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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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In assembling my I-129F petition I noticed that I somehow lost the airline boarding passes for our flight from Guilin to Xian, but I do have the boarding passes from Xian to Beijing as well as our boarding passes from Beijing back to Nanning.

I’m wondering if they will question how we got to Xian even though we have several photos of us while in Xian. I do have the e-ticket itinerary/receipt for our tickets, but my fiancée name on her e-ticket is in Chinese. I’m surprised since everything else is in English.

My fiancée also purchased the domestic airline tickets (I paid her back of course) since she is a tour guide and arranged our flights within China and hotels before my arrival. (It's nice to be in love with such a wonderful woman)

Also, the departure stamp date in my passport is very light and difficult to read.

Will any of these items cause a problem with my I-129F petition filing?

Do I even need to include the airline boarding passes for our fights to each city we visited in China?

Thank you for your help.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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This is not an issue, only entry and exit flights are of concern, this shows being in China and having met your fiancee in person within past 2 years.

Add other evidence like pictures to gether, and with fiancee's family. Evidence of regular communications is a plus.


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In assembling my I-129F petition I noticed that I somehow lost the airline boarding passes for our flight from Guilin to Xian, but I do have the boarding passes from Xian to Beijing as well as our boarding passes from Beijing back to Nanning.

I’m wondering if they will question how we got to Xian even though we have several photos of us while in Xian. I do have the e-ticket itinerary/receipt for our tickets, but my fiancée name on her e-ticket is in Chinese. I’m surprised since everything else is in English.

My fiancée also purchased the domestic airline tickets (I paid her back of course) since she is a tour guide and arranged our flights within China and hotels before my arrival. (It's nice to be in love with such a wonderful woman)

Also, the departure stamp date in my passport is very light and difficult to read.

Will any of these items cause a problem with my I-129F petition filing?

Do I even need to include the airline boarding passes for our fights to each city we visited in China?

Thank you for your help.

It's good to save the boarding passes but the important ones are really just for entering and exiting China. The photos will be sufficient.


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