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ok so i received letters from my fiance and we have chat logs and skype logs where we just curse each other out and just talk crazy,, its how we love each other,, and the she have a signature where she have my last name different signture from her real signature on the applications, do i need to blackout all those or just leave it as it is....


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ok so i received letters from my fiance and we have chat logs and skype logs where we just curse each other out and just talk crazy,, its how we love each other,, and the she have a signature where she have my last name different signture from her real signature on the applications, do i need to blackout all those or just leave it as it is....

Don't you have any other chat messages where you didn't curse each other out? i know there is no way you will be cursing each other every time you chat all the months or years you spent together, so you might want to choose another devoid of curses all through from the hundreds if not thousands of messages you both have shared since you have been together

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You might need to explain how you mean by ''signature different from her real signature'' how do you mean?

ok her real signature is just her first name thats it, now on her letters to me she added my last name were it looks like we are married signature, she is using my last name on her signature.


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ok her real signature is just her first name thats it, now on her letters to me she added my last name were it looks like we are married signature, she is using my last name on her signature.

I think it's better for her to stick with her original signature which contains her name only.

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You can censor 'mark out personal' information. All the cutesy stuff is secondary, what your trying to establish is the bona fides!

What you need to do is collect online correspondences that shows a 'timeline' of the relationship.


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ok her real signature is just her first name thats it, now on her letters to me she added my last name were it looks like we are married signature, she is using my last name on her signature.

You cannot black out her name from letters, it will look really suspicious so you need to exclude any letters that say this otherwise they could assume you're actually married and deny your visa to make you apply for a spousal visa.

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Si, man. Send nothing that's blacked out and CERTAINLY nothing that would indicate that you may be married. Select examples of correspondence that YOU want them to see.


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ok so i received letters from my fiance and we have chat logs and skype logs where we just curse each other out and just talk crazy,, its how we love each other,, and the she have a signature where she have my last name different signture from her real signature on the applications, do i need to blackout all those or just leave it as it is....

Don't you have any that aren't like that? We submitted 3 emails each. THREE. We also submitted an email log that showed the date, time and "subject" of the emails (more than 2000) but not the text. No skype at all, we did not use it. No chat logs, we did not use it. We used email and phone calls. No questions asked at our interview. They did not even look at the email evidence at all.

I never read this to underatnd that you need to present ALL evidence of every communication you ever had. I showed that commuication existed between us throughout the period of our engagement, NOT what the communication consisted of of what each conversation was.


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I read a post here once. The couple blackened some things out, and their visa was not issued on the day of the interview. Officer requested originals of the letters without any editions before he could approver. It's better to pick emails and conversations where no editing is needed. That's for one. Second thing that you really need to take care about - never-ever-ever give a reason to think that you two are married. If you choose to submit those emails with your fianceé's "not real" signature, she needs to be well prepared to explain herself to the officer. If I were in such position, I would certainly start collecting evidence that you are NOT married indeed or better yet, I would leave those letters of the package I am getting ready for the interview.  


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ok her real signature is just her first name thats it, now on her letters to me she added my last name were it looks like we are married signature, she is using my last name on her signature.

That's not good.....you're supposed to not be married yet. Pretending to be married might be construed that you are and the visa may be denied.

This is serious stuff and you both should conduct yourselves accordingly.


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Yeah, I wouldn't submit conversations/letters in which you need to black material out: it makes you look like you have something to hide. The only things I censored in the documents I sent were confidential financial details such as credit card numbers, bank account numbers, and phone account PINs.


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Jul. 2-9, 2011: I visited again

Dec. 24, 2011- Jan. 9, 2012: I visited again (engaged 1/7/12)

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