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129f Packet-What to include???

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Turkey
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Almost done with our 129f packet. My fiance and I talked a lot through Whatsapp, how much of our conversations should I print out and send.. we talk everyday over the last 9 months. I'm thinking just a few pages of each month? We also talk Viper and Skype, but no way to send those convos. Also, do you need to send the affadavit of support with the 129f packet or does my fiance just take that to his interview? Thanks for any help. Hope to be an October Filer!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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Se sent in a few screen shoots over the time we were apart, I've been told tho to focus more on getting stuff where you guys are actually together such as parsing passes, tickets hotel receipts and such :)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I sent in about a page a month of email / viber chat history. There is a way to export your message history.. However, I ended up having to go through hundreds of pages.. It was not fun! Screen capture may be easier.

Agreed with above, affidavit of support is not sent with the I-129F. It is brought to the interview. This is what we sent with our application:

  • Payment in the amount of $340.00 USD

  • I-129F

  • I-129F Supplement: Part 2, Question 34.a, explanation of meeting in person

  • Letter certifying intent to marry (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

  • Proof of having met in person in the past two years

  • G-325A and passport style photo (Petitioner)

  • G-325A and passport style photo (Beneficiary)

  • Copy of Birth certificates (Petitioner)

  • Proof of ongoing relationship (Boarding passes, photos, email/chat history, passport stamps)


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K-1 Visa Timeline

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04/21/2014: Submitted I-129F

05/29/2014: NOA2 via email

01/20/2015: Visa Received

03/15/2015: POE

04/01/2015: Married!! (L)

04/11/2015: Submitted AOS / EAD / AP

10/09/2015: Green Card Approved

07/20/2017: Submitted I-751 ROC

07/27/2017: NOA1 Received

10/14/2017: Biometrics Waived

10/27/2018: ROC Approved

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Turkey
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I sent in about a page a month of email / viber chat history. There is a way to export your message history.. However, I ended up having to go through hundreds of pages.. It was not fun! Screen capture may be easier.

Agreed with above, affidavit of support is not sent with the I-129F. It is brought to the interview. This is what we sent with our application:

  • Payment in the amount of $340.00 USD

  • I-129F

  • I-129F Supplement: Part 2, Question 34.a, explanation of meeting in person

  • Letter certifying intent to marry (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

  • Proof of having met in person in the past two years

  • G-325A and passport style photo (Petitioner)

  • G-325A and passport style photo (Beneficiary)

  • Copy of Birth certificates (Petitioner)

  • Proof of ongoing relationship (Boarding passes, photos, email/chat history, passport stamps)

Yes we have over 2,000 pages of whatsapp chats. I was thinking just need to send a few pages of each month. Has your fiance been through his interview? Are you guys almost done?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Yes we have over 2,000 pages of whatsapp chats. I was thinking just need to send a few pages of each month. Has your fiance been through his interview? Are you guys almost done?

When we downloaded our history, I knew it would be a lot, but it was amazing how much we write back and forth. We have written emails every day for over two years and I don't think we had a break from it.

My understanding is that you don't really need evidence of relationship for the I-129F, but some countries suggest front loading. I didn't know that when we applied, so we sent it. I figure it can't hurt, right? Our package was over 100 pages in the end, but we made a table of contents and used post-it note tabs to make it easy to review :)

I am actually the beneficiary. We have the packet 4 now and I am just waiting for interview dates to pop up in Dec/Jan. Hoping to move around March. I have to travel through the US in November, so I can't have my visa when I do that or they might make me activate it.

Waiting, waiting, waiting. Visas are true test in patience!!


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K-1 Visa Timeline

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04/21/2014: Submitted I-129F

05/29/2014: NOA2 via email

01/20/2015: Visa Received

03/15/2015: POE

04/01/2015: Married!! (L)

04/11/2015: Submitted AOS / EAD / AP

10/09/2015: Green Card Approved

07/20/2017: Submitted I-751 ROC

07/27/2017: NOA1 Received

10/14/2017: Biometrics Waived

10/27/2018: ROC Approved

 

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Some people put together pages upon pages, I put in a simple one full page statement on how we met, then how we spent time together with about 10 digital pictures printed off of my computer, all with location and date written on the bottom. copy of airline boarding passes and passport entry and exit stamps.

Besides that go here http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

Double and triple check spelling, signatures, date of signature.

Biggest mistakes I have heard of is no signature or date. missing divorce papers or such. Review the packet, set it down and come back a day later, chances are you will find a mistake. I did three times, a signature missing or signed date missing, Spelling.

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