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amanda23

i-129f chances for being denied and worried?

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Im worried about being denied becuase they just want to... or becuase they dont think it's a boneified realtionship. i sent them pictures from each visit. some recipets of places we spent money, bus tickets ect. the thing is we talk on skype not on phone or by email. we have just started sending each other letters and stuff. i also send them the passport stamps and stuff. but thats just proof we met... do you think that was enough? im tryign to make this short and simple. just know i sent loads of otehr stuff. but as far as proof of on going i sent the pictures and a few recipts in the I-129f. we also met three times in the past year and spent a total of 6 weeks together total. so i put three visits in the I-129f. i was hoping that for the inetrview ill send him my letters he sent me and try and get face book posts and skype convo's. im not worried about not qualifying for the other stuff just this. i already sent him home with the exact copy of the I-129 packet. with originals too.

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Seems like you have a real relationship and have sent plenty. Really no need to send letters in todays day and age. Nobody does that anymore. Stop worrying and relax.


OUR K-1 JOURNEYMET ONLINE 2011MET IN BELARUS 2012SHE SAID YES!! 2012NOA1 06/22/2012WENT TO GREECE TOGETHER 08/01/2012VISITED HER IN BELARUS 11/07/2012NOA2 VIA EMAIL 12/05/2012EMBASSY INTERVIEW 02/13/2013VISA ISSUED 02/14/2013ARRIVED IN THE U.S. 02/26/2013MARRIED 03/16/2013AOS,EAD,AP FIled 04/02/2013NOA1 04/10/2013Biometrics completed 05/07/2013EAD card sent for production 06/13/2013EAD/AP card arrived in mail. 06/21/2013AOS approved 10/21/2013Green card arrived via mail 10/31/2013Removal of conditions mailed 08/04/2015 10 year card approved 06/08/2016 <p>

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They don't deny because they want to. The process is not capricious.

You don't have a country filled out. Putting the country will help people help you with consulate-specific information.


AOS for my husband
8/17/10: INTERVIEW DAY (day 123) APPROVED!!

ROC:
5/23/12: Sent out package
2/06/13: APPROVED!

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Sending too many pictures can be harmful; pick ONE meeting within the last teo years and send that evidence. You do not get extra credit for more.


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

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Sending too many pictures can be harmful; pick ONE meeting within the last teo years and send that evidence. You do not get extra credit for more.

i was not looking for extra credit. i was scared one visit wouldn't be enough and i put pictures for each visit to show we did meet then too. and i don't no why it would be harmfull.. iv seen so many people say on this it's better to have more then enough then not enough... sent them three photo's for each visit.

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