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Hi,

 

My fiancé and I have just started the K1 process. We have filled out the I-29f and I have a question about the evidence we have met in person. We have been together for almost four years and have many flights that have been booked in that time period, as well as evidence of working at the same summer camp in the US where we met.

 

I don’t have any of my tickets from my flights (whoops) but I do have the confirmations and passport stamps, as does my fiancé. Should we submit all ticket information, as well passport stamps? What about photos? Or is it very baseline, as long as you’ve met within 2 years everything is good to go?

 

Thank you

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25 minutes ago, JuliaMary said:

Hi,

 

My fiancé and I have just started the K1 process. We have filled out the I-29f and I have a question about the evidence we have met in person. We have been together for almost four years and have many flights that have been booked in that time period, as well as evidence of working at the same summer camp in the US where we met.

 

I don’t have any of my tickets from my flights (whoops) but I do have the confirmations and passport stamps, as does my fiancé. Should we submit all ticket information, as well passport stamps? What about photos? Or is it very baseline, as long as you’ve met within 2 years everything is good to go?

 

Thank you

At this point, they need to see that you have met within 2 years. Boarding passes, passport stamps are solid evidence, pictures are okay too. Facebook/Instagram posts that show the date when they were posted are fine as well, but I would include something more “official” ( passport stamps, boarding passses). 

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Passport stamps are the best primary evidence, and boarding passes.  Pics are okay, but best if they are date stamped.  Best of luck!   Btw, you should fill in your timeline here on VJ in order to receive the most relevant advice.  

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On 1/16/2019 at 11:01 PM, JuliaMary said:

Hi,

 

My fiancé and I have just started the K1 process. We have filled out the I-29f and I have a question about the evidence we have met in person. We have been together for almost four years and have many flights that have been booked in that time period, as well as evidence of working at the same summer camp in the US where we met.

 

I don’t have any of my tickets from my flights (whoops) but I do have the confirmations and passport stamps, as does my fiancé. Should we submit all ticket information, as well passport stamps? What about photos? Or is it very baseline, as long as you’ve met within 2 years everything is good to go?

 

Thank you

Hey, 

I just started my process, also. We didn't have any boarding passes. We met in the US, so we decided to use our pictures. We started wedding planning last year, but decided to postpone for this reason, so I added our previous planning info. 


**La Historia (Our History)**

Started dating- 8 April 2016 ❤️

Engaged- 30 July 2017 💍

I-294F Mailed- 27 January 2019 🙏

I-294F Delivered via USPS- 30 January 2019 😊
NOA1 Text- 04 February 2019 (dated for 30 January) ☺️

 

 

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