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Hey, so a few days ago I submitted my I-129F package and it arrived at the Dallas Lockbox yesterday (now to wait until Tuesday for it to be picked up).

The problem is.. I realized I forgot to include the photos of my fiancee and I together in our package! The baggie of photos is sitting on my desk!

There are quite a few threads from 2010 - 2014 regarding this issue, and many users said that they did not submit photos together and were still approved. 

Do you guys think this will be an issue? I included boarding passes to and from, passport stamps, bus receipts, apartment receipts, and our engagement ring receipt.
Just to be clear: I mean photos of us together, not the passport style photos. I included those.

 

A lot of things have changed for the I-129F process over the years, so I wanted to hear some more modern opinions.

 

Thanks in advance!

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1 hour ago, NotPennysBoat said:

Hey, so a few days ago I submitted my I-129F package and it arrived at the Dallas Lockbox yesterday (now to wait until Tuesday for it to be picked up).

The problem is.. I realized I forgot to include the photos of my fiancee and I together in our package! The baggie of photos is sitting on my desk!

There are quite a few threads from 2010 - 2014 regarding this issue, and many users said that they did not submit photos together and were still approved. 

Do you guys think this will be an issue? I included boarding passes to and from, passport stamps, bus receipts, apartment receipts, and our engagement ring receipt.
Just to be clear: I mean photos of us together, not the passport style photos. I included those.

 

A lot of things have changed for the I-129F process over the years, so I wanted to hear some more modern opinions.

 

Thanks in advance!

Probably won't be an issue. But you really should make sure you go over everything several times. 

 

I made two exact copies of the i-129f packet. One copy for me and one for my fiance. They were all 93 pages each. 

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10 hours ago, Solaris81 said:

Probably won't be an issue. But you really should make sure you go over everything several times. 

 

I made two exact copies of the i-129f packet. One copy for me and one for my fiance. They were all 93 pages each. 

Why were there 93 pages if I may ask? 

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34 minutes ago, eirinlinn said:

Why were there 93 pages if I may ask? 

50 of those pages was proof of our meeting.. And we've only met once. Copies of itineraries, receipts, bank statements, boarding passes and a few others. 

 

I also made a copy of every page in my passport as proof of citizenship as detailed by the guide on visajourney. I know understand it's outdated and I didn't need every page. 

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