Yes. You should provide all the evidence you have. Photos, love letters, affidavits from friends and family that have known both of you. If you lived together, provide proof of joint leases or bank accounts. Speak with an attorney if you are not sure if your application is strong.
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Depending on your circumstances, a lot more than you think could be required to explain the bona fides of your marriage. Remember, you bear the burden to prove that your marriage is in good faith. If there is any complication in your case, say, don't speak the same language, big age difference, met briefly before marrying.., you should retain a lawyer's assistance.
Yes. The more you provide the better.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and advise you accordingly.
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