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Hi,

Me and my fiancee mostly use Yahoo Messenger to communicate on a daily basis. When we do call it is on Vonage and there is no phone bill. We only have written a few letters through snail mail due to the slow process and her mail service being very unreliable. Has anyone else submitted a Messenger archive list or something similar as proof of a ongoing relationship?

Thanks!


2008-09-18: Met

2010-01-01: Engaged

2010-04-07: Mailed I-129F to CSC via USPS Priority

2010-04-09: Received by CSC

2009-04-09: NOA1 Online Initial review

2009-04-09: NOA1 mailed

2010-04-14: Check cashed

2010-04-19: NOA1 Hard copy delivered after being lost in the mail for a week

2010-06-21: Touched

2010-06-21: Approved by USCIS!

2010-06-28: NAO2 Hardcopy recieved

2010-06-29: NVC sent to embassy

2010-08-09: Passed medical exam at St. Lukes

2010-08-09: CFO Done

2010-08-18: Interview Passed!!!

2010-08-26: Visa Delivered

2010-10-14: POE SFO

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Hi,

Me and my fiancee mostly use Yahoo Messenger to communicate on a daily basis. When we do call it is on Vonage and there is no phone bill. We only have written a few letters through snail mail due to the slow process and her mail service being very unreliable. Has anyone else submitted a Messenger archive list or something similar as proof of a ongoing relationship?

Thanks!

yes u can use that as ur secondary evidence... :thumbs:


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Hi,

Me and my fiancee mostly use Yahoo Messenger to communicate on a daily basis. When we do call it is on Vonage and there is no phone bill. We only have written a few letters through snail mail due to the slow process and her mail service being very unreliable. Has anyone else submitted a Messenger archive list or something similar as proof of a ongoing relationship?

Thanks!

LOTS of people print out representative chats and a few screen prints for evidence. Keep the snail mail cards and letters flying as they do count.

Best to get a long distance carrier that has monthly records of calls to her number and make short calls once a day. If you can't afford that for a little while you can't afford a pinay wife.


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yes u can use that as ur secondary evidence... :thumbs:

Hmmm....

What is the difference for secondary evidence and regular evidence?

Thanks for the responses!


2008-09-18: Met

2010-01-01: Engaged

2010-04-07: Mailed I-129F to CSC via USPS Priority

2010-04-09: Received by CSC

2009-04-09: NOA1 Online Initial review

2009-04-09: NOA1 mailed

2010-04-14: Check cashed

2010-04-19: NOA1 Hard copy delivered after being lost in the mail for a week

2010-06-21: Touched

2010-06-21: Approved by USCIS!

2010-06-28: NAO2 Hardcopy recieved

2010-06-29: NVC sent to embassy

2010-08-09: Passed medical exam at St. Lukes

2010-08-09: CFO Done

2010-08-18: Interview Passed!!!

2010-08-26: Visa Delivered

2010-10-14: POE SFO

2010-11-05: Wedding day

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Hmmm....

What is the difference for secondary evidence and regular evidence?

Thanks for the responses!

When collecting information that "documents proof of having met your fiance(e) within two years" consider information that "factually" places the two of you together first. This means items such as dated photographs, airlines tickets/stubs (proving you boarded) to their country (or for them to the US and your home city), etc.. You should also consider submitting information that validates your relationship which will help the adjudcator understand the scope of your relationship and acts as secondary evidence (photos together, dated emails -edit out personal items first-, etc..).


N-400:
May 9, 2017: N-400 packet was sent
May 15, 2017: NOA1 
June 05, 2017: Biometric Done
June 19, 2017: Case is in Line for an Interview
June 25, 2018: USCIS Scheduled an Interview
Aug. 02, 2018: Interview Date- APPROVED!
Aug. 09, 2018: Oath Ceremony

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When collecting information that "documents proof of having met your fiance(e) within two years" consider information that "factually" places the two of you together first. This means items such as dated photographs, airlines tickets/stubs (proving you boarded) to their country (or for them to the US and your home city), etc.. You should also consider submitting information that validates your relationship which will help the adjudcator understand the scope of your relationship and acts as secondary evidence (photos together, dated emails -edit out personal items first-, etc..).

Well I have copies of my ticket stubs from going to visit her and pictures of us while I was there. Unfortunately the pictures where not date stamped. I included those in our i-129f packet. I am worried about what she will need to take to her embassy interview. We do email a few times a week but normally only if we are running out of time and having to cut our daily chat sessions short.


2008-09-18: Met

2010-01-01: Engaged

2010-04-07: Mailed I-129F to CSC via USPS Priority

2010-04-09: Received by CSC

2009-04-09: NOA1 Online Initial review

2009-04-09: NOA1 mailed

2010-04-14: Check cashed

2010-04-19: NOA1 Hard copy delivered after being lost in the mail for a week

2010-06-21: Touched

2010-06-21: Approved by USCIS!

