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Hello!

I am visiting my fiancée in Egypt right now and will be traveling back to the U.S. next week and wanted to know if there was any paper work I should get from my fiancée now before I leave?

Any information or insight would be much appreciated!

Thank you! :)


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http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

See this guide, see what paperwork your fiancé needs to do herself

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It depends on what stage in the process you are in for us to give you an accurate answer. Filling in your timeline would be helpful and would assist us in helping you out. :)

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Hello!

I am visiting my fiancée in Egypt right now and will be traveling back to the U.S. next week and wanted to know if there was any paper work I should get from my fiancée now before I leave?

Any information or insight would be much appreciated!

Thank you! :)

you need to take back with you 2 papers :

1) form G-325a for him signed and dated and a passport-type photo for him

2) letter of intent to marry ,signed and dated

and of course all boarding pass,receipts,pics ...etc

make sure you read this : http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

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We are just in the beginning stages of applying we have not done anything yet so once I go back to the US, I will begin the process.

So before I go back, I should get from my fiancee,

1.) G-325a form, signed and dated

2.) Letter of intent to marry, signed and dated

3. ) Passport type photo of my fiancee

Is this all I should get from my fiancee before I leave?


Christy

"Be patient, what was written for you was written by the greatest of writers"

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We are just in the beginning stages of applying we have not done anything yet so once I go back to the US, I will begin the process.

So before I go back, I should get from my fiancee,

1.) G-325a form, signed and dated

2.) Letter of intent to marry, signed and dated

3. ) Passport type photo of my fiancee

Is this all I should get from my fiancee before I leave?

Yes


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