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IR5,photos of us needed?

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Okay, I really want to hear anything regarding my concern from other member/s, if you could, please do. I'll appreciate it a lot!

One of my problems is, my mother and I haven't seen each other for almost a decade, and we don't have recent pictures of us together. I am the the USC petitioner and my mother is the beneficiary. I have read in some websites about the list/s that the petitioners' parents (beneficiary) brought to the US Embassy Manila, and I did't see that they were asked a picture or pictures of them together. Please enlightened me. I'm so confused. THANK YOU !

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http://photos.state.gov/libraries/manila/1178798/feb2015/IV%20Applicant%20Interview%20Preparation%20Instructions%20-%20English%20_February%202015_.pdf

Specifically page 3 (proof of relationship).

Bring whatever she can provide. If you videocall via Skype or FaceTime, screenshot print-outs are sufficient.

Edited by apple21

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http://photos.state.gov/libraries/manila/1178798/feb2015/IV%20Applicant%20Interview%20Preparation%20Instructions%20-%20English%20_February%202015_.pdf

Specifically page 3 (proof of relationship).

Bring whatever she can provide. If you videocall via Skype or FaceTime, screenshot print-outs are sufficient

Again, thank you!

The truth is, as I was browsing some information about my case here on VJ, I saw one of your comments, and you mentioned your Dad in law brought some pictures of him and his son, your husband. And that list of you startled me, haha. But you know what? I appreciate your help :-) ! Thank you !!!!

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Again, thank you!

The truth is, as I was browsing some information about my case here on VJ, I saw one of your comments, and you mentioned your Dad in law brought some pictures of him and his son, your husband. And that list of you startled me, haha. But you know what? I appreciate your help :-) ! Thank you !!!!

It was my husband who brought the pictures to the interview. His dad was the petitioner.

Better be prepared than sorry. Good luck!

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