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USC with a lost passport - no stamps and visas

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Hey everyone,

We are just starting the K1 process. I'm a USC marrying a Brit. We met while teaching abroad in Prague, CZ. We have both traveled together a lot and been to each other's home countries.

I'm gathering as much evidence as possible that we have met in person, but I lost my passport recently so I've been issued a replacement which is blank.

It obviously would've been helpful to scan those pages for all of the entry and exit stamps. He has his so we will scan his front to back, but will this be helpful enough? I'm considering making a note of it in the supplementary page-long answer to part B, question 18 (how did you meet?); just saying "please note: I lost my passport so I can't provide entry and exit stamps or visas". I'd like to avoid an RFE asking me to scan my passport front to back...

Additionally I have collected flight itineraries with both our names, bank statements to show me spending in the same location as him, gift receipts delivered to his home address, hotel reservations, bus itineraries with both of our names, and the document from our language school in Prague stating that we were sharing a student - which is how we met (we are English teachers). Having my mom write an affidavit as well.


Thanks for any help guys.

Edited by accidentalcharm

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