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We are tying to complete our packet and evidence we are using,  photos together boarding passes on airline, and passport stamps,  and was planning on using Skype call logs/chat but now Skype only has like latest week worth of messages saved anyone know how to retrieve past logs,,   Or is this needed.     Dominican Republic 

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It's not needed but it would help. Even if it is from recent conversations, at least it is more evidence! You can always send other social media platform screen shots as well! But ticket stubs and receipts (proving you have been in the same place multiple times) and photos, you will be just fine! :) 

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4 hours ago, Ash&Jaye said:

It's not needed but it would help. Even if it is from recent conversations, at least it is more evidence! You can always send other social media platform screen shots as well! But ticket stubs and receipts (proving you have been in the same place multiple times) and photos, you will be just fine! :) 

I do have receipts but They are all in Spanish do I have to translate all of them?  I will use recent conversations then thanks 

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14 hours ago, Insulder1 said:

I do have receipts but They are all in Spanish do I have to translate all of them?  I will use recent conversations then thanks 

As far as my understanding goes, all documents have to be in English for evidence that accompanies the I-129f. Later, when you will send documents to the consulate (that they request of you), you can also use documents that are written in the language of the country that the consulate is located in. Hence, in our case we were allowed to send documents in German to the embassy in Frankfurt (Germany), but not for the I-129f. There, we only sent English documents, since they will work on it within the USA

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15 hours ago, Insulder1 said:

I do have receipts but They are all in Spanish do I have to translate all of them?  I will use recent conversations then thanks 

 

26 minutes ago, Kürbis&Tannenbaum said:

As far as my understanding goes, all documents have to be in English for evidence that accompanies the I-129f. Later, when you will send documents to the consulate (that they request of you), you can also use documents that are written in the language of the country that the consulate is located in. Hence, in our case we were allowed to send documents in German to the embassy in Frankfurt (Germany), but not for the I-129f. There, we only sent English documents, since they will work on it within the USA

I did not translate my WhatsApp chats. I just sent the screenshots in Portuguese and it was approved. 

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3 minutes ago, serjesus99 said:

 

I did not translate my WhatsApp chats. I just sent the screenshots in Portuguese and it was approved. 

Because it was ignored 


YMMV

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