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Soon To Be Mrs. T

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Soon To Be Mrs. T last won the day on October 22 2019

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  1. If you are asking about the question on the I-129F, then the answer is no because you are not currently in the U.S. However, you may include your travel history as evidence of in-person meeting, if the purpose of your travel was to visit your fiancé.
  2. It would show that your/your fiancé's credit card was used to book flights, hotels, etc. and/or was used in each other's countries. Submit a photocopy of the pages with the stamps. That's good!
  3. There is no need to include a Love Story. But I think there needs to be a Love Story thread on this forum. That way people will have place to submit theirs to. 😂
  4. Either one is fine. I don't think that the flight itineraries are enough. Do you have passport stamps or boarding passes? How about credit card statements? Photos are good but they are not the best evidence.
  5. Unfortunately, no one really knows how long Adminstrative Processing will be. It varies from case to case; for some it's days while for some it's weeks. It also depends on the embassy/consulate; some have longer Administrative Processing than others. You can check out this regional sub-forum, where you may find similar cases: https://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/153-caribbean/
  6. Does he have a passport? He can use that. My fiancé submitted a photocopy of his birth certificate as well as the bio-page of his passport. No, they don't need your birth certificate for the I-129F. It will be needed when you apply for the K-1 Visa at the embassy/consulate.
  7. Are there any updates on yours? I hope that you get your Approval Notice soon too!
  8. I hope that you get your Approval Notice soon! By the way, if you don't mind me asking, you mentioned that your fiancée was going to apply for a Tourist Visa. How did it go?
  9. I understand. I wasn't downplaying how difficult it is to be in the dark while waiting.
  10. Yes, it is different. However, I was commenting on being patient vs. being impatient, not on waiting for your future spouse vs. waiting with your spouse. Alas, to each his own.
  11. Don't get me wrong, I hate not being with my fiancé too. There is nothing more that I want than to close the distance. However, I know that impatience isn't going to make the process go any faster.
  12. This. Thank you for the reminder @Greenbaum! It is worth to remember too that, in the grand scheme of the immigration process, 30, 60, 90 days isn't a lot. This whole process from the I-129F to ROC--and for some, Naturalization--totals, what? 5 years? That's 1,825 days. Besides, if this feels unfair, just think of how the Adjustment of Status is. This is just a patience-builder.
  13. It is a little confusing since there are two things to fill out: a profile and a timeline. Congratulations!
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