I am a usa citizen currently contracter in afganistan with usa army . I have filed my fiance paperwork , I received my NOA1 on 25th june 2013 . i am female of 47 years old he is male of 28 years old from Nepal . my question is how to prove bonafied relationship ? i read lot of articles that cannot prove bonafide relation visa denial rate is high ? and where we are my fiancé is not allowed to use cellphone , cameras, and computer as well to show email, chat record, & phone bill but since 2 years we are always physically together i will go every three month to usa but he do not have leave to go ? what i can do on this condition? suggestion will be highly appericiate
I would consult with a lawyer privately. Generally, however, when all other proof is hard to get, I recommend affidavits from US citizens or green card holders about your relationship. They really don't like it though when all you can offer is affidavits, so consult with a lawyer to explore more creative ways of gathering evidence in your particular case.
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Get affidavits of friends, etc.
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