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hi everyone, i'm still working on collecting copies of photos/passport stamps for the I-129F to be with my USC bf of 8 years.

things i have right now are:

-1 copy of my itinerary in 2008 and boarding passes related to this trip

-6 passport stamps(2001/03/05/06/07/08) on my passport as a tourist

-my airline crew's landing permit record stamps(the most recent one only, from june 2008 till now)

-9 photos and my company record showing the staff tickets debited related to our vacation in early years

-4 photos in 2008

-a printout of our very first email

is there anything i should add/delete? do i have enough evidence to avoid RFE???? i can still print chats(we never record any till today)/phone bills(once/twice only in years)/some letters from him in early years.

pls help.

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Hi bawaa,

If you can add letters, email or phone logs, pictures of yourselves together in front of landmarks, etc, things like that will help. Check here for a good list of suggested items.

Good luck!


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No need evidence of relationship such as emails, chats and phone records with initial submission. You only have to prove you have met in person in the last 2 years. Save other evidence for the embassy interview.


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Do what you think is right. I would rather put more in than not enough.

At the end it depends on the immigration officer. Sometimes they want more, sometimes they don't. SOmetimes they don't even want to have pictures. Sometimes even a full page elaboration on how you met is not enough. This is unpredictable.

I don't think we put much more in the package than you. But we also donT have NOA 2 yet. ;-)

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Filed: IR-5 Country: Philippines
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My Fiance only put 4 pics of us together, we've been together for almost 4 years. Few emails, chats and passport stamps of his visits.

I agree, depends on the one who will process your case. I've read some here didnt include pics.

Produce more on your interview...

Good luck!

hi everyone, i'm still working on collecting copies of photos/passport stamps for the I-129F to be with my USC bf of 8 years.

things i have right now are:

-1 copy of my itinerary in 2008 and boarding passes related to this trip

-6 passport stamps(2001/03/05/06/07/08) on my passport as a tourist

-my airline crew's landing permit record stamps(the most recent one only, from june 2008 till now)

-9 photos and my company record showing the staff tickets debited related to our vacation in early years

-4 photos in 2008

-a printout of our very first email

is there anything i should add/delete? do i have enough evidence to avoid RFE???? i can still print chats(we never record any till today)/phone bills(once/twice only in years)/some letters from him in early years.

pls help.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: New Zealand
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When dealing with higher fraud consulates it is often suggested that one sends along some additional supporting evidence of the relationship along with the initial petition.

I am not familiar enough with Hong Kong to advise you on this.

Use the K-1 GUIDE and checklist to be sure you have everything included.

good luck.


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Haole, that is a true statement for a K3 application when proof of marriage appears to have a higher weight of implied proof of ongoing relationshop. It is becoming evident that there is a need to front load a K1 application and submit ongoing relationship evidence to the embassy through USCIS rather than depend on the consular officer, who has NO obligation at all to actually LOOK at any further evidence, to make a decision based on the petition in front of him. Would advise photos, affidavits, ticket stubs, passport stamps, phone logs, chat logs, and emails showing a living, ongoing relationship be included by the USC in a K1 application after observing the stats on how many K1 petitions get sent back to die at USCIS from the consulates due to poor evidence.

No need evidence of relationship such as emails, chats and phone records with initial submission. You only have to prove you have met in person in the last 2 years. Save other evidence for the embassy interview.

 

i don't get it.

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No need evidence of relationship such as emails, chats and phone records with initial submission. You only have to prove you have met in person in the last 2 years. Save other evidence for the embassy interview.

I agree. Since you do have a long term relationship, I would document each of the trips and leave it at that for the petition. There don't appear to be any red flags and unlike Guangzhou, Hong Kong is not a high fraud Consulate.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Romania
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there is no such thing as too much evidence. If you feel like putting emails, chats and photos, go for it. i did, and it didnt kill anyone at USCIS.


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there is no such thing as too much evidence. If you feel like putting emails, chats and photos, go for it. i did, and it didnt kill anyone at USCIS.

There certainly is such a thing as being unreasonable. If I printed all the emails and chat sessions my wife and I had before petition filing, the case file would have needed a couple file boxes to hold it. The amount of evidence needs to remain within reasonable quantities, no matter how many red flags are being addressed.


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