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No Date On Digital Photos, NO PROBLEM!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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When I needed to print the photos of the two of us being together, I took them on a USB stick to Walgreens so that they would be a little better quality than if I did them on my home printer. I used the "do it yourself" photo printer they have, and found that it has the ability to put the date the picture was taken on the front of the photo. I am assuming that it is just as valid as if the camera did it, I know, but it looks really good and I think it should be just as acceptable. Maybe most of you knew this, but I din't. Anyway it is better than not having a date stamp at all.

Joe J.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Honestly they do not care about date stamps on the photos. You can change the date on your camera to whatever date you want and make up photos for any year. They don't use date stamps as any kind of evidence.


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Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

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Date stamp? Lol...This doesn't matter as proof!!


USCIS

05/29/2011: Married

08/12/2011: Sent I-130 packet.

08/15/2011: NOA1, Priority Date

02/22/2012: NOA2 - Approved

02/25/2012: NOA2 - Received hard copy in mail

NVC

03/06/2012: NVC received

03/07/2012: NVC Case Number, BIN & IIN Assigned

03/08/2012: DS3032 sent by email (auto response received immediately)

03/13/2012: Re-send DS3032 by email (auto response received immediately)

03/13/2012: Received (2)Email with DS-3032 Kit and AOS Bill instructions

03/14/2012: AOS bill appears as PAID

03/16/2012: Mailed AOS package (I-864)USPS EXPRESS

03/16/2012: DS-3032 Accepted Via Beneficiary Email (Took 8 DAYS from 1st Email)

03/20/2012: IV bill invoiced & paid $404.00

03/21/2012: IV bill Payment reflecting PAID / AOS checklist received

03/30/2012: IV package DS-230 sent via USPS Priority

04/02/2012: IV package Delivered @ 11:55 am w/signature

04/12/2012: Re-Sent DS-230 Part 1 W/Photocopy of receipt from Hong Kong Police Via USPS EXPRESS

04/13/2012: DS-230 Part 1 package Delivered to NVC ATTN:DR @11:52am

04/17/2012: CASE COMPLETE (41 Days @NVC)

04/22/2012: Request Expedite

04/24/2012: Expedite Approved!(2days)

04/25/2012: Case sent to U.S. Consulate General in HONG KONG

Medical / US Consulate / POE:

04/30/2012: U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong received

05/16/2012: Interview Scheduled May 22, 2012

05/22/2012: Interview APPROVED!!!!!!

05/26/2012: Visa in Hand (9 months 11 days from NOA1)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Dates are not required. There was no date on the ONE phot I sent with the petition and nothing written on the back either but the two people looked JUST LIKE the ones in the passport photos we sent. :yes:

Dates on photos can be changed anyway and are not evidence, photos are secondary evidence themselves

No worries.


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Gary And Alla

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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While I agree it's odd because it's so easy to manipulate date stamps I actually got an RFE and it listed "film-dated photographs" as secondary evidence. ####### film-dated in the digital age? FILM??? But it came straight from USCIS...


Service Center: California Service Center

Consulate: Montreal, Canada

9/19/11: I-129F Sent

9/22/11: I-129F NOA1

2/8/12: I-129F RFE

3/5/12: I-129F RFE Reply Sent

(RFE details can be found here: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/365210-rfe-primary-vs-secondary-evidence-feed-back-please/)

3/14/12: I-129F NOA2 (Approved!)

3/20/12: NVC Received Petition

3/29/12: Petition Left NVC

4/19/12: Consulate Received Petition

4/30/12: Packet 3 Notification Received by Petitioner in US

5/11/12: Packet 3 Received by Beneficiary in Canada

5/28/12: Packet 3 Returned via DHL

6/5/12: Packet 3 Received by Consulate, said they'd emailed Packet 4 (haven't received)

8/2/12: Consulate Interview at Montreal

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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While I agree it's odd because it's so easy to manipulate date stamps I actually got an RFE and it listed "film-dated photographs" as secondary evidence. ####### film-dated in the digital age? FILM??? But it came straight from USCIS...

The RFE's suggest types of evidence you can submit, paricularly when more than one tem can meet the requirement, they are not required per se. Film dated photos cannot be altered by a camera program. no one uses them anymore so it is a moot point.


VERMONT! I Reject Your Reality...and Substitute My Own!

Gary And Alla

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