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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cuba

I first posted this elsewhere but have been told I should have posted it to this forum instead.

Hi. Thank you so much for this forum, it has been very helpful so far. As I gather my information together I am worried initially about this. When I traveled to Cuba from the U.S., I had a license to do so and have kept those licenses. But, I did not keep any airline tickets. There are no hotel receipts. I stayed in a "casa particular".

My fiance is working on getting a copy of us signing into that casa. Of course it will all be in Spanish.

I also have emails from the travel agent showing flight times, etc. I have found ONE boarding pass stub, Havana to Cancun from Cubana Airlines, but that's it. It does match the ending date on the license and one of the passport stamps in Mexico (which is almost readable) But no tickets, no passport stamps, nothing from the list in the example on this website. Am I going to run into trouble? Any help is definitely appreciated. Hope I have finally posted this to the right place.

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