I dont work i live with my parents and im not on any bills and the last time i attended college was on december 2011. I do volunteer at a church Our Lady of The Holy Rosary . Can this help me to prove i was present on June 15 2012? And if it could what is necessary of me to get from church? A letter from the coordinator at my church? Or a log in of the dates i was present?
Do you have ny bank statements showing transactions on or around June 15, 2012 or health records or telephone bills? If you absolutely have nothing, you can ask the church coordinator and others to write a couple of sworn statements to confirm your participation in church activities. Sworn statements are accepted only on a limited basis to fill gaps in documentation.
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I agree with my colleague.
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I agree with Mary, but have you considered Facebook (especially “Check-Ins”) & other social media – Twitter, Instagram, etc
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