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How do you print out Sype Conversations???????

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Copy messages on Skype and paste it in WordPad you can print it from there.

That's what I did and I didn't have any problems. They didn't ask me anything that was in my 'proof of relationship' file. Don't stress too much about that, I'm sure you will be fine - I had copies of Matt's passport stamps, emails with our flight reservations from our trips, cards from/to him, from his parents, emails, receipts he had from the flowers he sent when I was away, facebook wall, messages and about 120 pictures. I don't know if the embassy in Moscow is tough on K-1ers, but if the relationship is strong and you have the evidence to prove it, you will be fine. Good luck!


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May 25, 2010 - NOA 2
June 6, 2011 - NVC received our petition
June 7, 2011 - case number assigned, petition sent to US consulate in Bucharest
June 27, 2011 - interview - approved
June 30, 2011 - POE Boston
August 14, 2011 - married

AOS journey
September 30, 2011 - filled for AOS and EAD
October 4, 2011 - NOA1
October 26, 2011 - Biometrics
October 26, 2011 - Case moved to CSC
November 23, 2011 -Email from USCIS - card production
November 28, 2011 - Email from USCIS - I485 approved!!!
November 29, 2011 - Welcome letter in the mail
December 5, 2011 - Green card in the mail - date issued 11/16/2011

Lifting Conditions

September 17, 2013 - Sent application

September 20, 2013 - NOA1

October 11, 2013 - Case moved to CSC

October 18, 2013 - Biometrics

January 3, 2014 - Approved

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You may capture both your Skype conversation and "video" chat, paste it in word, and print them.

The Skype converstation hisrtory may show how long you have been communicating with each other.

The "video" chat may show the screen names you both use with corresponding "pictures."


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We have more than 500 pages of Skype correspondence and by the time of mine interview (hopefully around October - November 2012) I am sure that we will have more than 1000 pages

So what I am going to do is copy and paste all of the correspondence in Word and format it into 5 or 6 columns this way the number of the pages will be less and I will print it on both sides. I will also include snapshots of video calls. We also use Viber daily and I will make a few snapshots from my ipad and copy and paste it in Word. Formatting the correspondence in columns will decrease the number of pages.


21/03/2012 - sent 129F to Dallas Lockbox
25/03/2012 - I129F recieved
26/03/2012 - NOA1
24/09/2012 - NOA2 text message
02/10/2012 - NVC left case sent to Bulgaria ;o)
15/10/2012 - Packet 3 recieved
27/10/2012 - Medical exam
29/10/2012 - Interview - APPROVED
25/11/2012 - POE Miami
01/02/2013 - married

AOS
02/01/2013 - AOS sent
02/12/2013 - NOA1 text and email
02/16/2013 - recieved biometrics appointment letter
02/26/2013 - biometrics appointment

08/29/2013 - received notice of potential interview waiver case

10/23/2013 - Interview approved ;o)

11/01/2013 - green card received

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Hi,

I had my interview yesterday and got approved :)

The interviewer was not interested is looking at my evidence he just questioned me to understand how well do I know my man :)Luckly we have been togethe for almost 5 yr and we have also lived together so all went well.

I copy pasted my Skype chat on word and printed it , 200 pages ;)

Thanks

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Nobody is interested in looking at hundreds or thousands of skype conversations. Don't waste your time.

We brought to the interview 5 or 6 pages of e-mail, copies of phone bills showing calls, and a collection of greeting cards and letters which they did look at (the cards, not the e-mails). Easy interview for us.


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