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I-129F Submission needs to include proof of relationship?

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I am wondering if I need to include proof of relationship in my I-129F packet being sent to the Texas PO box?

Because nowhere for the actual packet or on the USCIS does it require this proof. So would it be okay to continue 

collecting the proof of relationship for my fiancee to use after my portion gets approved? I have been confused by this

because a lot of people include it so i am not sure if i should.

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3 minutes ago, tcrossle said:

I am wondering if I need to include proof of relationship in my I-129F packet being sent to the Texas PO box?

Because nowhere for the actual packet or on the USCIS does it require this proof. So would it be okay to continue 

collecting the proof of relationship for my fiancee to use after my portion gets approved? I have been confused by this

because a lot of people include it so i am not sure if i should.

Correct, it is not required.  Some people include it anyway (this practice is known as "front-loading"), particularly if they are going through a high-risk or high-fraud consulate.  This is because the IO is not required to consider any evidence that was not included with the petition.

 

You can absolutely bring along any evidence you've accumulated after filing.

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1 minute ago, Jorgedig said:

Correct, it is not required.  Some people include it anyway (this practice is known as "front-loading"), particularly if they are going through a high-risk or high-fraud consulate.  This is because the IO is not required to consider any evidence that was not included with the petition.

 

You can absolutely bring along any evidence you've accumulated after filing.

Perfect thank you so much for the explanation! That really clears up the subject, so how would I know if I'm going through a high risk consulate? I believe mine will be processed at the CSC and my fiancees would be in Bangkok, Thailand.

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37 minutes ago, tcrossle said:

Perfect thank you so much for the explanation! That really clears up the subject, so how would I know if I'm going through a high risk consulate? I believe mine will be processed at the CSC and my fiancees would be in Bangkok, Thailand.

All I-129F petitions for K-1 are processed at CSC.

 

I don't know offhand whether Bangkok is a particularly high-risk consulate.  You can use the portal here on VJ to see users and posts for Thailand.

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34 minutes ago, Jorgedig said:

All I-129F petitions for K-1 are processed at CSC.

 

I don't know offhand whether Bangkok is a particularly high-risk consulate.  You can use the portal here on VJ to see users and posts for Thailand.

Thank you so much, I will check there!

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