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221G more proof, Belgrade- suggestions? (split)

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Hello, guys !

 

I wanted to inform you, and share my concern.

I had a interview yesterday, in Belgrade.

Everything was going fine.The officer was neutral, I answered the questions precisely and I thought everything is going to be smooth.

But, at the end of the interview, the lady told me that she needs more evidence of relationship, especially communication logs.

I am not going to blame them, as it was completely our foolishness that I brought only several screenshots of our facebook messages and call/video logs.

The form I got was 221g.

They asked me, since the embassy is in the neighbor country, to send them that thru mail on CD and that she will take a look at it, again, and make a decision.

If I get approved, I would be asked to send them passport so the visa can be issued.

So, what I wanted to do is make a folder on that CD, for each month that me and my fiancee are together, that will contain a few chat logs from the social networks we used for those months.

I hope that that will show the officer that we are genuine, as well helping her to easily access progress of our relationship by each month.

Also, our NOA2 expires on June 22th, and I really hope that it is automatically extended, if they fail to make a decision before that.

I am, nevertheless, going to send what they asked today, and organize it nicely.

 

What do you think about me providing more proof as I said in here, in that way, and has anyone got this, like I did ?

Should I be worried ?

I think that I should not, since they literally kept all of my documentation, besides only birth certificate.

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**** post split from thread by other member about another issue, and duplicate removed- please post questions about your own case in your own thread, and post once only. *****


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Umm embassies do not accept any media. Send papers. 


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