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hey everyone ,

me and my husband are currently filing for the I130 and i have heard that we should put a copy of his passport stamp for arrival and departure for when he came to visit me and getting married but my husband doesnt have his passport in hand right now and it will be very difficult to get those copies at the moment . please anybody already sent the packet is it necessary and would it be a problem not to incluse it as we have many other evidence to prove a bona fide marriage . thanks

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8 minutes ago, zahra33 said:

hey everyone ,

me and my husband are currently filing for the I130 and i have heard that we should put a copy of his passport stamp for arrival and departure for when he came to visit me and getting married but my husband doesnt have his passport in hand right now and it will be very difficult to get those copies at the moment . please anybody already sent the packet is it necessary and would it be a problem not to incluse it as we have many other evidence to prove a bona fide marriage . thanks

that should not be a problem. you can send it at the NVC OR the interview stage.

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2 minutes ago, zahra33 said:

could you please explain what you mean and what does your reply have to do with my question

I’m an organizer on this forum and I moved your question to the correct forum. Questions about how to complete the paperwork, what to send, how to do this or that should be posted in “process and procedures”. “Progress reports” is for discussions on how long the process takes. 


 

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, JFH said:

I’m an organizer on this forum and I moved your question to the correct forum. Questions about how to complete the paperwork, what to send, how to do this or that should be posted in “process and procedures”. “Progress reports” is for discussions on how long the process takes. 

oh ok thank you im still new to ths website so i don't really understand how it works

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36 minutes ago, zahra33 said:

he is currently working in another state and heft his passport at home

Given the importance of this particular endeavor, I would suggest he make whatever arrangements he needs to make to get copies of those pages into your package before he files it.  Evidence of time spent together is most important.  Unless he has the boarding passes for the same trip or trips, he would be wise to make the necessary arrangements.


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28 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Given the importance of this particular endeavor, I would suggest he make whatever arrangements he needs to make to get copies of those pages into your package before he files it.  Evidence of time spent together is most important.  Unless he has the boarding passes for the same trip or trips, he would be wise to make the necessary arrangements.

yes i agree but don't you think the photos and the honeymoon and the affidavit letters and the potos confirm that ?

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40 minutes ago, zahra33 said:

yes i agree but don't you think the photos and the honeymoon and the affidavit letters and the potos confirm that ?

No.  They are not "primary evidence".  Affidavits are useless or worse.  Throw those out.


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2 hours ago, zahra33 said:

yes i agree but don't you think the photos and the honeymoon and the affidavit letters and the potos confirm that ?

The affidavit letters aren't strong evidence because if someone didn't approve you would just not submit a letter from them. So of course anyone who writes one is biased. I think it's good his family went to Morocco for the wedding.  If you are seeing each other again soon you may want to consider waiting before filing. We got married our 4th visit to strengthen our CR1 petition and my husband interview was relatively easy. I agree though passport stamps are good to include.. .isn't there a friend or family member who can copy and scan them to him?

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The checklist in this guide has a pretty good list.....You might find it useful: https://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide1


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