whether i should show all the emails that we have or all of them ??? also do i have to bring the emails that my fiance sent me and the ones that i sent her ??? or just the one i recieved ???

thank you for any kind of clarification.

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In general, if you have emails that run in a string... a sent mail -> respnose -> their response, that probably works best as evidence than single emails.

While I have no clue personally what the embassy would want or need, I'd suggest avoiding the following:

- E-mails that get too 'personal', I don't think the officers want to know -that- much about your love life.

- E-mails that mention or allude to any arguments or fights or disagreements

- E-mails that mention, in general, anything you wouldn't want the general public to know about you and your relationship.

Other than that, I don't know what to suggest. I'm sure there's some folks who have been around longer who can say better than I.

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I put all our emails to and from each otehr in a folder. To show proof of on-going relationship, I am using a printout list of all emails in that folder (shows To, From, Subject, Date etc) and then giving a few samples of emails from each of us dated throughout the relationship.

It's okay to black out personal information. I am not sure they want to read these as much as see ongoing communication.

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Somebody (Aussiewench I think) also suggested to get an impartial person to just read what you are sending. You don't want anything you say 'tongue in cheek' to be taken the wrong way.

Mo

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emails are one of the main proofs of ongoing relationship that are required on the interview day . however,i don t know whether i should show all the emails that we have or all of them ??? also do i have to bring the emails that my fiance sent me and the ones that i sent her ??? or just the one i recieved ???

thank you for any kind of clarification.

i did bring everything that was proof in our relationship for sure like emails, i print too our chattings, letter i send my fiancee through postal and other more, but the only ask me was affidivate of support, income tax return 2006 and photos.

GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I included any reciepts for flowers sent...Money Sent...

I have now got my Fiancee a dedit card through iKobo they are about a 1/3 the cost of Western Union to send money, She just uses the Credit Card the same as any card..I think it's a Mastercard...

Of course any Yahoo/Messenger talks also..

I sent in copies of five messages with a date range of one year. My fiance printed the contents page of the folder in which he filed my messages to him--he didn't send any actual messages.

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