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Bona fide marriage evidence for interview

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Hello! We got my husband's interview date yesterday! He's going to be interviewing in North Macedonia on October 8th. I am seeking advice about bringing more bona fide marriage evidence to his interview. We met when I was in the Peace Corps in North Macedonia. When I finished Peace Corps last November, I moved in with him and his family. Macedonian law prevented us from getting a joint bank account, but I did get a year long temporary residency permit. I made a photo album of our first year of marriage with trips we took together, notes we wrote to each other, pictures of me with his family for various events, etc. I moved back to the US in July to re-establish domicile, but I want the consulate to also know that we lived together (with his family). The question is - how do you show evidence when we actually just lived together for seven months? Thanks!

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