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Can they accept compressed documents?  Our apartment lease is way to big and am wondering if that would work.  We need to prove we have been living together and we live in China and the documents aren't small.  Or maybe we just send them the parts with our our names and the address?

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15 minutes ago, ChinaViaChicago said:

Can they accept compressed documents?  Our apartment lease is way to big and am wondering if that would work.  We need to prove we have been living together and we live in China and the documents aren't small.  Or maybe we just send them the parts with our our names and the address?

I believe most of the apartment lease are rental terms and conditions. The key part is the apartment address and the names of both of you as well as duration.... in my view, i do believe you need to upload the entire leasing contract - just the key parts should be sufficient. 

Alternately, you can try to compress the PDF document or reduce their resolution to lower. Or you can break them into multiple files and upload them accordingly.  

Hope it helps.

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I will try to lower the resolution first, or maybe omit the conditions and what not then compress it.  Hopefully that works.  I am just uploading so many photos and proof.  I didn't know the size limit.  So I am having to rename the photos so its easy to follow.  I hope they don't mind the over 100 pieces of proof.  I like to be prepared.

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25 minutes ago, ChinaViaChicago said:

I will try to lower the resolution first, or maybe omit the conditions and what not then compress it.  Hopefully that works.  I am just uploading so many photos and proof.  I didn't know the size limit.  So I am having to rename the photos so its easy to follow.  I hope they don't mind the over 100 pieces of proof.  I like to be prepared.

Sounds good. 

RE: photos - I think 100 photos are a  bit much to be frank. I would suggest you pick the key photos or photos that captured the milestones of your relationship. You may also want to combine them in a PDF document with caption for each photo below. That way, they can open on document to see your relationship timeline rather than clicking it 100 times.  Just a suggestion...

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I will try to combine them with a caption.  That would be easier.  The wedding photos are professionally done and those files are big, so those I may need to upload one at a time.  Trips and stuff I can make one PDF.

 

We aren't in any huge hurry so if we can get it done by the end of the week that would be fine with us.

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