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v  Payment in the amount of $535.00.

v   I-129F

v  Letter Certifying Intent to Marry (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

v  Proof of having met in person in the past two years

§  I-129F Supplement: Part 2, Question 53-54, explanation of meeting in person.

§  Pictures from vacation

§  Stamped passport, itinerary, and receipts.

v  Proof of ongoing relationship

§  Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp recorded conversation and video calls from 2018-2019

§  Money Transfer Receipt for Support

v  Passport style photo (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

v  U.S. Citizen Naturalization Certificate (Petitioner)

v  Certificate of No Marriage (Beneficiary)

v  Birth Certificate (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

 

 

I'm sending my 129F in less than a week. does it look good?

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7 minutes ago, mark_canlas18 said:

v  Payment in the amount of $535.00.

v   I-129F

v  Letter Certifying Intent to Marry (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

v  Proof of having met in person in the past two years

§  I-129F Supplement: Part 2, Question 53-54, explanation of meeting in person.

§  Pictures from vacation

§  Stamped passport, itinerary, and receipts.

v  Proof of ongoing relationship

§  Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp recorded conversation and video calls from 2018-2019

§  Money Transfer Receipt for Support

v  Passport style photo (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

v  U.S. Citizen Naturalization Certificate (Petitioner)

v  Certificate of No Marriage (Beneficiary)

v  Birth Certificate (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

 

 

I'm sending my 129F in less than a week. does it look good?

Forget the proof of ongoing relationship 

Forget the fb et al

Forget the money transfers 

Forget the CENOMAR 

Forget the bc of the beneficiary 

 

All that stuff above is shown to the embassy 


YMMV

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49 minutes ago, mark_canlas18 said:

v  Payment in the amount of $535.00.

v   I-129F

v  Letter Certifying Intent to Marry (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

v  Proof of having met in person in the past two years

§  I-129F Supplement: Part 2, Question 53-54, explanation of meeting in person.

§  Pictures from vacation

§  Stamped passport, itinerary, and receipts.

v  Proof of ongoing relationship

§  Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp recorded conversation and video calls from 2018-2019

§  Money Transfer Receipt for Support

v  Passport style photo (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

v  U.S. Citizen Naturalization Certificate (Petitioner)

v  Certificate of No Marriage (Beneficiary)

v  Birth Certificate (Petitioner and Beneficiary)

 

 

I'm sending my 129F in less than a week. does it look good?

I would go with what @payxibka said because they have the most recent experience. Also check out the Philippines subforum as well if you want. 

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32 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Forget the proof of ongoing relationship 

Forget the fb et al

Forget the money transfers 

Forget the CENOMAR 

Forget the bc of the beneficiary 

 

All that stuff above is shown to the embassy 

 

Would it really be a good idea to show the money transfer receipt to the CO?  Wouldn't that raise suspicion of fraud on the part of the beneficiary?  Unless the couple has children together and the money is for child support?

 

Not judging.  Just wondering if showing evidence of financial support is really a positive for K1 visa application.

 

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1 minute ago, Ate said:

 

Would it really be a good idea to show the money transfer receipt to the CO?  Wouldn't that raise suspicion of fraud on the part of the beneficiary?  Unless the couple has children together and the money is for child support?

 

Not judging.  Just wondering if showing evidence of financial support is really a positive for K1 visa application.

 

I think the money transfers are not important and I  would concentrate on more important evidence.   My fiancee wanted to provide transfer evidence because we built a house on her family compound and I couldn't talk her out of it 


YMMV

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3 minutes ago, payxibka said:

I think the money transfers are not important and I  would concentrate on more important evidence.   My fiancee wanted to provide transfer evidence because we built a house on her family compound and I couldn't talk her out of it 

 

Thanks payxibka.  I agree it's better to concentrate on stronger evidence.

 

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