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Copies of Phone Bills??? for Embassy

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Just read that you have to have copies of phone bills to prove that you are communicating with your fiance. That is no problem only when I call Colombia I use a phonecard and dial a 213 area code number from the United States and then use a PIN#...........is this going to be sufficient for the interview in Bogota? Because on the phonebill it looks like a regular US number....called about 5000 times...LOLOL. Just wanted to know if this would be sufficient??


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Why do you need phone card records? Just because others overkill the consulate with information doesn't mean you must do it also. When I filed for I129f I only submitted an itinerary and 2 pictures (to show we have met); when she went for the interview in Bogota she took printouts of 5 emails and 5 chat records and they only looked at one email for 5 seconds. So you don't need to do it unless you are in an overkill mode - please don't kill any more trees (my friend in Costa Rica is crying :lol:) Good Luck


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Why do you need phone card records? Just because others overkill the consulate with information doesn't mean you must do it also. When I filed for I129f I only submitted an itinerary and 2 pictures (to show we have met); when she went for the interview in Bogota she took printouts of 5 emails and 5 chat records and they only looked at one email for 5 seconds. So you don't need to do it unless you are in an overkill mode - please don't kill any more trees (my friend in Costa Rica is crying :lol:) Good Luck

OH...LOL. I didnt know. LOLOLOL. Kill them with info then that have NO excuses for denial..lol. Thanks.


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Dr.J,

Not true. There are very few specific things that a 'must have'.

What one must have is evidence appropriate to one's situation. If phone bills suit the purpose and you have them, great - use them. If they don't suit the purpose, or you don't have them, use other things.

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Just read that you have to have copies of phone bills to prove that you are communicating with your fiance. ...

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