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Hi everyone! Maybe this is a silly question...My fiancé has e-mailed me some photos of his parents and brothers when they're younger, also photos of him in the present time and I've printed them out on photo paper. Do you think it would be fine if I brought them for interview or would be unnecessary?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
Timeline

Hi everyone! Maybe this is a silly question...My fiancé has e-mailed me some photos of his parents and brothers when they're younger, also photos of him in the present time and I've printed them out on photo paper. Do you think it would be fine if I brought them for interview or would be unnecessary?

Maybe if they were pictures of you and his family together or vice versa... My fiance is going to visit my family a few days before he comes to Mexico in June and he's gonna take pictures of himself with them.


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