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How about cards, letters? Any type of phone bills? If you used a calling card, do they offer call log reports?

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I'm working on Packet 3.

For proof of relationship, I only have my passport stamps and pics of us together. I don;t have bus or air tickets. No chat logs. No phone logs.

Will the pics be enough? Anything I'm forgetting?

Back when I went through this my wife showed them copies of my passports with probably 100 entry/exit stamps into and out of Thailand and 3 or 4 photos of us together. They said not good enough. They said that I only meant I lived in Thailand, not that I lived with my wife. They wanted pictures of us together.

Point being back in 2009 they seemed to care about photos more than anything else. There was a real jerk-off working at the embassy at that time. He was giving everyone a hard time back then. He's no longer there. Probably best to look at some of the recent consulate reviews to see what they have been asking for. You can find them here:


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Well, I guess at the end of the day this is all we have. If they ask for more evidence, I guess we will deal with it then.

I've got good photos of the two of us at landmarks and with her daughter, mother, brother, etc. I hope it's enough. I just don;t want to screw the pooch at this point.

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I'm not sure how hard Thailand is. Maybe asking over in the country specific forums, you can get a better grasp of people's experience.

How many pictures do you have? How long does it span over? etc etc.

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This might be of some reassurance, but in Mongolia, at least, they accept receipts or other evidence of buying calling cards. I think even if you hear that calling cards don't count, you should use whatever calling card records you have, since the fact that you have regular communication is key.

Personally, I submitted Google Voice records, and so far it seems that they are acceptable.

What would Xenu do?

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