You must submit proof of relationship as well as documentary evidence for both petitioner and beneficiary. I strongly advise you to seek help of an attorney.
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Yes, G-325A is to be filed, too. Read the instructions for K-1. You need to establish that you met within the last 2 years, that you and your fiancée can marry (age, divorce/ never married), birth certificates. Possibly other documents depending on the circumstances (arrests, convictions), her/his children's birth certificates, Affidavit of Support. Why don't you retain a good lawyer to handle this matter?
Yes, each of you needs to file a Form G-325 .
Proof of your relationship, having met in person anytime during last 2 years and intent to get married.
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Yes you do have to file the G-325A for both you and your fiance(e). When it is time for the consular interview, there are more forms to file. If you're using a lawyer, your attorney will file a G-28, Notice of Appearance, also.
You should seek the assistance of counsel, however some people do prepare their own K-1 petition successfully. You can refer to the following link for a free do-it-yourself video guide:
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