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HI I have just started my K1 process I found the letter of intent on this site and used it. The lawyer i am using wants a more detailed letter from both of us.

Is this necessary? I like how this letter is short and to the point.

They think i need to go into how we met, where we met, why we met, etc

This info is on the I-129F question 18

I thought the letter of intent was just that.

My letter is not a problem hers will take some time to get because they want originals.

So what are they really looking for? and what works?

Thank you

boB Jossel & Kris

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HI I have just started my K1 process I found the letter of intent on this site and used it. The lawyer i am using wants a more detailed letter from both of us.

Is this necessary? I like how this letter is short and to the point.

They think i need to go into how we met, where we met, why we met, etc

This info is on the I-129F question 18

I thought the letter of intent was just that.

My letter is not a problem hers will take some time to get because they want originals.

So what are they really looking for? and what works?

Thank you

boB Jossel & Kris

hi we just followed the guide and there's no problem. just finished my interview yesterday

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HI I have just started my K1 process I found the letter of intent on this site and used it. The lawyer i am using wants a more detailed letter from both of us.

Is this necessary? I like how this letter is short and to the point.

They think i need to go into how we met, where we met, why we met, etc

This info is on the I-129F question 18

I thought the letter of intent was just that.

My letter is not a problem hers will take some time to get because they want originals.

So what are they really looking for? and what works?

Thank you

boB Jossel & Kris

hi we just followed the guide and there's no problem. just finished my interview yesterday

We also used the shorter forms, and these did come from our attorney. No need to write a book. That kind of explanation will be at interview time... Good Luck!


Mark and Lada

Charlotte/Volgograd

US/Russia

Event Date

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

US Entry : 2008-07-15

Marriage : 2008-08-31

I-485 Filed 10-16/2008

I-485 Approved 1-11-2009

I-751 Filed for K2 8-2-2010

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Same here, we used the one's from VJ. You can elaborate more on how you met on question No. 18, my fiance (US Citizen) attached a sheet of paper to answer this question.


REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

08.01.2011 - I-751 SENT

08.05.2011 - Check cashed

08.08.2011- NOA Received

08.19.2011 - Biometrics Letter Received

09.12.2011 - Biometrics Appointment

01.27.2012 - CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED!!!

02.01.2012 - 10 year GC Received.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Either of the two as long as you express your intent to marry. Ryan and I submitted two letter of intent though :D One was the short form and the other one was the longer form with brief details of how we met and such.

-Riza


My Journey to Motherhood

Our Wedding Pics

Onli In Da Pilipins - Collection of sights and thoughts for my beloved country.

Our Love HIStory

06/26/06: Met at Bigchurch.com

07/14/07: First meeting in person.

12/19/07: Got my surprise gift through snail mail: my engagement ring!

02/11-18/08: Valentine's Week together!

AOS Timeline (I-485, I-765)

04/09/09: Sent packet to Illinois Lockbox

04/20/09: Received Notice of Action

04/27/09: Received Biometrics Appointment

05/09/09: Biometrics Appointment

06/01/09: Received EAD Card

08/18/09: Interview (postponed due to baby's delivery)

12/16/09: Interview - Approved!

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In her eyes I see the reflection of what love is all about.

"Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken."

Ecclesiastes 4:12

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