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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Ok, so I am pretty sure I have everything together now, but I thought I would double check to make absolutely certain I didn't miss any details. According to the K-1 Visa guide, I need my fiance to send me the three following things:

1) Passport photos

2) G-325a signed and dated

3) Fiance letter of intent to marry, also signed and dated

I am having her send me three copies of each item, as I believe the guide said to make three different packets of the same information, for what reason is not clear at the moment, but just to be safe, I'm getting multiple copies just the same.

We are finally about ready for her to print and mail everything to me, so that I can in turn file the I-129f packet and start my journey as well... ;) BEFORE I have to to mail those three things to me, is there anything else I should have her include that maybe I missed that I will need from her to include in the packet that will go to the USCIS?

I know there are several more things I need to put together on my end, but just wanted to double check that I only need the three items from her, so we don't end up having to spend more money mailing additional documents...

This forum has been LOTS of help and a big hats off to all of you for all your help thus far!!!! :D At first I was scared to try this on my own, but I think I am going to be able to manage it with the great help everybody here is... ;)

Thanks in advance for any and all feedback! :)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Chile
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She also needs to send you copies of any proof of having met in person in the past 2 years and an ongoing relationship that she has:

1. Copies of all airline boarding passes, train passes, itineraries, hotel receipts, passport stamps (make sure you can read the dates on the stamps), and other documentary evidence that you have met within the last two years. You may want to highlight or place post-it notes indicating the dates and locations on the copies (to make the adjudication easier) for the person reviewing your file. 2. Color Photo's of you and your fiance(e) together. Make sure you write your names, date, and location on the back of every photo. Provide two to five photo's. If you only have a single copy of the photo, then make a color copy and send that. If it is a digital photo, have it printed at a company such as kodakgallery.com. You can also make duplicates of photo's at your local photo store (Walgreeens, CVS, etc). Place photo's in a plastic bag or photo sheet and label the sheet. Note that you may not receive originals of photo's back. 3. The following items will not typically show proof of having met in the last two years however will show proof of an ongoing relationship: Copies of phone bills, cell phone bills, emails (you can edit personal info with a marker), letters (edit personal info also), stamps on the letters (to document the date they were sent), and other written documentary proof. Provide a reasonable amount; two to four of each type. Pick a range of dates up to and including the present. You can also include a copy of engagement ring receipt (this is something that is a big optional - do not worry if you do not have a ring yet!)

God bless

Patty ♥


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Chile
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Ok, I have all of the rest of that information here with me from my trip there, just was wanting to confirm that the three things I had listed were the only other things I needed from her before she sent the package to me.

ok :blush:

well yeah those three things are needed. I sent 2 of each to my fiance just in case :D

God bless

Patty ♥


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