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Hi all,

 

Just about gathered everything.

Created a Cover Letter

Filled out the form I-129f

Written x2 intent to marry

Gathered proof of meeting (about 10 of pictures of the two of us plus some receipts from things we did + plane ticket receipts)

 

Left to do:

Passport style photo's from both of us (I am waiting until everything is ready before I send to my fiancée as they need to be within x days)

Scanned copy of my fiancée's birth certificate or passport.

 

No divorces or name changes from either of us so nothing needed there.

My question's are - am I missing anything, what needs signing (the I-129f has one section to be signed by my fiancée, anything else, or anything from me)

also I believe we both need to sign our versions of the intent to marry (do we need both signatures on both) but is there anything else that needs signing - or dating or anything?

 

It's just that I've seen conflicting views on signing absolutely everything, etc.

Also do you not need to provide proof of relationship right away on this send off? I thought that would be a must, but apparently you only need this at the interview stage?

 

Apologies!

Thanks for the help!

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4 minutes ago, Jordancc said:

Hi all,

 

Just about gathered everything.

Created a Cover Letter

Filled out the form I-129f

Written x2 intent to marry

Gathered proof of meeting (about 10 of pictures of the two of us plus some receipts from things we did + plane ticket receipts)

 

Left to do:

Passport style photo's from both of us (I am waiting until everything is ready before I send to my fiancée as they need to be within x days)

Scanned copy of my fiancée's birth certificate or passport.

 

No divorces or name changes from either of us so nothing needed there.

My question's are - am I missing anything, what needs signing (the I-129f has one section to be signed by my fiancée, anything else, or anything from me)

also I believe we both need to sign our versions of the intent to marry (do we need both signatures on both) but is there anything else that needs signing - or dating or anything?

 

Apologies!

Thanks for the help!

The only signature that needs to be original is the one on the i129f.  Signatures on the Statement of Intent can be individually signed and scanned


YMMV

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1 hour ago, Jordancc said:

Also do you not need to provide proof of relationship right away on this send off? I thought that would be a must, but apparently you only need this at the interview stage?

You are interviewing in London and they will not want to see any proof of relationship at your interview. Positive of that. 

 The petition wants to see you have met. Your pictures, trips, and intent to marry also show you have a relationship. You don't  need screenshots of Facebook, Snapchat, or love messages back and forth. Maybe that is helpful for people in high fraud countries or who don't share the same language, but you aren't in that category. Keep it simple and uncluttered. 

 

Boarding passes are better than ticket receipts. It shows you actually went. Passport entry stamps show you entered each other's country. Use those.

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4 hours ago, Jordancc said:

Hi all,

 

Just about gathered everything.

Created a Cover Letter

Filled out the form I-129f

Written x2 intent to marry

Gathered proof of meeting (about 10 of pictures of the two of us plus some receipts from things we did + plane ticket receipts)

 

Left to do:

Passport style photo's from both of us (I am waiting until everything is ready before I send to my fiancée as they need to be within x days)

Scanned copy of my fiancée's birth certificate or passport.

 

No divorces or name changes from either of us so nothing needed there.

My question's are - am I missing anything, what needs signing (the I-129f has one section to be signed by my fiancée, anything else, or anything from me)

also I believe we both need to sign our versions of the intent to marry (do we need both signatures on both) but is there anything else that needs signing - or dating or anything?

 

It's just that I've seen conflicting views on signing absolutely everything, etc.

Also do you not need to provide proof of relationship right away on this send off? I thought that would be a must, but apparently you only need this at the interview stage?

 

Apologies!

Thanks for the help!

Follow the P3 letter and for England that is all you have to provide is what is outlined in that document.

 

P3 instructions for the UK

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M92AwztXRnkFw6xwUF0ZlntJ6D4-eK2E/view?usp=sharing

 

Embassy Page

https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee-2/required-documents/

https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee-2/medical-examination/

 

There are a lot of great blokes over in the UK thread that can help answer questions.

London sub-forum here on VJ

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/99-united-kingdom/


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