1. Regarding phone records, My wife only gives me missed call.. and I call her back. Now since i use calling card, which is kind of use and throw, i am not sure how I can get the records. I even asked the customer service of calling card.. and they said, they cannot provide any details of what number was called.
2. I have already sent main pages of passport and all the entry / exit pages.. May be I should send alll pages (including blank page)
4. Regarding Financial assistance, On Sponsorship questionnair, My wife said "No" to this question
"Do you receive financial support from your sponsor"
She lives with my parents now and they take care of her. I do not send any money by any means.
Is that an issue?
Congrats Prixit. The wait game is OVER for you. Wahe Guru Da Khalsa, Wahe Guru di fateh indeed!
@ Akrk: My husband and I used a Long Distance service as well which was pretty much like Calling Cards. The company was able to pull out the details of the calls on our constant request. What you could possibly do is:
1. Ask your phone company, not the calling card company, to provide for the call logs when your called the certain calling card number which you have to first before you dial the acutal number. You know what I mean. Most calling cards have a LONG number which you have to dial first before dialing the actual number.
2. Incase you bought the calling cards online something like Reliance India Call or used your credit card to make the purchase, pull your bank details out, highlight those transactions and send it over to ND CHC, that will definitely have the details of online purchase that you bought the card for. Unless you bougth it over the counter.
2. Now, If you used cash then that might be an issue. In that case you have to ask the company to pull out the log of how you used your minutes. They definitely have to account for that. Also anyyy emails you wrote to her, or she did to you or phone records from her side. Wonder if missed calls are accounted for in billing in India. Check with her and the service provider she uses in India.
Everything else, I think I second Kal1313. However, i think financial assistance answer "No" is kinda tricky. May be what you could do is write in your letter that your parents are supporting your wife for now which is generally the case in India. Do you send any money to your parents? Any bank transfer? You need to show that you and your family are providing for her.
Akrk, apparently your file is being worked on, they say they havent opened mine yet. Did the letter say that your file was pending Initial Review? Also, did your spouse recieve the mail correspondence yet?
Thanks much and all the best. Keep the chin up. This is very small stuff and you can take care of these issues easily.