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How does Uncle Sam get petitioner's telephone number(s)?

I don't see it in either the I-129F or the G325a.

There is a space for the fiance's telephone number on the I-129F.

The reason I am asking is I want to front load some telephone records from my fiance as additional evidence.

How will the USCIS know which numbers are mine from the telephone records if there isn't a place to enter them in the I-129F or G325a?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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How does Uncle Sam get petitioner's telephone number(s)?

I don't see it in either the I-129F or the G325a.

There is a space for the fiance's telephone number on the I-129F.

The reason I am asking is I want to front load some telephone records from my fiance as additional evidence.

How will the USCIS know which numbers are mine from the telephone records if there isn't a place to enter them in the I-129F or G325a?

It will go on the DS 230 when its time for that


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Your name should appear on your phone bill. From an evidentiary standpoint, that should be enough.

On each of the phone bills I submitted, I sent only excerpts (marked as such), but I included the first page (the one with my name and address) and highlighted my name. FYI- I heavily redacted my phone bills (account number, non-relevant phone numbers, etc.).

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Your phone records should have your name and phone # on billing sheet. If your phone records do not have that,it no big deal. USCIS didnt ask the petitioner for phone # because they dont care about it. You filing a petition for beneficiary carrys more weight than you providing 10 digits. But HCMC will cross reference if your fiancee is ask to show proof during interview.


Round 1 (K-1)

Mar-16-09: interview (blue slip)

Mar-25-09: returned with blue slip denied, (white slip)

Jun-04-09: nvc received returned petition

Jun-08-09: nvc forwards to uscis

Jun-19-09: noa3 uscis received ( pending under review)

Sep-17-09 : touched!!!

Sep-21-09: Notice of Decesion, Expired free to file again

Round 2 (K-1)

(1st denied case received & forward dates at NVC,and 2nd refiling & noa1 at uscis are identical ....how ironic)

I-129F sent: Jun 04-09

noa1 recvd: Jun 08-09

noa2: Sep-17-09 APPROVED

noa2 Hard Copy: Sep 21-09 called CSC said not approved still pending in system (#######!!!!)

noa3 recvd: Nov 25-09 USCIS is reopening case NOA2 was issued in error.(Government Motion to Reopen)

RFE ( NOID) recvd: Dec 18-09 ask to give rebuttal on consulate finding regarding 1st petition

RFE sent: Dec 20-09 rebuttal submitted plus able to front load additional proof.

noa4 recvd: Dec 28-09 APPROVED FINALLY

NVC recvd: Jan 04-10

NVC left: Jan 12-10

Consulate Recvd: Feb 05-10

Packet 3 submitted: Feb 09-10

Packet 4 Recvd: April 16-10

Interview : May 12-10...PINK SLIP already on the table (2years 1week later)

Visa Pickup: May 28-10 In Hand!!

POE: May 29-2010 LAX

Feelinglucky Tonight

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