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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I am just making sure I filled out my 129-f properly:

First off, I am the USC and living abroad with my fiance in Canada, I go to school and work here. Should I use my address in Canada or the address that I used to live at in the states? This is my mother's address and where both my fiance and I would intend to live for a little once we return home.

Second, my fiance has been to the US twice so far so I checked the yes box for question #11 "has your fiance ver been in the US?" but I am confused on what to put for #12, he is currently NOT in the US so what would I put for the arrival/departure record?

Now for proof of having met in the past 2 years ... we have been living in the same town since september 2009 and together since may 2010 ... we have our lease agreement with both our signatures on it, but other than pictures that is about it. we have only driven across the border and our passports were NEVER stamped by either country :( ... i thought about maybe going to the mall or somewhere and both buying something at the same store within minutes of each other and sending those reciepts? i'm not really sure what to do here...any comments, advice or input is greatly appreciated! thanks :)


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Scotland
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I am just making sure I filled out my 129-f properly:

First off, I am the USC and living abroad with my fiance in Canada, I go to school and work here. Should I use my address in Canada or the address that I used to live at in the states? This is my mother's address and where both my fiance and I would intend to live for a little once we return home.

Second, my fiance has been to the US twice so far so I checked the yes box for question #11 "has your fiance ver been in the US?" but I am confused on what to put for #12, he is currently NOT in the US so what would I put for the arrival/departure record?

Now for proof of having met in the past 2 years ... we have been living in the same town since september 2009 and together since may 2010 ... we have our lease agreement with both our signatures on it, but other than pictures that is about it. we have only driven across the border and our passports were NEVER stamped by either country :( ... i thought about maybe going to the mall or somewhere and both buying something at the same store within minutes of each other and sending those reciepts? i'm not really sure what to do here...any comments, advice or input is greatly appreciated! thanks :)

Hello!

My husband and I (then fiance) also lived together in my country. For the evidence of meeting we supplied our council tax bill and lease agreement and a few pictures and a copy of his degree certificate from the local University and a copy of his UK visa (He is the USC). The evidence we sent was to corroborate Q18 of the I-129F form. We didn't have any passport stamps as we never left the country together. I think you'll be fine with a lease agreement and perhaps evidence of your fiances stay in Canada.

Someone else can help you with what to write in Arrivals/Departure. Have you checked here?http://www.visajourney.com/examples/Form-I-129F.pdf

When you file the I-129F, I think you'd have toput your US address. (Someone can verify or correct me on this)

Good luck with everything!

Helen


05-2010 I-129F application received by USCIS.

05-2010 NOA1 received.

07-2010 NOA2 received.

07-2010 Packet 3 received.

08-2010 Packet 3 returned.

09-2010 Medical in London.

10-2010 Interview at US Embassy in London: Approved.

10-2010 POE Newark, NJ.

11-2010 Married in Vermont.

03-2011 Notice of acceptance of AOS packet.

03-2011 Biometrics appointment in St Albans.

03-2010 Case transfered to California Service Centre.

04-2011 I-485 Approved.

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