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Hello,

I have a couple questions. I sent all the required information (i129f and other forms) to the proper folks in October. Since that time I have visited my love in China two more times, December 2010 and February 2011. Where can I send my additional travel receipts and such? Can I email or fax somewhere?

Also, when Lili has the interview in Shanghai will the interview be in English or Chinese? My love doesn't speak English that well yet....

Thanks in advance,

Matthew

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Hello,

I have a couple questions. I sent all the required information (i129f and other forms) to the proper folks in October. Since that time I have visited my love in China two more times, December 2010 and February 2011. Where can I send my additional travel receipts and such? Can I email or fax somewhere?

Also, when Lili has the interview in Shanghai will the interview be in English or Chinese? My love doesn't speak English that well yet....

Thanks in advance,

Matthew

I would think that you could send copies to her to take to her interview otherwise you risk getting them lost if you try to "add" to something you already submitted

also I am sure she can use a translator.. i know in pakistan they also have those altho my husband speaks fluent english so he wont need a translator

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You shouldn't send in the additional info, it won't get put together with your application. Take them to the interview if you need more proof of relationship.

I believe she will be asked what she would rather be interviewed in English or Chinese and they will interview accordingly. However, make sure that you make it clear that the two of you can communicate effectively (this is often a big red flag), either that you speak Chinese or she is going to English lessons, etc.


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You shouldn't send in the additional info, it won't get put together with your application. Take them to the interview if you need more proof of relationship.

I believe she will be asked what she would rather be interviewed in English or Chinese and they will interview accordingly. However, make sure that you make it clear that the two of you can communicate effectively (this is often a big red flag), either that you speak Chinese or she is going to English lessons, etc.

Thanks for the info...........

I would think that you could send copies to her to take to her interview otherwise you risk getting them lost if you try to "add" to something you already submitted

also I am sure she can use a translator.. i know in pakistan they also have those altho my husband speaks fluent english so he wont need a translator

Thank you.......

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You already sent in sufficient proof in your packet, so need to add that, just give it to her so that she can bring it to the interview :)


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Hello,

I have a couple questions. I sent all the required information (i129f and other forms) to the proper folks in October. Since that time I have visited my love in China two more times, December 2010 and February 2011. Where can I send my additional travel receipts and such? Can I email or fax somewhere?

Also, when Lili has the interview in Shanghai will the interview be in English or Chinese? My love doesn't speak English that well yet....

Thanks in advance,

Matthew

Yes, like other said, send any additional documents which you think will be helpful for her interview to Lili. Do not send any documents to NVC or Guangzhou Consulate unless they ask for.

For her speaking English, I think she can speak Chinese at interview. One thing is that she needs to demonstrate you two can communicate without a problem in a relationship. Can she read English well or you speak a little Chinese? You may need to think of it. Some interviewer reported that the visa officer asked them to read their letters.

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