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Helll to eveeyone forgive me for my long post,..my fiance had his interview at the Accra embassy in Ghana and i went with him but we were asked to bring request for further evidence with respect to communication from 2013-2015 since dats the time we starting dating,.. the CO said we only brought 2014 to 2015 .i only ve som few emails and whatsapp messages from 2013 but no calls he lost his computer hence the skype records relating to that period since that was wat we were using.

we were asked to bring more pictures especially we were young cos we went to the same high school before she went to the states before we lost contact and reconnected again is that normal even though i took more than 30 pictures of us with family and friends.

Any help would be greatly appreciated our second interview is two week away and i ve decided to stay and go with him again.Thanks for all your help

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Have you called Skype and see if there is a way for them to send you those chats? My experience with Skype was they only have 6 months worth of chats when I called them but they said they were working on that, or can you long into your skype and print them? If you can't get the items try your best to appeal to the consular and sit with your fiancée and ask each other questions to make sure your on the same page I don't mean to be downer but this embassy is a little difficult

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