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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China

If you take photos of the CC's in both of your names, it's still considered secondary evidence. You can try to do what this person did a few years ago if your bank will do it: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/368683-joint-credit-card-statement/

You don't have any life/health/auto insurance in both names? Or, lease/mortgage in both names? Joint bank account in both names? What about investments showing your spouse as the beneficiary? Best of luck!

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Authorized user will be secondary. I had my wife as authorized on Amex CC and it shows as authorized on statements. It doesn't hurt if you submit. What else are you going to submit? Joint bank accounts, Tax transcripts, Joint lease/rentals, Insurances, Joint utility bills are more solid.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India

Hi Dirk,

I just added my fiance as an authorized user on my Capital One card. When I called to add him, the customer service rep said that they would mail me a letter stating that he is an authorized user on my account. I plan to use this as evidence of bona fide relationship during the K1 interview. I haven't actually received the letter yet so not sure how it will look.


I am the Petitioner

Our Relationship

2013-04 - Fiance and I have first non-work related chat at work. The topic...Scotch!

2013-06 - We get better acquainted outside of work via Facebook.

2013-09-07- We're a couple!

2013-11-27- We meet in person for the first time! I travel to India and we spend 10 days together in Delhi.

2013-12 -2014-02- Sometime between December and February, we become engaged (positive now after in-person meeting luv.gif )

Our K-1 Journey

2014-02-18- I-129F mailed

2014-02-25- NOA1. Assigned to Texas Service Center.

2014-02-27- Alien registration number changed.

2014-08-12- UCSIS website updated.... RFE for more evidence of intent to marry (engagement photos, wedding announcements, deposits paid, etc). :wow:

2014-08-19- RFE response. Waiting to see what happens....

2014-09-08- I-129F APPROVED finally!!! :dance:

2014-09-12- Petition sent to NVC.

2014-09-17- 2nd trip to New Delhi

2014-12-09- Interview in New Delhi. PETITIONER ATTENDED THE INTERVIEW. Result- Approved!!!!

2015-03-20- POE Charlotte, NC

2015-03-25- Married!!!!!!!

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I recieved two letters from Chase bank and Citibank. I had to request a second copy because after 15 minutes I didn't make it clear enough what I needed from Citibank. I asked for length of authorization and names. I also included copies of the credit cards. I am sure that is enough.

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