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Evidence & Supporting Documents - do they check it?

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Just a quick question.... does anybody know...with all this evidence and supporting documents we include with the ROC, do the IO's actually check up on this info? (For example, if I include a bank statement or health insurance cards, do they call the bank or health insurance company to confirm that both names are on the account and to ensure the info is legit)....Or do they just look at the papers to make sure everything is in order with names and addresses etc and just basically make their decision from looking at the papers?

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Colombia
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the goverment can, can check any thing your credit yourjob your taxes,your bank,your record,i'm sure they check,and if something they dont like you get a rfe, for more evidence and don't get cough in a lie,they have ways of finding thing out,don't take chances,that they don't check your evidence, good luck,

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When deciding what to send, I always assume that they DO check everything.

That way, whether or not they do check, they won't find anything fraudulent in our case!


12-18-06 Began investigating K1 process<3

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01-10-08 K-1 PETITION SUBMITTED

07-18-08 INTERVIEW... APPROVED!!! (190 long days)

09-02-08 MARRIED <3

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04-07-09 AOS APPROVED (196 days)

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07-21-11 ROC APPROVED

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana
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Just a quick question.... does anybody know...with all this evidence and supporting documents we include with the ROC, do the IO's actually check up on this info? (For example, if I include a bank statement or health insurance cards, do they call the bank or health insurance company to confirm that both names are on the account and to ensure the info is legit)....Or do they just look at the papers to make sure everything is in order with names and addresses etc and just basically make their decision from looking at the papers?

Thanks!!

Good question. I always used to think about that too. I'm pretty sure they don't check on every single evidence they get. That will be countless number of hours on the phones/online with banks, court houses, hospitals accross the country. However if they have any reason to doubt the validity of an item sent as evidence, they can easily check it anytime. They have all our sensitive info so there's nothing beyond their reach at this point.

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