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Contemporary evidence of relationship, with a particular focus on plans together upon arriving in the U.S. Not sure what information they are wanting to be submitted after everything. If anyone has seen this before please assist. Thanks

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Contemporary evidence of relationship, with a particular focus on plans together upon arriving in the U.S. Not sure what information they are wanting to be submitted after everything. If anyone has seen this before please assist. Thanks

If you are quoting exactly what they want; it means they want very current evidence of a relationship: boarding passes, hotel registrations, itineraries and anything that a 3rd party can atest to being together. Perhaps the evidence submitted is dated; perhaps you are giving evidence of a single visit and they are saying they need a 2nd or 3rd visit. If there are some specific ceremonies of engagement in your culture then some documentation of that, pics, etc.

Focus on plans upon arrival: marriage plans specific to dates, living arrangements/plans (where, with whom), perhaps school attendance for fiance/fiancee on arrival, work/job plans

Key word here is "evidence", meaning, not just your narrative of what would happen, but documentation that arrangements have been defined or even completed. A lot depends on what you submitted already. If you can provide that, others here will be able to give best advice; especially the one that had same process in your country.

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If you are quoting exactly what they want; it means they want very current evidence of a relationship: boarding passes, hotel registrations, itineraries and anything that a 3rd party can atest to being together. Perhaps the evidence submitted is dated; perhaps you are giving evidence of a single visit and they are saying they need a 2nd or 3rd visit. If there are some specific ceremonies of engagement in your culture then some documentation of that, pics, etc.

Focus on plans upon arrival: marriage plans specific to dates, living arrangements/plans (where, with whom), perhaps school attendance for fiance/fiancee on arrival, work/job plans

Key word here is "evidence", meaning, not just your narrative of what would happen, but documentation that arrangements have been defined or even completed. A lot depends on what you submitted already. If you can provide that, others here will be able to give best advice; especially the one that had same process in your country.

Just realize you are in the IR1; in that case, upon arrival of your spouse; what has been planned/arranged; job/work, school, living. As before, not just your narrative but actual documentation. It might mean for example that you would need to move to a 2 bedroom apartment or home if spouse comes with child; how about a possible school, college to acquire some job skills -if applicable. As before, you need to provide more info here so best advice can be given

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