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Is 130 pages of Sype to many to send in I-129 Packet???

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Yes that is too much -- the adjudicator will not read all of that. You can send one conversation per week/month, beginning with the start of your relationship to the most recent. A sampling of the emails is fine. They have no time to read all of that.


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Way too much. You only want to prove you have an ongoing relationship. Do you think they would read 130 pages? Imagine if everyone submitted 130 pages, they would still be processing Jan of 08.


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He visited me (and my crazy family) : 2012-02-05 - 2012-02-17
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1 poage is too many. There is no need to provide ANY evidence of relationship, no advantage with doing so for the Russian consulate. You need only to send proof you have MET IN PERSON. Skype and emails are NOT meeting in person.

Save those for the interview. They serve no purpose at this point. NO, they will not "help". They also will not "hurt".

Way too much. You only want to prove you have an ongoing relationship. Do you think they would read 130 pages? Imagine if everyone submitted 130 pages, they would still be processing Jan of 08.

Where does anyone read in the directions you need proof of "ongoing relationship"?

FACT You can meet a person TODAY and file a petition for them LATER TODAY and get approved.


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Yes that is too much -- the adjudicator will not read all of that. You can send one conversation per week/month, beginning with the start of your relationship to the most recent. A sampling of the emails is fine. They have no time to read all of that.

Good advice for the interview. We attached THREE emails from each of us (out of more than 2000) for the interview. NONE for the petition.

Frontloading, as it is called, is of dubious value and only if you get denied at the consulate and they do not review the evidence presented at the time of the interview. This is not a problem with the Moscow consulate.


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I thought proving ongoing relationship was for the interview. I-129F is only to show proof of having met in person. at least that's what my understanding is. so you are front loading?

That was my understanding too.... Proof of having met only required for the application.... The proof of ongoing relationship required for the interview....


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consider the environment before printing 130 pages. thank you


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