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When including photo's of me and my fiance together is it necessary that they be actual photo's on photographic paper? Could it just be print out digital pictures on regular paper? I read the guide on the website but I dont understand why they would reject pictures that are not photos. Also what information should I write on the pictures of us?


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Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Bucharest, Romania

I-129F Sent : 2008-09-02

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-09-10

I-129F NOA2 : 2009-01-21

NVC Received : 2009-01-26

NVC Left : 2009-01-26

Consulate Received : 2009-02-03

Packet 3 Received : 2009-02-09

Packet 3 Sent back: 2009-02-11

Packet 4 Received : 2009-02-26

Interview Date : 2009-03-09

Visa Received : 2009-03-09

Future:

US Entry : 2009-03-23

Marriage : 2009-06-13

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When including photo's of me and my fiance together is it necessary that they be actual photo's on photographic paper? Could it just be print out digital pictures on regular paper? I read the guide on the website but I dont understand why they would reject pictures that are not photos. Also what information should I write on the pictures of us?

I made quality color copies of our pics. I dont see how it would pose any problem, the point is seeing that you two are pictured together.


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When including photo's of me and my fiance together is it necessary that they be actual photo's on photographic paper? Could it just be print out digital pictures on regular paper? I read the guide on the website but I dont understand why they would reject pictures that are not photos. Also what information should I write on the pictures of us?

We put together a montage of pictures on a single page and printed it out in color.

The application process usually requires you to submit copies of evidence, but to have the originals available at the interview or if needed sooner.

You could send along a letter stating that you will provide original pictures at the time of the interview, or that you're hip and cool and since you don't usually

kill trees by printing the thousands of pictures you take together...you will be happy to bring in the pics on your laptop or iPod. :-)

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I actually did both.

I printed out two photos on one page with a date/time/location and brief description under each photo.

I then printed out the pictures (4X6) and placed them into a ziplock back and stapled that two a blank piece of paper with a date/time/location heading for the contents of the ziplock bag.

I also date/time/location each photo with a brief description and names of who was in the picture on the back.

This was most likely over kill but I wanted to play it safe.


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When including photo's of me and my fiance together is it necessary that they be actual photo's on photographic paper? Could it just be print out digital pictures on regular paper? I read the guide on the website but I dont understand why they would reject pictures that are not photos. Also what information should I write on the pictures of us?

I think it's better to print them on photographic paper. Remember, you don't need to send too many....a bit of everything seems to be the best.

You should write the names of the people in the pics (some couples send pictures of themselves with friends/family), the location, and dates.


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Can be simple color prints on plain old paper through an ink jet printer.


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I printed on photograph paper and placed 2 or 3 on a sheet of paper and labelled each pic with a date and significant place so that when the consul looks at them he has nothing else to ask.. I was right, the Consul at the US embassy in Manila didnt even ask me anything about evidences.

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or that you're hip and cool and since you don't usually

kill trees by printing the thousands of pictures you take together...you will be happy to bring in the pics on your laptop or iPod. :-)

You cannot enter in an U.S Embassy with electronics stuffs!


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