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For NVC stage how do I upload evidence of continuing relationship? Passport stamps, text messages, photos w family and friends, etc.

 

I have seen screenshots from others and I recall seeing 'marriage certificate' 'police certificate' 'passport photos' etc but not a miscellaneous space for supporting evidence. 

 

I know this things can be taking to interview but they don't always look at it. My beneficiary is from a high fraud country. So I am concerned. 

 

I haven't received NOA2 yet, just thinking ahead. 

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9 minutes ago, thatguyuknow said:

I don't understand why people would do this. Stop trying to over complicate this process. Only give them what they're asking for.

 

If you want, stick all your other ####### in a folder and take it with you to your interview.

People do that when it comes to high fraud countries, it is a necessity, and generally the information that is provided to the CO before the interview is what they will determine the case on, 99.9% of all cases are in my book denied or approved before interview, and when asked to show more proof at interview in high fraud countries many are denied that opportunity. when I mailed my pack to NVC it weighed over 4 pounds.

 

@JC&BS I am almost positive there is a place to load all that however you need to be careful and only submit what you believe to be the most important as I believe CEAC limits how much you can upload. I didn't have to deal with that as my case was still a mail in case before it switched.

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1 hour ago, JC&BS said:

For NVC stage how do I upload evidence of continuing relationship? Passport stamps, text messages, photos w family and friends, etc.

 

I have seen screenshots from others and I recall seeing 'marriage certificate' 'police certificate' 'passport photos' etc but not a miscellaneous space for supporting evidence. 

 

I know this things can be taking to interview but they don't always look at it. My beneficiary is from a high fraud country. So I am concerned. 

 

I haven't received NOA2 yet, just thinking ahead. 

itinerary of trips to Ghana

 

you applied in June so u still have time to apply (with tax returns for his ITIN) go to IRS site for instructions / this shows commingling assests

add him to the 2018 tax returns by getting that ITIN

 

and the above is so true / u have to frontload but it needed to be done at time of application

these embassies do not look at the documents we bring to interview / they review the packet ahead 

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36 minutes ago, thatguyuknow said:

I don't understand why people would do this. Stop trying to over complicate this process. Only give them what they're asking for.

 

If you want, stick all your other ####### in a folder and take it with you to your interview.

you are not dealing with high fraud country

and none of the documents are looked at in interview from these embassies

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17 minutes ago, thatguyuknow said:

That's certainly not something to be impressed by.

 

They're asking you for specific documents at NVC, you should've submitted all your evidence with your petition.

hahahahaha

 

when you get first hand experience with high fraud countries please come back and tell us what you learned.

 

 

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I also petitioned for my spouse and kids  with  a lot of documents requested by USCIS prior to approval. However, when I was completing the NVC part. I did not include most anything outside what NVC requested . This is because, USCIS have all such documentation and to the best of my knowledge anything relevant that they requested as part of the petition copies would also be forwarded to NVC and if possible to the embassy. That's my personal thoughts.

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On ‎12‎/‎06‎/‎2018 at 7:26 AM, adil-rafa said:

itinerary of trips to Ghana

 

you applied in June so u still have time to apply (with tax returns for his ITIN) go to IRS site for instructions / this shows commingling assests

add him to the 2018 tax returns by getting that ITIN

 

and the above is so true / u have to frontload but it needed to be done at time of application

these embassies do not look at the documents we bring to interview / they review the packet ahead 

I plan on doing this as well since I'm almost certain my husband's interview will be some time after the fax filing deadline.

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On ‎12‎/‎06‎/‎2018 at 6:50 AM, thatguyuknow said:

I don't understand why people would do this. Stop trying to over complicate this process. Only give them what they're asking for.

 

If you want, stick all your other ####### in a folder and take it with you to your interview.

Submitting additional supporting evidence of a bonafide relationship is not "over complicating the process".

 

Why do you seem so angry in your response to the OP?

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