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PMV Questions: How detailed should the PMV application be?

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Old 02-20-2014, 02:45 AM
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PMV Questions: How detailed should the PMV application be?

Hello... I'm Yerin from Indonesia.

We are in the stage of gathering relationship evidence and little bit confused about how detailed it should be.

1. We know that picture of us with both parents is one of the evidence, but do we have to prove that people in our pictures are our real parents? Do we have to provide their proof of identities as well?

2. My fiance was my senior in high school. We think that certificates from our high school will be a good evidence that we know each other for years. Do you guys think that we have to provide translated & certified copy or not? Since it is "just" one of the evidence and not the main document. And it leads to the next question: What nationality is the CO? If the CO is Indonesian and know Indonesian very well, we think that maybe it is ok to provide the certificates in Indonesian.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 02-20-2014, 04:38 AM
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Hi yerin

Regarding the photos I dont think will be a problem as long as you say who is in the photos. Proving if they are your parents I dont believe will be a problem.

As for translation of documents I recommend traslating everything that is not in english to english. This is the only headache that I have had and I am doing the same now.

Hope that helps

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Old 02-20-2014, 09:30 AM
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You don't need to overthink the photos too much. Just include a caption stating who is in the photo and when/where it was taken.

I would have everything remotely official or very important to your application translated into English for the application but you don't need to certify unofficial documents. I probably wouldn't bother getting things like receipts etc translated, but you could if you wanted to.

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Old 12-20-2014, 01:12 AM
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Can anyone inform me what is required to prove we will get married for the application.
We plan to get married in Thailand close to my fiancees family with a Thai wedding ?
The NOIM is mentioned but unsure if this can be granted for a Thai Wedding in Thailand..

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