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I have a friend who went to spousal visa interview in Ghana today and she was asked, among others, to SPECIFICALLY bring call records (before her interview today) from her U.S. citizen husband in the U.S. but unfortunately (1) her husband is a prepaid customer and (2) he only uses calling cards to call his wife in Ghana. The embassy SPECIFICALLY stated in a form they gave her that they won't accept calling cards. They did not ask her to bring her MTN call records from Ghana that can show the calls between them before her interview today though. Since there is no way her husband can get his call records in the U.S. because of (1) and (2) above, I suggested to her to do what I am planning on doing for my K-1 fiance and that is to still go and request her MTN call records and then get her husband to write a notarized statement saying that he is a prepaid customer and that his network provider doesn't give monthly statements or call records to prepaid customers and then she can use her MTN call records instead. (I am a T-mobile "Monthly 4G prepaid" customer and I called T-mobile and they said they don't give call records to "Monthly 4G prepaid" customers and I requested a letter saying that I am a prepaid customer and that they don't give call records to "Monthly 4G prepaid" customers and they still refused). What do you guys think or do anyone has some ideas. Thanks.

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I have a friend who went to spousal visa interview in Ghana today and she was asked, among others, to SPECIFICALLY bring call records (before her interview today) from her U.S. citizen husband in the U.S. but unfortunately (1) her husband is a prepaid customer and (2) he only uses calling cards to call his wife in Ghana. The embassy SPECIFICALLY stated in a form they gave her that they won't accept calling cards. They did not ask her to bring her MTN call records from Ghana that can show the calls between them before her interview today though. Since there is no way her husband can get his call records in the U.S. because of (1) and (2) above, I suggested to her to do what I am planning on doing for my K-1 fiance and that is to still go and request her MTN call records and then get her husband to write a notarized statement saying that he is a prepaid customer and that his network provider doesn't give monthly statements or call records to prepaid customers and then she can use her MTN call records instead. (I am a T-mobile "Monthly 4G prepaid" customer and I called T-mobile and they said they don't give call records to "Monthly 4G prepaid" customers and I requested a letter saying that I am a prepaid customer and that they don't give call records to "Monthly 4G prepaid" customers and they still refused). What do you guys think or do anyone has some ideas. Thanks.

Well someone just published how to get MTN call records for Ghana and you can get in 2 to 3 days. I would tell her to do that immediately. Having a notarized document saying you don't have the information, I don't see how that will satisfy the consulate that wants to see do you call and how often and how long. But they also may want to see other calls made by phone. I have seen this happen where it wasn't even about the couple but calls made to others they wanted to see.

You need to get those call records on one side or the other. And I would say going forward until your interview use a calling card that has a phone log. Like a western Union calling card you can print off monthly all your calls and it tells everything time, duration, number called on the company letter head. There are many calling cards for Africa, use them now to save yourself trouble later.


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