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Hi everyone.. I dont have any phone bills listing my calls to Brazil, I have always used a calling card. Its a little late for obtaining service that records calls since we are at NOA2 and would be pointless.. My question is, what evidence is a good substitute? I have envelopes with dates on them, letters, and emails all the way back to 2002. Plus I have about 300 photographs, so could she just take some of her photo albums and if she does, will they start swiping pictures from it? Has anyone NOT used phone records?

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I'm planning on using my phone records that sow the 1-800 number and include a stack of the phone cards that show the number matching my phone records.


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Hi everyone.. I dont have any phone bills listing my calls to Brazil, I have always used a calling card. Its a little late for obtaining service that records calls since we are at NOA2 and would be pointless.. My question is, what evidence is a good substitute? I have envelopes with dates on them, letters, and emails all the way back to 2002. Plus I have about 300 photographs, so could she just take some of her photo albums and if she does, will they start swiping pictures from it? Has anyone NOT used phone records?

A few ideas for you as I have just now finished compiling the packet for my fiance's interview. I included a section of "proof of relationship" that consists of copies of phone bills with his number highlighted, online chat copies, emails, copies of my credit card statements with charges relating to trips to see him highlighted (and my account number blacked out), copies of engagement cards (can't hurt), copies of other receipts from my trips there including airline itineraries, a small photo album with about 35 photos over the past 2 1/2 years (I chose the ugly ones so if they actually did want to keep them, they could, but I highly doubt they would), copies of western union receipts to show money I had sent with the dates highlighted and that's all I can think of.

If you cannot get phone record detail, it's not the end of the world. But you may want to include some of the other items I mentioned.

Good luck!

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Hi everyone.. I dont have any phone bills listing my calls to Brazil, I have always used a calling card. Its a little late for obtaining service that records calls since we are at NOA2 and would be pointless.. My question is, what evidence is a good substitute? I have envelopes with dates on them, letters, and emails all the way back to 2002. Plus I have about 300 photographs, so could she just take some of her photo albums and if she does, will they start swiping pictures from it? Has anyone NOT used phone records?

A few ideas for you as I have just now finished compiling the packet for my fiance's interview. I included a section of "proof of relationship" that consists of copies of phone bills with his number highlighted, online chat copies, emails, copies of my credit card statements with charges relating to trips to see him highlighted (and my account number blacked out), copies of engagement cards (can't hurt), copies of other receipts from my trips there including airline itineraries, a small photo album with about 35 photos over the past 2 1/2 years (I chose the ugly ones so if they actually did want to keep them, they could, but I highly doubt they would), copies of western union receipts to show money I had sent with the dates highlighted and that's all I can think of.

If you cannot get phone record detail, it's not the end of the world. But you may want to include some of the other items I mentioned.

Good luck!

Thanks for your answers, everyone.. I'll try to see if I can get a history of the calls I made but I highly doubt I'll be able to. I use a rechargable card and when you call the help line, the teleprompter doesnt give any options relating to call history.

Do you guys think that if I take alot of photo albums, Stamped envelopes with letters enclosed, emails and itineraries, that I should be good? Im especially interested in anyone who went through the Brazilian consulate.

I do have one bit of evidence thats pretty good, we were randomly interviewed in sao paulo back in 2003, for an article on relationships and love and our picture was put in a magazine with a quote from my fiancee underneith it. I hate the picture though, I look horrible since I was sick with the flu that week lol..

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I don't know about the other girls who've had their interviews in the past weeks in Rio, but I was only asked to show pictures of my fiance and I together. Check the reviews and see if you can find more info on that. I had Skype logs, many e-mails, his plane tickets and visa stamps and cell phone bills showing text messages from his cell phone to mine (my phone bills didn't show any from me to him).

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I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

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