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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: India
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Hi,

Someone suggested us that we should plan on taking our wedding album to the interview. I was thinking that having enough wedding pictures (including ceremony) would be enough than carrying the bulky wedding albums.

Has anyone carried wedding albums to interview? Are they really required or just the marriage photos will do?

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Hi,

Someone suggested us that we should plan on taking our wedding album to the interview. I was thinking that having enough wedding pictures (including ceremony) would be enough than carrying the bulky wedding albums.

Has anyone carried wedding albums to interview? Are they really required or just the marriage photos will do?

the interview window hole is too small, the wedding album won´t fit there. Carry some of them by hand together with other documentation.

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Hi,

Someone suggested us that we should plan on taking our wedding album to the interview. I was thinking that having enough wedding pictures (including ceremony) would be enough than carrying the bulky wedding albums.

Has anyone carried wedding albums to interview? Are they really required or just the marriage photos will do?

the interview window hole is too small, the wedding album won´t fit there. Carry some of them by hand together with other documentation.

CARRY BOTH, SINGLE PHOTOS AND ALBUM. WE CARRIED ONLY PHOTOS AND WAS ASKED WHY DID NOT BRING THE ALBUM!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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CARRY BOTH, SINGLE PHOTOS AND ALBUM. WE CARRIED ONLY PHOTOS AND WAS ASKED WHY DID NOT BRING THE ALBUM!!!

Thanks for that tidbit. I made an album just for this interview. I do have leftover pics too though, so this is a great idea... thanks! :thumbs:


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Married 3/15/07

USCIS:

NOA1: 5/23/2008

NOA2: 9/12/2008

NVC:

They received: 9/24/2008

Case Complete: 12/1/2008

Interview: 03/24/2009

Received approved visa (after RFE in interview): 04/21/2009

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