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Do I need to add more evidence to my I-129F?

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This is what I currently have as "proof of meeting in the last two years" requirement.

  • 14 color photographs printed on paper with the inscription of the date and place it was taken. 
  • 16 passport stamps on two pages (do I need to provide all of them or am I okay just sending some that show it was within the time frame?) 
  • All four of my flight itineraries. I unfortunately didn't keep my boarding passes.

 

Should I add anything else? I retained a bunch of receipts from the ATMs while we were there the last trip and also have a note that was written to us by an Airbnb host. 

 

Am I all set; or does anyone have any suggestions? 

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If you are going to front load, you might as well go all in. 😄 It's not going to cost a whole lot more to include the rest of the stuff so you might as well throw it in there. I included my bank statements showing I used the ATM in her town. What you got should be plenty (you only need to prove you have met in the last 2 years for the petition part). Check the regional forum to find out what your embassy/consulate likes to see.

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