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What dates of emails do I put first in my k-1 petition?

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Hello All,

I need to know how to assemble my emails for the K-1 petition. Do I put our first correspondence (the beginning of our emailing online) on the top and then follow with emails that establish our relationship on down the line to present? Or should I put our relationship as it is now, and work my way back to our first emails etc.

All help is very much appreciated.

sklind


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Why not just print a list of the emails and pick a few to send? Beginning , middle and most recent? :)

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Adele


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We got our NOA1 as at 26 Oct 2005!

Sent to CSC 26 Oct 2005

NOA2 26 Jan 2006

Sent to Embassy 9 Feb 2006

Embassy sent pk3 21 feb 2006

Recd and return pk3 27 feb

Medical 8 March

recd pk4 11 April

Interview 10 May

Visa Approved 10 May

Visa Received 13 May

Fly to Memphis 21 june

Married 1 September

AOS NOA1 23 Jan 2007

Case transferred to Missourri

Case transferred back to CSC feb 01

Card in the mail March 05

Case approved March 005

Welcome to America Letters received March 08

Filed for lifting of conditions - received in Vermont Jan 20 2009

I-797C NOA received Jan 26 2009

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I don't think they will care which order the emails go in, the main thing is just showing that you communicate with each other regularly. When I sent in a list of my emails from Matt, I sorted through my inbox by recipient so just his showed up. I agree with MrsW2B that they don't need to see every email sent, some from the beginning, middle and end should be plenty. :)

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I definitely would not include ALL your emails in the petition. Save that for the interview (if asked for them). All it will do at this stage is make the person reviewing your file drown in unnecessary paperwork.

I plan to state the month/year we met on the message board, and then proof that we've met in the past 2 years. Probably just an email or phone bill (spread out over the span of our relationship) or two and then that's it.

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I saved all our emails (to and from) in a separate file, and just printed off a log of all the emails (date, subject, sender). I think my log went from most recent to first. I did not send the actual content of any emails. In my statement of intent, I explained that the emails were just a tiny portion of our interaction, as we meet daily with live video and audio feed (skype.com), as well as had frequent telephone calls. I also sent all boarding passes, hotel receipts, candid photos (dated) of each trip I had made to China prior to the application (I have been back since). I separated the various proof by categories (photos, boarding passes, misc. receipts) and placed them in individually marked envelopes. In my statement of intent I also briefly described our activities of each visit. The I-129F application was received 3/20/06, approved 4/19/06, NVC received it 5/1/06, and the package is now on its way to Guangzhou. I think it is best to be thorough, organized, and provide anything and everything in support of your application. The order of your email log (front to back or back to front) is immaterial. Best of luck to you both.

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lol we use e-mail as instant messenger at work, since we can't use msn or yim, if we sent a list of our e-mails we'd drive them crazy, we're almost 6300 e-mails in almost a year and a half relationship (we've been together since nov 25 2004)




* K1 Timeline *
* 04/07/06: I-129F Sent to NSC
* 10/02/06: Interview date - APPROVED!
* 10/10/06: POE Houston
* 11/25/06: Wedding day!!!

* AOS/EAD/AP Timeline *
*01/05/07: AOS/EAD/AP sent
*02/19/08: AOS approved
*02/27/08: Permanent Resident Card received

* LOC Timeline *
*12/31/09: Applied Lifting of Condition
*01/04/10: NOA
*02/12/10: Biometrics
*03/03/10: LOC approved
*03/11/10: 10 years green card received

* Naturalization Timeline *
*12/17/10: package sent
*12/29/10: NOA date
*01/19/11: biometrics
*04/12/11: interview
*04/15/11: approval letter
*05/13/11: Oath Ceremony - Officially done with Immigration.

Complete Timeline

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haha... I used to e-mail Chris and receive e-mails from him a lot! But he only sent two e-mails, I guess... Just send a few of them, as our friends are saying, and you'll be fine! ;)


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AMERIZILIANS ALL THE WAY!!! :P

K-1 Journey

--> Jan 27th, 2006 - Sent the petition to Nebraska SC.

--> Jan 31st, 2006 - 1st NOA received by mail.

--> April 20th, 2006 - 2nd NOA in snail mail!

--> May 5th, 2006 - NVC received and left

--> May 24th, 2006 - Pack. 3 received and left (never received package 4, so the Embassy sent me its content by e-mail)

--> June 26th, 2006 - Medical in São Paulo (Dr. Celso Rodrigues Fava)

--> July 11th - Interview APPROVED!! :D

--> July 13th - Visa in hand

AOS

--> Novr 11th, 2006 - Sent AOS and EAD forms

--> Nov 17th, 2006 - NOA 1

--> Dec 4th, 2006 - Biometrics (appt. letter rec. in 11/24)

--> Nov 28th, 2006 - RFE received

--> Jan, 8th, 2007 - RFE sent

--> Jan, 30th, 2007 - EAD card received

--> Mar, 13th, 2007 - Interview - Pending Security Checks

--> July, 16th, 2007 - USCIS site: Security checks cleared. Welcome Letter in the way!

--> July, 26th, 2007 - GREEN CARD IN THE MAIL!!! (done with USCIS until 04/2009)

Removing Conditions on Residency

--> April 16th, 2009 - Sent I-751 Application to California Service Center

--> May 8th, 2009 - NOA received (1 year extension letter]

--> June 1st, 2009 - Biometrics appt. letter received

I LOVE MY BABE CHRIS!

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Personally, I wouldn't waste time or paper including any emails with your I-129F petition. The requirements for the I-129F are to show that you have met each other in the preceding 2 years. Emails do not prove that.

You will need proof of an ongoing relationship at the consulate interview, however, so that is the time to use them.

When I submitted for my fiancee last year, this is how I did it. Approval came very rapidly.

Best of luck,

G


I-129F Filing

G (USA)

L (Scotland)

2005-02-05 Sent to TSC

2005-03-02 NOA2 rcvd

2005-04-27 Medical - 3:40 pm in Edinburgh

2005-05-19 Interview - approved!!

2005-06-12 G & L fly to Florida

2005-08-20 Wedding day!!

2005-09-15 Sent AOS docs

2005-09-23 NOA1 rcvd for 485, 765, and 131

2005-11-28 AP rcvd

2006-01-03 EAD rcvd

2006-03-08 AOS interview - Success - pending FBI name check!!

2006-04-05 Rcvd the 'Welcome To America' email. Name check is done!!

2006-04-17 Green Card Received!!

2008-02-05 Sent I-751 to remove conditions

2008-02-11 I-751 received in Texas

2008-02-25 Check finally cashed!!

2008-03-19 Biometrics completed in West Palm Beach

2008-12-23 Rcvd notification of GC production

2008-12-30 Rcvd notification of confirmation letter going in the mail.

"Just as our DNA is unique, so too is our visa processing experience."

G 3/31/05

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Personally, I wouldn't waste time or paper including any emails with your I-129F petition. The requirements for the I-129F are to show that you have met each other in the preceding 2 years. Emails do not prove that.

You will need proof of an ongoing relationship at the consulate interview, however, so that is the time to use them.

When I submitted for my fiancee last year, this is how I did it. Approval came very rapidly.

Best of luck,

G

Ditto! No emails in your petition......... :no:


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