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I am currently assembling my K1 package together. I'm making a copy of pages with my passport stamps for proof of having met my foreign fiance within the past 2 years. I just have a couple of quick questions:

1) On one of my passport pages, there are too many stamps that might be hard to differentiate or pinpoint one out. Would it be a good idea if I circle the specific stamp that I want the adjudicators to see, or is it best if I left it the way it is? 

2) When I went to visit my fiance in Egypt, the entry and exit stamp are both in Arabic. Do I need to have that translated? 

Thank you in advance for your advice.

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I suggest leaving the copy as it is because it is representative of what is actually in your passport. The problem of figuring out the stamp is not yours and I an sure USCIS have seen their fair share of passport pages filled with stamps.

What you can do is to type of a list of all the dates you visited your fiance and submit that along with your other documents. Just a suggestion.


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On 04/11/2017 at 4:22 AM, Longingfor said:

I suggest leaving the copy as it is because it is representative of what is actually in your passport. The problem of figuring out the stamp is not yours and I an sure USCIS have seen their fair share of passport pages filled with stamps.

What you can do is to type of a list of all the dates you visited your fiance and submit that along with your other documents. Just a suggestion.

agreed :yes:


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