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Hello, my fiancé and I are starting to fill out the steps for our K1 Visa. We know there's a lot to gather, my fiancé being the petitioner, although I was the one who made most of the trips, the thing is, I only have one boarding pass, I didnt think id need those through the years as we've been together for almost 4 years. And my passport doesnt have any stamps, as im from Canada and would travel to the US. But I have all the email receipts and itineraries of my flights and hotels. And also pictures, we don't really have any physical ones, but we have a lot of pictures of us together, we were wondering if it was ok to just print them like out of a regular printer, does that count? Also last question, where can we find the Immigration fees that we'll have to send in the package.

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Catherine

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I submitted printouts and it was it was approved. Do the photos have the date on them? If not put the date (month/date/year) underneath the photo. Are you wearing different outfits? It helps to show you did not take all the photos at the same time. I only had one trip and took lots of photos but you only need to show a few, not all of them. My fiance has been approved! He is waiting for his visa. He will be here soon. Yeah!!!

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I submitted printouts and it was it was approved. Do the photos have the date on them? If not put the date (month/date/year) underneath the photo. Are you wearing different outfits? It helps to show you did not take all the photos at the same time. I only had one trip and took lots of photos but you only need to show a few, not all of them. My fiance has been approved! He is waiting for his visa. He will be here soon. Yeah!!!

Awesome, thank you for the info! And yes, there's several different pictures of us as we used to see each other every 6 months, even my hair color is different is a lot of them haha! And congradulations!

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it sounds like you have lots of evidence. The pictures of the two of you together are probably the most important but the other items such as boarding pass, email receipts from airlines, hotel receipts, any gifts you bought each other. If I re,ember correctly I didn't have too many boarding passes either.

Which consulate will you be going through ?? Click on my timeline as I have a very long detailed write up on my experience at the Vancouver Consulate but it was 10 years ago so I imagine things have changed.

Good luck !!


K-1 VISA
08-05-06 - Married in Sycamore IL


AOS / EAD
08-24-06 - AOS/EAD mail to Chicago (Day 1)

11-06-06 - GC & Welcome Letter arrive in Mail (Day 75)

I-751
09-23-08 - Sent Package via USPS (Day 1)
01-02-09 - Received GC in mail (with wrong Resident Since date) (Day 101)

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