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Hello VJ community, so in preparing the pettion we've hit a road block. My fiancée and I are trying to prove that we've met in person. I have tons of pictures and passport stamps. She has all of her boarding passes but every time she has visited me, not once have they stamped her passport. What is the proper protocol here? Should I still send them her boarding passes or not because we don't have he stamps to go with? 



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if she visited you in the us you can get her electronic i94 which h will be just as good. otherwise include the boarding passes and credit card statements to show you were there during that time.


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You should be fine with the dated boarding passes.  


We sent 3 of my fiance's bus boarding passes from Vancouver Canada to Seattle, WA without any passport stamps.  We also sent 2 airlines boarding passes with both our names on it.  With those boarding passes, we also sent pictures of us together next to landmarks of those places we visited.  For example, we sent pictures of us together at the Seattle Space Needle, Honolulu's Waikki Beach, and San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.

We had no requests for evidence and got our NOA2 77 days after we received our NOA1.  

Good luck! 

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