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Photos for K1 Visa

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11 minutes ago, JessAUSSIE said:

Hey guys, I'm about to file for my K1 visa and have put together some photos for proof. How specific do the dates need to be or can you just put the month and year?

Honestly I didn't put any dates on the photos. But I did submit photos of us together and me with her family, bo thgh of us taking trips, and her family and us together on a trip.

 

They primarily want photos of both of you together doing normal relationship stuff. 

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I don't think dates are important on photos, especially since one could put any date s/he wanted to on it. That's why passport stamps, boarding passes, etc are important to provide as proof you've met w/in the last two years.

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