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Hello everyone, I hope everyone is doing well. I have been using this website for a while, very helpful. Long story short, our K-1 was sent back to USCIS after the interview in March 2019. Shortly after that we received the expiration notice.  I flew back home (Albania) and got married. I have tons of pictures from different countries we visited, itinerary's, passport stamps (that show we landed at the same day at the same airport), receipts (rings), reservations (hotels where stayed), Affidavits from third parties, call logs throughout the years. However, we don't have joint bank accounts, life insurance. Will this be a problem? Is it possible that they deny our petition because of this? 

 

Thank you in advance. 

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2 minutes ago, NinPran said:

Hello everyone, I hope everyone is doing well. I have been using this website for a while, very helpful. Long story short, our K-1 was sent back to USCIS after the interview in March 2019. Shortly after that we received the expiration notice.  I flew back home (Albania) and got married. I have tons of pictures from different countries we visited, itinerary's, passport stamps (that show we landed at the same day at the same airport), receipts (rings), reservations (hotels where stayed), Affidavits from third parties, call logs throughout the years. However, we don't have joint bank accounts, life insurance. Will this be a problem? Is it possible that they deny our petition because of this? 

 

Thank you in advance. 

That is a type of suggested evidence,  not required evidence.   If you don't have you don't have.   You paint your picture to the best of your ability with what you do have 


YMMV

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2 minutes ago, NinPran said:

However, we don't have joint bank accounts, life insurance. Will this be a problem? Is it possible that they deny our petition because of this? 

They will not deny your petition strictly due to lack of joint bank accounts or insurance.......couples living in separate countries just don't always have that kind of evidence.


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1 minute ago, payxibka said:

That is a type of suggested evidence,  not required evidence.   If you don't have you don't have.   You paint your picture to the best of your ability with what you do have 

Thank you. 

1 minute ago, missileman said:

They will not deny your petition strictly due to lack of joint bank accounts or insurance.......couples living in separate countries just don't always have that kind of evidence.

Thank you. 

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Much like the AOS stage for K1s, there is not a lot of evidence that can be submitted at the CR1 for a relatively newly married couple.  As @payxibka stated, you can only send what you have.

 

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