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Hello Everyone,

Someone told me about this forum helpful for all the individuals who are giong to file petition for spouse to bring him/her to US. Im very happy after joining this greatful forum.

My fiance is US citizen she is about to start filing petition in TX. She is not doing any job as she is of 22 now but yes she is doing business from last year but her income was not as much as required by the Authorities to file a petition. Co-sponsor is the option but i heard that with case with co-sponsor gets weak is this right ?

My second question is that my fiance visited pakistan couple of months ago. we got engaged but we didnt get pictures together on enagagement ceremony as this is not in our culture. but we have the video and pics of the ceremony with the families. Afterwards, she and me got pictures with our families in room together. My question is when this proof of photos are needed ?

Any suggestion and recommendations as we are going to start this process .



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A co-sponsor should be ok in your situation, especially if your fiancee is a recent college graduate and thus as good career prospects.

If it is not customary in your culture to take engagement photos, then the COs will know this. You state you have other photos of the two of you together, and photos with your families, and that is really the important thing. You can include a few (say, a printed page with 4-6 phoots) in the petition, but should bring most of the photos to your interview, many months away as of yet

Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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