Hi, I live in Canada and my fiancee is a US citizen and lives in the US. She will sponsor me for a K-1 visa, and then we'll get married and we'll start the Green Card process. As part of this latter process we have to prove that we've been in touch regularly through emails and phone records. My fiancee's credit history is bad, and therefore she cannot get a phone in her name. Her brother has 2 phones, of which he gave one to my fiancée. Consequently, her phone is in her brother's name. Do you believe it would be a problem to prove that I was indeed calling my fiancee and not her brother? Could this be reason for an audit/rejection of my green card application? Should I try to add her name to her brother's phone bill/line or would this appear questionable if done now?
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America Category:
K1 Visa (Fiancee Visa, Fiance Visa)
on 19 Dec 2010
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