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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Lebanon
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Hi everyone i have this question and looking for some answers

i read in some post that the whole i-130 package will go to NVC then forwarded to the embassy for the interview, we all know the process is long so lot of things might happen during

my question is will the CO only look at the files he have from when I-130 was sent ? because my wife and I after sending the I-130 and got approved and we are at NVC now, we have met 4 extra times, 3 in my country with family and friends and one trip to Turkey were we had vacation there together and sure we have photos for all the trips, will the CO ask for more evidences or look at it or they will just look at files at I-130 stage?


The immigration process caused me PTSD.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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The person doing the interview may ask for additional evidences but thats only if they feel your particular case needs more proof of a geniune relationship. Make sure you have some photos and flight itineraries passport stamps and all that good stuff from your recent visits together just in case they ask

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Lebanon
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The person doing the interview may ask for additional evidences but thats only if they feel your particular case needs more proof of a geniune relationship. Make sure you have some photos and flight itineraries passport stamps and all that good stuff from your recent visits together just in case they ask

i am the beneficiary attending the interview when ready, do i ask my wife to scan for me her passport stamps from each trip and scan each boarding passes and tickets or ask her to mail me originals? i do have all photos and other hotel reservations and others..


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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i am the beneficiary attending the interview when ready, do i ask my wife to scan for me her passport stamps from each trip and scan each boarding passes and tickets or ask her to mail me originals? i do have all photos and other hotel reservations and others..

well they always say to be overly prepared when its interview time cause some officers can be a pain but most are usually nice and understanding as long as they have no reason to believe anything is suspicious. They really like to see passport stamps cause it physically shows a person was in that country on a particular date. The boarding passes and itineraries are just bonuses technically they prove nothing but it helps ur case and may provide a little piece of mind for the officer if u have them. They also like photos of the couples together with a date stamp on the picture. Those are solid pieces of evidences. But dont worry its not that big a deal if u dont have those im sure u will be fine its a good chance they wont even ask about recent trips. But yes if i were i would have her email the itineray to u and mail the orginal boarding passes to you if she still has them. And then scan the passport stamps for each visit. That may be over kill but i like to have as much as possible when it comes to one person deciding the fate of my future. Hotel reservations will be great also.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Lebanon
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well they always say to be overly prepared when its interview time cause some officers can be a pain but most are usually nice and understanding as long as they have no reason to believe anything is suspicious. They really like to see passport stamps cause it physically shows a person was in that country on a particular date. The boarding passes and itineraries are just bonuses technically they prove nothing but it helps ur case and may provide a little piece of mind for the officer if u have them. They also like photos of the couples together with a date stamp on the picture. Those are solid pieces of evidences. But dont worry its not that big a deal if u dont have those im sure u will be fine its a good chance they wont even ask about recent trips. But yes if i were i would have her email the itineray to u and mail the orginal boarding passes to you if she still has them. And then scan the passport stamps for each visit. That may be over kill but i like to have as much as possible when it comes to one person deciding the fate of my future. Hotel reservations will be great also.

ya definitely


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