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Wedding albums.

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Hi All,

This is specifically for India.

I wanted to know if we have to carry those big big wedding photograph albums or we have to select some important photos and make a smaller album.

Thanks in advance.


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I have studied some reviews of our Indians that no need to carry big albums....we can just take some photographs are enough....

I think this would help u....


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29th January 2012:marriage
9th April 2012: i130 sent.
17th April 2012: NOA1 received...
13th December 2012:NOA2 received......
08th January 2013: Case number assigned by NVC
08th January 2013: paid AOS and IV bills.
28th January 2013: Sent AOS and IV packages to NVC..
20th February 2013: NVC sent checklist about our PCC ....
25th February 2013: We responded to checklist.
26th February 2013:Case completed....
4rth April 2013: Interview date...
Interview result: Approved

06th June 2013 : Reached USA

29th june 2013: Received conditional greencard...

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22 nd September: Approved for Permanent Residence Card.

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I say just take it, why take a chance!

You'll be selecting the photos anyway, as you can't hand them a big book through the opening. You could maybe hold it up so they can see through the glass.


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