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Hello,

 

I would like to know how much evidence some of you provided with the K-1 application as far as chatting and communications go between you and the beneficiary.   I have TONS of logged conversations,  if i printed everything it would be 10K pages.

 

Thank you,


Senad

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I did a screenshot of conversations. I did pick and choose between ones that talked about our future or ones where we were being sweet/funny. But I focus on dates! Creating a timeline of how long we communicated with each other. I certainly didn't print out all of our chat logs. It would be a mile long lol!  

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06/26/18  -  I-129F sent to CSC

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03/07/19  -  Interview Date (221g given for "Proof of Relationship")

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11 minutes ago, Senad and Anna said:

Hello,

 

I would like to know how much evidence some of you provided with the K-1 application as far as chatting and communications go between you and the beneficiary.   I have TONS of logged conversations,  if i printed everything it would be 10K pages.

 

Thank you,


Senad

We didn't provide any chat logs, since it's in no way proof of meeting in the last 2 years.

 

We filed in 2017, included 7 pics of us together/with friends/with family, the plane tickets/hotel bookings of when we visited each other and the passport stamps of visiting each other/our travels together through Europe. No RFE and visa got approved in 2018. The only 'extra' evidence the IO wanted to see at the interview were pics from after filing, and that was mostly cause I was basically waving them in the IO's face lol.

 

If you include way to much evidence, the chances are that they'll throw out important documents (cause I read that they will throw out stuff they don't need like 10k pages of chat logs lol) what can lead to RF(I)E's, so better not to overload, especially since you're from a not high fraud country. Including chat logs is fine (although again, no evidence of meeting), but just include 1 or 2 pages with a few sentences of your chats on different days/years. 

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22 minutes ago, C90 said:

We didn't provide any chat logs, since it's in no way proof of meeting in the last 2 years.

 

We filed in 2017, included 7 pics of us together/with friends/with family, the plane tickets/hotel bookings of when we visited each other and the passport stamps of visiting each other/our travels together through Europe. No RFE and visa got approved in 2018. The only 'extra' evidence the IO wanted to see at the interview were pics from after filing, and that was mostly cause I was basically waving them in the IO's face lol.

 

If you include way to much evidence, the chances are that they'll throw out important documents (cause I read that they will throw out stuff they don't need like 10k pages of chat logs lol) what can lead to RF(I)E's, so better not to overload, especially since you're from a not high fraud country. Including chat logs is fine (although again, no evidence of meeting), but just include 1 or 2 pages with a few sentences of your chats on different days/years. 

Thank you for your reply!   As you said, chat log is not an evidence of meeting in person, and to much of evidence is not good either.  Point well taken.  I will take your advice.

 

We have met 13 times during past 2 years, and we still have upcoming trips/meets scheduled.  If that does not prove it then nothing will. haha.

 

Thank you!

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26 minutes ago, Senad and Anna said:

Thank you for your reply!   As you said, chat log is not an evidence of meeting in person, and to much of evidence is not good either.  Point well taken.  I will take your advice.

 

We have met 13 times during past 2 years, and we still have upcoming trips/meets scheduled.  If that does not prove it then nothing will. haha.

 

Thank you!

That's good evidence! If I were you I would just include the plane tickets/hotel bookings from both of you, passport stamps and some pics (and don't forget the letter of intent from you both, but that's a whole other piece of evidence)

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