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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Lithuania
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So for including evidence of meeting in the last 2 years, many people on VisaJourney use passport stamps as one of their pieces of meeting. 
The problem is, my fiancee lives in the Schengen Area (European Union), and I flew to her from another Schengen Area country (Netherlands). So, when I arrived in her country, I did not get a passport stamp (traveling in the EU is like domestic flights in the US). I did get a stamp from entering Netherlands and exiting Netherlands however. 

 

My question is:

What should I include? I scanned my whole passport also.
Should I include BOTH my boarding passes (from my flight to Amsterdam AND my EU flight to her country) and just explain why I do not have a Lithuanian stamp in my passport?

 

Maybe I am over thinking this. Thank you.


EDIT: I also have the boarding pass of my flight from Amsterdam to her country

Edited by NotPennysBoat

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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4 minutes ago, NotPennysBoat said:

 

 

My question is:

What should I include? I scanned my whole passport also.
Should I include BOTH my boarding passes (from my flight to Amsterdam AND my EU flight to her country) and just explain why I do not have a Lithuanian stamp in my passport?

 

Maybe I am over thinking this. Thank you.

That is certainly a way to show your actual travel itinerary 


YMMV

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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4 minutes ago, NotPennysBoat said:

So for including evidence of meeting in the last 2 years, many people on VisaJourney use passport stamps as one of their pieces of meeting. 
The problem is, my fiancee lives in the Schengen Area (European Union), and I flew to her from another Schengen Area country (Netherlands). So, when I arrived in her country, I did not get a passport stamp (traveling in the EU is like domestic flights in the US). I did get a stamp from entering Netherlands and exiting Netherlands however.

 

My question is:

What should I include? I scanned my whole passport also.
Should I include BOTH my boarding passes (from my flight to Amsterdam AND my EU flight to her country) and just explain why I do not have a Lithuanian stamp in my passport?

 

Maybe I am over thinking this. Thank you.

Boarding passes will do


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Netherlands
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37 minutes ago, NotPennysBoat said:

So for including evidence of meeting in the last 2 years, many people on VisaJourney use passport stamps as one of their pieces of meeting. 
The problem is, my fiancee lives in the Schengen Area (European Union), and I flew to her from another Schengen Area country (Netherlands). So, when I arrived in her country, I did not get a passport stamp (traveling in the EU is like domestic flights in the US). I did get a stamp from entering Netherlands and exiting Netherlands however. 

 

My question is:

What should I include? I scanned my whole passport also.
Should I include BOTH my boarding passes (from my flight to Amsterdam AND my EU flight to her country) and just explain why I do not have a Lithuanian stamp in my passport?

 

Maybe I am over thinking this. Thank you.


EDIT: I also have the boarding pass of my flight from Amsterdam to her country

I only used boarding passes en 4 photo's of us together. Was approved without receiving a RFE.

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