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Yes, you sure can use Money gram as proof! :thumbs:

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Yes, you sure can use Money gram as proof! :thumbs:

Always file in and update your time line, it helps others help you. Trust me! :star:

thanks for all your replies, at this point my fiance and i are just gathering information i readiness for filling, so as so as we file, i will fill in our time line.

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hi everyone, me again, one quick qestion, my fiance sends me money every week for my upkeep, can i use the money gram receipts as proof of on going relationship? since they have the sender and recievers information on them.

thanks in advance.

Nothing wrong in using moneygram. Try to use letters, phone records, email etc for proof on going relationship.

These are mainly used at the interview stage.

For the K1 petition you need proof you have both met in person within 2 years, eg - boarding passes, hotel receipts, photos together etc.

Good luck


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Yes, you sure can use Money gram as proof! :thumbs:

Always file in and update your time line, it helps others help you. Trust me! :star:

thanks for all your replies, at this point my fiance and i are just gathering information i readiness for filling, so as so as we file, i will fill in our time line.

Good, but realize you wont' need these receipts at filing. Concentrate now on primary evidence you met in the past two years, like passport stamps and boarding passes. Evidence of bonafides is taken to the interview much later in the process.


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Here is a thread where we discussed this issue in the Sub-Saharan Africa forum: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...l=western+union

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You can supply whatever evidence you want but I know that I would be hesitant to provide "proof of payments" made to my fiancee. Just a word of caution, some CO's may take a dim view of this particularly in "high fraud" posts.... Proceed at your own risk.....


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