2010-06-28: NAO2 Hardcopy recieved

2010-06-29: NVC sent to embassy

2010-08-09: Passed medical exam at St. Lukes

2010-08-09: CFO Done

2010-08-18: Interview Passed!!!

2010-08-26: Visa Delivered

2010-10-14: POE SFO

2010-11-05: Wedding day

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Well I have copies of my ticket stubs from going to visit her and pictures of us while I was there. :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: Unfortunately the pictures where not date stamped.(think its ok as long as ur both together in the pics.) I included those in our i-129f packet. I am worried about what she will need to take to her embassy interview.(don't worry, u still have lots of time to have evidence, phone bills, chat and call logs, snail mails, e-mails, photos together,she needs copy of ur passport stamp, paystubs, financial support, etc.., and her other docs, like NBI, and CENOMAR if she is annulled then her decree and finality..) We do email a few times a week but normally only if we are running out of time and having to cut our daily chat sessions short.

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N-400:
May 9, 2017: N-400 packet was sent
May 15, 2017: NOA1 
June 05, 2017: Biometric Done
June 19, 2017: Case is in Line for an Interview
June 25, 2018: USCIS Scheduled an Interview
Aug. 02, 2018: Interview Date- APPROVED!
Aug. 09, 2018: Oath Ceremony

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Great! Thanks again


2008-09-18: Met

2010-01-01: Engaged

2010-04-07: Mailed I-129F to CSC via USPS Priority

2010-04-09: Received by CSC

2009-04-09: NOA1 Online Initial review

2009-04-09: NOA1 mailed

2010-04-14: Check cashed

2010-04-19: NOA1 Hard copy delivered after being lost in the mail for a week

2010-06-21: Touched

2010-06-21: Approved by USCIS!

2010-06-28: NAO2 Hardcopy recieved

2010-06-29: NVC sent to embassy

2010-08-09: Passed medical exam at St. Lukes

2010-08-09: CFO Done

2010-08-18: Interview Passed!!!

2010-08-26: Visa Delivered

2010-10-14: POE SFO

2010-11-05: Wedding day

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You can bring up a page of your call history. I don't think it's printable but you might be about to do a print screen shot, save it and print it out that way.

My partner and I use Yahoo to call most of the time too.

Just a suggestion, best of luck :).


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From what i remember with vonage, you can get a call history if you check the account online..you could print those to files or just do screenshots of that too.


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16 March 2012 Sent I-751 package from Aviano AB, Italy.

29 March 2012 Received everything back...wrong fee. thought we didn't have to pay biometrics since we were sending fingerprint cards and passport photos.

30 March 2012 Sent everything out again from Aviano AB, Italy.

10 April 2012 Check cashed

17 April 2012 Received NOA1 dated 6 April.

06 Dec 2012 Received 10 yr green card. Letter said it was approved 28 November 2012.

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Great! Thanks again

ur very much welcome.. good luck to ur visa journey... :thumbs:


N-400:
May 9, 2017: N-400 packet was sent
May 15, 2017: NOA1 
June 05, 2017: Biometric Done
June 19, 2017: Case is in Line for an Interview
June 25, 2018: USCIS Scheduled an Interview
Aug. 02, 2018: Interview Date- APPROVED!
Aug. 09, 2018: Oath Ceremony

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I have a co-worker before who didn't have chat logs and phone bills to present in her interview, just emails and snail mails , they mostly look for copies of passport stamps, boarding passes, pictures of them together and receipts. She is now in the states and just gave birth recently

Don't worry you don't need to have everything as proof of evidence of relationship, it's how your fiancee answer the CO in the interview itself and of course the AOS which is the most important evidence to present.


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I have a co-worker before who didn't have chat logs and phone bills to present in her interview, just emails and snail mails , they mostly look for copies of passport stamps, boarding passes, pictures of them together and receipts. She is now in the states and just gave birth recently

Don't worry you don't need to have everything as proof of evidence of relationship, it's how your fiancee answer the CO in the interview itself and of course the AOS which is the most important evidence to present.

it is depend on the CO sis what evidence he will gonna ask on the interview.. if he didnt ask those secondary evidences then good, no harm if u bring all the evidences u have, there is a member here who denied bcoz lack of pix... what if the CO ask u.. do u have phone bills or chat logs..? and u don't have it... result: u will be deny hehehe... :star::P


N-400:
May 9, 2017: N-400 packet was sent
May 15, 2017: NOA1 
June 05, 2017: Biometric Done
June 19, 2017: Case is in Line for an Interview
June 25, 2018: USCIS Scheduled an Interview
Aug. 02, 2018: Interview Date- APPROVED!
Aug. 09, 2018: Oath Ceremony

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My Blog

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