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Hello VJers!

Long time follower, but first time really posting.

My fiance and I are just in the beginning stages of preparing paperwork. I`m just wondering how many itineraries I should include? We have 18 flight itineraries total (19 at the end of the month) and was wondering if including them all would be overkill. We also have some boarding passes, from 2 of my flights to California and one of his to Manitoba.

Thanks for the help!

Melissa.


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The best evidence for having meeting in person requirement are passport stamps. The itineraries don't prove much since they don't confirm that you were on the flight, same goes for boarding passes. You can include them all as evidence for your ongoing relationship, that you visit each other a lot. However, try to get find those passport stamps or other evidence that shows you were actually in the US, like an I-94 or something. Also, hotel receipts, photos of you together, call records/emails/chats, etc, to help prove your ongoing relationship and such.


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Include all the boarding passes. That is the MOST important information to include.

Include itineraries from those trips only.

Other ones don't actually prove you were together.

Having met up three times, is perfect.

Add some conversation snippets from each month, about 5 pictures, one or two from each trip +a couple extra.

Phone calls if you made any, skype screen shots.

Youll be all set.


The best evidence for having meeting in person requirement are passport stamps.

Lots of places don't stamp passports anymore.

Just an FYI.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
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I do have the entry stamps for the majority of my trips as well, except for the three that I flew from either Grand Forks/Fargo, since they don't stamp you when going across by land (from my experience anyway). I was planning on including all my entry stamps, plus his for his visits here.

Also have a cruise itinerary, but once again that doesn't prove we actually took it but I figure it will at least show that we do things together like vacationing.

Thanks for the advice! I know that the itineraries don't prove it, but didn't' know whether I should include them all or not.


08.10.2007- Started talking on IMDb
05.30.2009- Met in person
06.07.2014- Got engaged
K-1 Timeline
04.04.2015: I-129F Mailed
04.09.2015: Electronic NOA1 Received, sent to California Service Center
06.02.2015: NOA2!
06.05.2015 NOA2 Hardcopy
07.07.2015 Consulate Received
07.17.2015 Packet 3 received/submitted
07.17.2015 Packet 4 received
08.21.2015 Medical
08.25.2015 Interview-approved!
10.03.2015: POE ( Calgary International Airport)
11.13.15: Married my love <3

AOS Timeline

12.15.2015: I-485/I-765/I-131 and supporting documents mailed

12.22.2015: USCIS Received

12.24.2015: NOA Date (as found on I797's)

12.27.2015: NOA1 received by text email for all 3

01.02.2016: NOA1 received in mail

01.28.2016: Biometrics in Chula Vista

03.07.2016; Filed service request (Service request number not currently assigned for processing)

03.14.2016: EAD Update, New Card being Produced

03.19.2016: Received EAD/AP Combo Card

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If you have the stamps that's great, this helps prove the meeting in person part. Submit everything for all the trips both of you have taken to see each other.

It's good for them to see that you have visited each other so many times and that you have taken vacations and such together, it would help strengthen your entire case. Just make sure that you have everything orderly and paper clip similar proofs like itineraries together, and include a cover letter for what is included. Any trips where you weren't visiting each other, don't need to be included of course as suggested previously.


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I have all my boarding passes for when I went to visit him, but we are missing some of his when we met in Vegas for the first time, and when he went to Florida to care for his dad and I went to meet him afterwards. Never the less I wrote on all the airline confirmations that I printed where we were going and why, so I guess we will be ok.

My passport only has 2 stamps, they never used to stamp it until we got engaged and I said I was visiting my fiance. All of a sudden they 'worried'. My last CO was actually hilarious, making me look him the eye and promise I wouldn't do things illegally lol.

@mdcatelli From my understanding all they want is proof of us meeting in person. I'm sure a few of your flights would be enough.

Good luck and happy paperwork gathering, as fun as it can be!!


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Thank you all for the input! I think I'm going to go with all from the last 2 years (so 7), and contemplating including my first flight there. With entry stamps for most of them.


08.10.2007- Started talking on IMDb
05.30.2009- Met in person
06.07.2014- Got engaged
K-1 Timeline
04.04.2015: I-129F Mailed
04.09.2015: Electronic NOA1 Received, sent to California Service Center
06.02.2015: NOA2!
06.05.2015 NOA2 Hardcopy
07.07.2015 Consulate Received
07.17.2015 Packet 3 received/submitted
07.17.2015 Packet 4 received
08.21.2015 Medical
08.25.2015 Interview-approved!
10.03.2015: POE ( Calgary International Airport)
11.13.15: Married my love <3

AOS Timeline

12.15.2015: I-485/I-765/I-131 and supporting documents mailed

12.22.2015: USCIS Received

12.24.2015: NOA Date (as found on I797's)

12.27.2015: NOA1 received by text email for all 3

01.02.2016: NOA1 received in mail

01.28.2016: Biometrics in Chula Vista

03.07.2016; Filed service request (Service request number not currently assigned for processing)

03.14.2016: EAD Update, New Card being Produced

03.19.2016: Received EAD/AP Combo Card

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