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Pictures for I-130

I’m a UK citizen living with my husband in America currently on OPT my husband is an American citizen we got married earlier this year just us and an officiant as even the courthouses are currently not carrying our wedding due to Covid. Due to this I have no wedding pictures.

I have lived with my husband for over 3 years his wages are paid into my bank account all of our bills come out of the same account as well as everything else (his name was never put on the account but it’s very clear that he gets paid into it and our joint and his personal bills come out of it) . We have a joint car insurance policy we have a family cell phone plan etc etc so I’m not worried about that side of proof however he absolutely hates taking pictures and I genuinely including several vacations together have a grand total of 25 pictures of us for that entire time. This is now starting to slightly worry me, he has two children from a previous marriage who live primarily with us and I have hundreds of pictures of us together but he is never in any of them. Does anyone have any advice about what to do when you married someone who hates pictures and should I be including pictures of just me and his kids? We do have do family pictures of all of us but the majority are just me and the kids.

Any advice or ideas to prove a genuine marriage I’m unaware of would be greatly appreciated I honestly never considered we would have to do this so never pushed him more to be in pictures.

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