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Hi everyone,

I read a lot about add pictures with family or not. A lot people say helps a lot. I was living in USA for 11 months at that point we didn't think in visas and nothing. So we didn't save a lot things as an evidence. My fiancé has 3 kids, i have pictures with them, and one with my fiance, his son and me. However my fiancé has contact with my parents (they talk by Whatsapp) but he didn't come yet to Spain, so we don't have pictures with my family and friends. I am not sure if the pictures with his kids are important in our case, because i was my fiancé Au pair at the begining. It is how we met, and started our relation. He is planing to come to Spain in Spring Break for a few days. He is not sure, he need to plan it good. We want to apply in February, but we are not sure if we should wait for our meet in Spain, and submit afer that.

We travelled together in New years. We went to Toronto. So we have evidences for 1 year. 

 

Should we put all together in a folder? I will do a copy of our tickets and boarding pass.  Is it the Spain consulate easy? 

 

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Just now, CinBr said:

Hi everyone,

I read a lot about add pictures with family or not. A lot people say helps a lot. I was living in USA for 11 months at that point we didn't think in visas and nothing. So we didn't save a lot things as an evidence. My fiancé has 3 kids, i have pictures with them, and one with my fiance, his son and me. However my fiancé has contact with my parents (they talk by Whatsapp) but he didn't come yet to Spain, so we don't have pictures with my family and friends. I am not sure if the pictures with his kids are important in our case, because i was my fiancé Au pair at the begining. It is how we met, and started our relation. He is planing to come to Spain in Spring Break for a few days. He is not sure, he need to plan it good. We want to apply in February, but we are not sure if we should wait for our meet in Spain, and submit afer that.

We travelled together in New years. We went to Toronto. So we have evidences for 1 year. 

 

Should we put all together in a folder? I will do a copy of our tickets and boarding pass.  Is it the Spain consulate easy? 

 

We added about 7 pictures to our K1 case 1,5 years ago, 4 or 5 with just the 2 of us and the other ones with friends. We got approved without RFE. Spain is not a high fraud country, so that's in you advance. We got some pics while our case was pending with his family, my family and some friends and I brought those to the interview (along with plain tickets, passport stamps etc) The officer wanted to see the new pictures and approved my visa. 
As long as you send some pics, some plain tickets, hotel bookings (if available), maybe a sworn explanation from your old host family that your relationship is real you usually should be good to get through the first part. Just keep collecting more evidence to take to your interview.

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11 minutes ago, C90 said:

We added about 7 pictures to our K1 case 1,5 years ago, 4 or 5 with just the 2 of us and the other ones with friends. We got approved without RFE. Spain is not a high fraud country, so that's in you advance. We got some pics while our case was pending with his family, my family and some friends and I brought those to the interview (along with plain tickets, passport stamps etc) The officer wanted to see the new pictures and approved my visa. 
As long as you send some pics, some plain tickets, hotel bookings (if available), maybe a sworn explanation from your old host family that your relationship is real you usually should be good to get through the first part. Just keep collecting more evidence to take to your interview.

Yes, we have Airbnb tickets, a ring ticket, a lot pictures. We have one with his friend in USA. He was my host family. Our story was as a movie haha. So for this reason i said i have a lot pictures with his kids.

You are so helpful. Thanks so much. 

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Photos are only secondary evidence, so you don’t need to go overboard. We only had a few photos with his family and not mine. We’ll be bringing photos with my family in our photo album to the interview should they want to view them (unlikely). The most important thing at this stage is to prove you have seen each other at least once in the 2 year period before filing. Your boarding passes, passport stamps, luggage tags, etc are the most important here.


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K1 Timeline

07/23/2018    I-129F sent

07/25/2018    NOA1 email notification

07/30/2018    NOA1 hard copy

12/21/2018    NOA2 hard copy

01/10/2019    NVC Case # assigned

01/22/2019    Left NVC

01/29/2019    Embassy received

01/29/2019    Pkt 3 sent

02/01/2019    Pkt 4 received

02/13/2019    Medical

03/26/2019    Interview

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