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Hi,

 

My US citizen fiance is a soldier, and he doesnt have a passport, and boarding passes, only military orders, but he has no any paper which says he was in my country. But we have many receipts with our bank cards numbers on it (from same places, same time), and we can attach bank statements too from these payments. 
 

Is it enough? Or what papers we need to prove he was here?

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13 hours ago, Hank_ said:

Copy of the military orders should work  ;)  

Even if it doesnt say he were really here? It has only few possible NATO countries on it. My country is on the list too, but there are other countries where he didnt go.

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2 hours ago, Lnvall said:

Even if it doesnt say he were really here? It has only few possible NATO countries on it. My country is on the list too, but there are other countries where he didnt go.

It is the best you can do, after that receipts and such .. along with a few pictures.


Hank

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