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Proof of Domicile K1 visa

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Filed: Country: Turkey
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Hey everyone. My fiance had his interview on September 7th. They told him "You're accepted but your fiance has to go home and send you proof of domicile, then you send it to us and we will give you your visa immediately." The problem is, I am 18 years old and don't have a huge amount of proof. I don't pay any bills because I live with my mom. These are the only things I can show at the moment. If anyone can think of anything else, please let me know. I am back in the US now since the guy said I have to prove I came back home and have ties to the US.

Copy of my passport showing I entered the US yesterday.

Copy of California ID

Mail that has come to my house, including a voters registration form that was sent to me.

A paper showing me and my mom have been renting a storage unit together for the past couple years

Emails showing I have applied for jobs online.

Phone account information showing me and my grandma have a phone plan together.

Bank statement with my current address on it.


02/24/16 -- I-129F sent to Lewisville, TX

02/26/16 -- Arrived at Lewisville, TX

03/02/16 -- NOA1 Email and Text. Sent to CSC

06/01/16 -- I-129F RFE

06/13/16 -- RFE Reply

06/20/16 -- I-129F NOA2

07/15/16 -- NVC Received

07/19/16 -- Case number assigned

07/20/16 -- NVC Left

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Filed: Country: Turkey
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They are only suspicious because I have lived in Turkey with my fiance for almost 10 months. I was only living there for so long so we wouldn't have to separate during the visa process. And yes of course I can get my mom to do that :) I hope it will help. Do you know if there is any sort of document I can get from city hall showing my name and the address I live at? They want clear proof that the address I gave them, is actually where i live in the US


02/24/16 -- I-129F sent to Lewisville, TX

02/26/16 -- Arrived at Lewisville, TX

03/02/16 -- NOA1 Email and Text. Sent to CSC

06/01/16 -- I-129F RFE

06/13/16 -- RFE Reply

06/20/16 -- I-129F NOA2

07/15/16 -- NVC Received

07/19/16 -- Case number assigned

07/20/16 -- NVC Left

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Iran
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The other thought I had was maybe if you are registered to vote that also shows your residence there as well. But really at this point any mail you get that shows your address and maybe if you filed income tax, listed your residence for school attendance and official government documents mailed to your house and so on maybe?

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