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Proof of ongoing Relationship for Interview

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Hello! So my process is moving along nicely and the interview lurks closer. So my question is we have a lot of chat proof of ongoing relationship besides trips he made to see me and pictures, but for the chat how often should I show them we spoke? Every week of each month? Every month?

I just don't know what to print when it comes to our conversations. Someone have an input?

 

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With our experience for the interview in Rio they didn't ask for any additional proof of ongoing relationship. If it makes you feel better to have something, you could bring proof of a recent chat log, some earlier this year and something older. No need to bring excess amount. 

 

Just in case, João did bring a copy of our original 129f submission which included a page of pictures from multiple visits, and some screenshots of chat/call logs periodically over time. He also brought a page of info with a trip I had taken since our original submission. 

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one K1 approved applicant said that she wasn't asked about their proof of relationship in her interview. she had it with her though. she had pictures, recent chat logs, and other pertinent info that will establish their relationship. i'll be bringing some pictures as well and our original i-129f documentations.

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I have pictures taken with my fiancee to include landmarks and we also intentionally buy train tickets that need name and has the date, and also well you can hold a newspaper which shows the date when taking picture at a landmark.  these are clear evidence.  Even when you face time, you can screen shot with the newspaper or any other printed material.  I heard even someone bring a polaroid and took pictures the very same day of the interview with a same day newspaper ... crystal clear evidence outside the embassy along with petitioners passport and driver license.


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