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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Morocco
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Hello

I have just receved my I-130 receipt and now I'm ready to send off the I-129f I really dont know what to send to them in the way of proving my marriage to my husband, besides my marriage certificate. Do I send photos of our wedding and some of our emails and conversations at this point or is this reserved for my husband's interview. I'm most confused at this point :help: I don't want to give overkill here. Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

NeeSee and Fouad

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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All you need to include with the K3 is your marriage certificate. You do not need to supply pictures as proof of your relationship. Here's a checklist of what you need to send with the K3

Required Supporting Documents for the I-129F Petition

From the U.S. Citizen:

• A Clear Copy of the I-130 I-797 Filing Receipt

• Copy of Birth Certificate for U.S. Citizen.

• Copy of Marriage Certificate:

• Copy of Complete Final Divorce Decree from all Previous Marriages - U.S. Citizen.

• 2 USCIS color photographs of U.S. Citizen.

• Cover Letter to USCIS - I-129F Petition

From the Foreign National Spouse:

• Copy of Birth Certificate for Foreign National Spouse.

• Copy of Complete Final Divorce Decree from all Previous Marriages - Foreign National Spouse.

• 2 USCIS color photographs of Foreign National Spouse.

Edited by amarceau

Angela

***I751***

01/06/2009 - Mailed I-751 with Fee (Day 1)

01/09/2009 - Check Cashed (Day 3)

01/15/2009 - NOA received (Day 9)

02/05/2009 - Biometrics Appointment (Day 30)

06/10/2009 - Approval!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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You do not need to send photos etc.

Amarceau -- I have never seen the requirement of the birth certificate of the foreign spouse, where did you find this? It just made me really nervous b/c I just filed my I-129F on Monday!

All you need to include with the K3 is your marriage certificate. You do not need to supply pictures as proof of your relationship. Here's a checklist of what you need to send with the K3

Required Supporting Documents for the I-129F Petition

From the U.S. Citizen:

• A Clear Copy of the I-130 I-797 Filing Receipt

• Copy of Birth Certificate for U.S. Citizen.

• Copy of Marriage Certificate:

• Copy of Complete Final Divorce Decree from all Previous Marriages - U.S. Citizen.

• 2 USCIS color photographs of U.S. Citizen.

• Cover Letter to USCIS - I-129F Petition

From the Foreign National Spouse:

• Copy of Birth Certificate for Foreign National Spouse.

• Copy of Complete Final Divorce Decree from all Previous Marriages - Foreign National Spouse.

• 2 USCIS color photographs of Foreign National Spouse.


Sandy

Michael's I-130:

NOA1: 5-10-2006----updated w/ citizenship: 9-25-06----had to call back 10/25, touch 10/26

12/06/06 - Approved!- - - 12/08/06 - Touch---01/25/07 - Touch

I130 at NVC

12/14/06 - case number assigned

12/25/06 - DS3032 & AOS Fee Bill Mailed (phone system updated 12/27)

12/27/06 - emailed choice of agent; 12/29/06 - received email from NVC confirming choice of agent!

01/01/07 - NVC generated IV Fee Bill (postmarked 1/17 though!)

01/03/07 - returned AoS Fee Bill via Priority Mail (James' shortcut)

01/15/07 - NVC generated AOS package

01/22/07 - received IV Fee Bill - overnighted back to NVC same day

01/27/07 - recieved I864 package; 01/29/07 - overnighted I864 to NVC

01/29/07 - DS230 generated (phone system not updated, email response 2/5/07)

02/05/07 - mailed DS-230 to NVC via express mail

02/20/07 - CASE COMPLETE!!

04/18/07 - INTERVIEW!!!! - APPROVED!!!!

Michael's K-3:

09/28/06 - NOA1

1/25/07 - approved ...NOA2 via snail mail - 1/29/07

03/16/07 - chose not to return packet 3 to Montreal

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