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should include family pics or not? if dat makes thm ferl we are married?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India

hello everyone.... I am new to vj.

Can anyone please let me know is it ok to use family pics as an evidence? I doubt if that gives an impact that we are married.. Coz the fmly photos are important whn applying for K3 visa.

:-) Is it ok to just write country name at the back of photos?? Or write more then that?

and ya 1 thing more I think we will not be able to meet in prsnl before the interview. So what photos to show at that time? I thought why not to leave family pics for the interview.. I m bit confused..

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