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Proof of In-Person Meeting (Photocopies)

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Hi all,

 

This may be a silly question, but I wanted to see what others have done.

 

For proof of in-person meetings, is it fine to take screenshots (i.e., ctrl + print screen) of flight itineraries/confirmations. Or do you recommend actually printing the email and submitting that? 

 

Similarily, is it fine to take photos of a boarding pass (emailing to self and inserting in word doc to print) or do you recommend making an actual photocopy at a copy machine? 

 

Thank you!

Shannon 

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4 hours ago, Snb3189 said:

Hi all,

 

This may be a silly question, but I wanted to see what others have done.

 

For proof of in-person meetings, is it fine to take screenshots (i.e., ctrl + print screen) of flight itineraries/confirmations. Or do you recommend actually printing the email and submitting that? 

 

Similarily, is it fine to take photos of a boarding pass (emailing to self and inserting in word doc to print) or do you recommend making an actual photocopy at a copy machine? 

 

Thank you!

Shannon 

 

Boarding passes, passport stamps, receipts  are good evidence.

 

Flight itineraries/confirmations  are not good evidence


Hank

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I only sent passport stamps. I traveled to and spent a lot of time with her in her country, so there was no grey area for us. I also only submitted 4 pictures. Two from beginning of relationship and 2 engagement pictures. 

 

Either you have good evidence or you don't. Stuffing it with extra stuff isn't necessary. 

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