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  1. YP950


    Hi! Not sure which embassy you're going through, so it might not be the same for all, also not sure where in the process you are (about to send in your I-129f, going for the interview). However, my limited understanding is that if you are the beneficiary and are going to the interview with documents such as "bus tickets and things of that nature" then those documents don't need to be translated. For example, my fiancé lives in Israel, so when he goes for his interview he can take any document in English, Hebrew, or Arabic, no transition needed. Since he is from Latin America he will have to have his birth certificate, and other official documents from his country translated from Spanish to English. I hope that's helpful. By the way, if you fill out your profile, and time line it really helps people give you more accurate information. Those on this forum, I'm really new so I wouldn't include my self in this statement, are very knowledgeable and are always looking to help others and the more info you provide the more accurate the advice and information. Good luck!
  2. Thank you! Today they withdrew the $535 from my account so at least I know they've received it! I'm sure the 6-8 months of waiting will be hard, but right now I'm so excited about this step!
  3. Hi everyone! I just sent our packet in today!! So excited to learn about patience and detachment during this process! All of you have made this process so much easier! I love this site!
  4. Do you think that by sending screenshots of messages that the petition will take longer to be approved (getting an NOA2)? Just wondering if this is based on experience since I've never heard of it before. We are about to submit our petition and was planning on including some screenshots. Thanks for your input!
  5. Thanks your encouragement! My fiancé lives in Israel but is not from there, he's actually Colombian. Hopefully it will be a smooth process.
  6. Hi! Thanks for taking the time to respond! In my initial post I mentioned that I do have pictures of us together. From initial post: I also didn't keep any of my boarding passes, and only have email copies of my receipts from when I purchased the tickets. Is this enough? I also have pictures of us together. Do you think I will get an RFE? I'm sorry if there was any misunderstanding. My fiancé and I met while on Pilgrimage in Israel. He is a full time volunteer there, but originally from Latin America, as am I. My second and third trip were 100% for the purpose of seeing him. We spent a lot of time together getting to know each other. So yes, we have pictures from our travels in Israel mainly to Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and Haifa.
  7. Thank you! I have a hotel confirmation email. I also just figured out, thanks to your questions, that airlines can provide a document stating that you traveled with them! So I've just requested that for my last two trips!
  8. Thanks! I hadn't thought of that!
  9. Thanks! I looked at that option too, hopefully the entry card I have will be enough. I have the same question and concern regarding processing time for such a request.
  10. Yes, the world is in such disarray.
  11. Thank you so much! And thanks for your patience, I really appreciate it.
  12. Yaaaayyy! Thanks! One last thing. Do I make a copy of both sides of the card and send the copy or do I send the original?
  13. Yes it's dated, has my name, and my picture on it. I just wasn't sure if that would be enough.
  14. Thank you! I will just include everything. Itineraries, bank statement, hotel reservation, and the visa they gave me upon entry into Israel. I hope it works!