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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia

This thread in the IR-1/CR-1 forum had some users mention submiting affidavits from family and friends to support the evidence of relationship - see quotes below.

Posted 01 February 2011 - 08:52 PM Since the Aus consulate is not considered a high fraud consulate, I suspect you are OK. I do suggest you gather as much evidence as you can of your early communications - perhaps an affidavit from the friend might be helpful, if only to ease your mind


Posted 01 February 2011 - 11:49 PM Even though Sydney is an easy consulate compared to others you do need to make sure you have all your evidence of your relationship. The affidavit from friends is a really good idea.

So, after all that my question is, bearing in mind that was from the IR-1/CR-1 forum, does anyone here think these affidavits/declarations would have any effect at the consulate interview here in Sydney?

As I have had several relatives and friends of both the USC and myself offer to submit such documents for us... and we have only just recieved NOA1, so we have plenty of time on our side to organise them :)

Thanks for bearing with me on such a long winded opening LOL :thumbs:

Edited by Wayne-Rachel

Our story so far...

Jun 25, 2010 ------- It all started - 1st trip to Dayton, OH USA

Nov 16, 2011 ------- Engaged :) - 2nd trip to Dayton, OH USA

Nov 23, 2011 ------- Left each others arms :(

Jan 24, 2011 ------- I-129F Sent to TX Facility

Feb 01, 2011 ------- NOA1 E-Mail Recieved

Feb 04, 2011 ------- NOA1 Hard Copy Recieved

Mar 08, 2011 ------- NOA2 E-Mail Recieved

Mar 14, 2011 ------- Package arrived N.V.C

Mar 16, 2011 ------- Package departed N.V.C

Mar 18, 2011 ------- Arrived Sydney Consulate

Mar 22, 2011 ------- NOA3 E-Mail Recieved

Apr 18, 2011 ------- NOA4 E-Mail Recieved

May 17, 2011 ------- Interview for visa

May 17, 2011 ------- ** Visa Approved **

Jun 07, 2011 ------- Arrived back in USA

Jul 23, 2011 ------- Wedding day!!! :D

Aug 29, 2011 ------- AOS & EAD accepted at lock box facility

Oct 24, 2011 ------- AOS transferred to CSC

Nov 03, 2011 ------- EAD approved

Nov 12, 2011 ------- EAD Recieved

Nov 29, 2011 ------- Green-Card approved:D

Nov 29, 2011 ------- Green-Card recieved:D


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines

consulate comments are best posted in the consulate forum

moving thread to:

US Embassy and Consulate Discussion

This is the place to post your experiences or questions related to this last step before moving to the US. Topics relating to I-134's, packets sent from consulate and medical & police certificates should be posted here.


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