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Living in Beneficiary's Country while Waiting

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Hi everyone,

I am planning on going to my fiance's country in a couple months to stay with him while we wait for approval/denial. My NOA2 will come to my parent's address and my father is our co-sponsor, so I am not worried about those issues. I am worried about the documentation needed at the interview (proof of an ongoing relationship). I can print out emails and Skype calls for the time before I go to his country, but I am not sure what kind of information to get while I am in his country. I plan to give him my passport to take to the interview with him. Is my entry stamp enough evidence? I am worried that we will have a 2-month gap with no proof/documentation.

Any input/advice will be very helpful.

Thank you!


Oct. 19, 2010: Sent I-129F packet

Oct. 25, 2010: NOA1

Nov. 05, 2010: Touched

Mar. 01, 2011: Went to Malaysia to be with my fiancé

Mar. 30, 2011: NOA2!

Apr. 08, 2011: Case left NVC

Apr. 12, 2011: Case received by embassy in KL

Apr. 19, 2011: Received Packet 3

May 04, 2011: Received Packet 4

May 06, 2011: Medical examination

May 26, 2011: Interview

RESULT: Administrative Processing

Jun. 18, 2011: Visa received

POE: June 27 @ San Francisco, CA

Married: July 20, 2011

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the stamps for the date you enter iran till you leave ( assuming you'll be there for his interview.) should be enough in your case,considering you cant put an unmarried couples name on the insurance or rent deed or anything else.

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You may want to check into proof of domicile if you are going to live there all the way to the interview...


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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Thank you. I'll be in Malaysia but since I'll be on a social visit pass, I cannot rent anything or have a bank account anyway.

And thanks, by proof of domicile do you mean in the US or Malaysia? If you mean the US, I'll make sure to bring copies of my bank statements and phone bill, since I am keeping my US line active while I am away. :)


Oct. 19, 2010: Sent I-129F packet

Oct. 25, 2010: NOA1

Nov. 05, 2010: Touched

Mar. 01, 2011: Went to Malaysia to be with my fiancé

Mar. 30, 2011: NOA2!

Apr. 08, 2011: Case left NVC

Apr. 12, 2011: Case received by embassy in KL

Apr. 19, 2011: Received Packet 3

May 04, 2011: Received Packet 4

May 06, 2011: Medical examination

May 26, 2011: Interview

RESULT: Administrative Processing

Jun. 18, 2011: Visa received

POE: June 27 @ San Francisco, CA

Married: July 20, 2011

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