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Are receipts from restaurants or other purchases that were made during the time of visit necessary when submitting proof with the K1 application? A lot of the receipts had either no name on it, or no date, or at times a different language, so I did not bother taking photos of the receipts. I do however have passport stamps, flight itineraries, hotel receipts, and a ton of pictures that I can submit as evidence. Would that suffice or is it not enough? 

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Passport stamps, ticket stubs from flight, hotel receipts.. these are good primary evidence of meeting.,

 

If you do not have other receipts, did you by chance use a credit card? If so check your bank statement. I used a print off of about 4 items I purchased there just to add.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Ben&Zian said:

Passport stamps, ticket stubs from flight, hotel receipts.. these are good primary evidence of meeting.,

 

If you do not have other receipts, did you by chance use a credit card? If so check your bank statement. I used a print off of about 4 items I purchased there just to add.

 

 

 

Unfortunately I didn't. My foreign fiancé paid for most of the things while I was there. And I exchanged my dollars to the country's currency and paid what I purchased in cash. I did not anticipate that having receipts would be of such significance. I really hope this would not be an issue.

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You have passport stamps(entry and exit stamps),  hotel receipt, and such. That should be fine. Pictures are considered secondary evidence by most.

 

A lot of us never plan a head to save the receipts, so just do the best you can to gather everything. 

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Typically  receipts from restaurants or other purchases during the time of visit are not necessary.  Except for engagement party receipts, cake are very good to include. 

 

Primary evidence: passport stamps, flight itineraries, hotel receipts, and pictures.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, b6543 said:

Typically  receipts from restaurants or other purchases during the time of visit are not necessary.  Except for engagement party receipts, cake are very good to include. 

 

Primary evidence: passport stamps, flight itineraries, hotel receipts, and pictures.

 

 

 

Thank you so much. I am going to include my credit card purchase that's in my bank statement of my flight tickets and hotels for all my 3 visits just in case.  :-) 

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