I know there is a lot of posts about what to submit as evidence of bona fide marriage, Ive lost count of how many I read.
I just need some opinion of whats reasonable and what is not.
We have visited eachother so far more than 20 times (and we will still have some more before sending the package).
So we have got for all this 20+ visits:
-All flight itineraries,
-Many flight boarding passes,
-Many hotel and camping receipts and reservations (with only the name of either one or the other of us in it)
-All passport stamps
-Some few pictures of both together (maybe around 10) and pictures of each of us in the same location but not the same picture.
-Tickets of things we did, places we ate, etc.. but this things don't have our names on it.
I find it kind of too much to send all this for each of this visits, I mean..just the passport stamps by themselves say pretty much everything and the rest doesn't really give new information. Maybe the itineraries/boarding passes since they show the duration of the visits and that the final destinations are our home cities or common vacation destination.
¿Do you think its reasonable to leave some stuff out?
¿Like maybe just send all the flight itineraries + corresponding passport stamps + corresponding pictures of both (if available)? Maybe organize it cronologically with a very short descripton of the visit.
¿Do you think it is better to send boarding passes instead of itineraries? (i think I have most of them, but I know I have all itineraries in my email and its clearer to read and follow that several boarding passes).
¿Should I just go crazy and send everything and have the person reviewing it get pissed because its way too much?
I could take all the rest to the interview just in case.
I know there is no right answer, but opinions would be greatly appreciated.