Looking at most of the others in the K-1 process, I wonder if it will be considered strange or suspicious that I don't have mountains of chat logs. Of course, I can prove that I called her on the phone, and how long we talked, and even how much I talk to her kids. I can even prove that I called her when I lived in Mongolia, because she has my phone logs from when I lived there. However, because it is not written correspondence, I can't prove the actual contents of our conversations.
I guess in the modern day, it's a lot more common for an American to meet his/her fiance/e online than offline. I wonder if having met online or offline matters in any way, and if it is a problem, or even a red flag, that we don't have online correspondence records.
Anyone else in a similar situation, with no emails, no chat logs, and a relationship formed off-line? How did it go at the interview? Should I start sending her letters by snail mail so that we can keep written correspondence to show at the interview?
Edited by duraaraa, 12 March 2013 - 03:46 PM.