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My fiance lives in a rural area with no street addresses. Everyone in the town picks up mail at the post office, there is no other way to get mail. No DHL or Fed Ex. How will be then be able to receive his packet?

Also, our emails are all in spanish. Do I need to translate them when I send them as part of the evidence? Please advise. Thanks so much.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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She should know what process to use to receive mail - you didn't post any details as to her country of residence (and city etc.) - do so and someone can tell you how. You do not have to have anything translated for the K1 as long as the documents are in English or in the language of the country - again you have not completed your timeline and signature to indicate which country your fiance is from. Do so and you will get very good specific help from people that have gone through the same thing from the same country and maybe the same city also. Good Luck


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Then the post office will be the mailing address. The address required at the top of the form is what is exactly entered into the system as the mailing address. Im sure there are others on here that have experienced the same circumstances. Have you tried posting in the regional forums as to what one would put where it asks to list addresses of residences?

Are you asking about translation of emails to be submitted at service center stage or interview stage? I would concentrate on providing strong evidence of having met in the past 2 years which is a requirement of the I-129F petition for a fiance.

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Filed: Country: United Kingdom
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Anything that is going to USCIS must be in English (ie include translation).

Anything that is going to the Consulate (visa application stuff) can typically be in English OR the local language.

Things like birth certificates that will be used for other purposes in the US should be translated at some point.

Rural mail delivery was not an issue for us. Our mailing address was the post office in the village, our residence address was sort of vague at best---no street names or numbers.


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