My husband and I are going through the immigration process. This is a bonafide marriage but we are a little worried about the interview because we haven't been together for long. We live together, have a joint checking account, all of our bills are in both our names, and we are each others emergency contact. We haven't had our wedding or rings yet because he doesn't have a job and I'm a full time student so naturally, we don't have the money. Also I don't really like to take a lot of pictures but we do have a handful on our phones and the computer along with some short video clips of random little things. Will we be able to present the videos to immigration? Can we send CDs? I was told from an unknown source that cell phones are not allowed in the interview even to show pics, is that true?
If the CIS officer cannot put it in the file, or needs equipment to view it, it will not be accepted. Better to print any images you want to present.
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Will we be able to present the videos to immigration? Can we send CDs? The Officer is unlikely to accept that as evidence
I was told from an unknown source that cell phones are not allowed in the interview even to show pics, is that true? Even if you brought your cell phone, it is up to the Officer if he/ she is interested to view the photos. Officer like to keep records of evidence presented. How do you propose he keep a picture on your cell phone in his file?
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You need to bring everything on paper.
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