Be positive and polite. Do not overwhelm her with complications, problems, or topics she might not be familiar with. Make sure you indicate why you are writing. She will want to know what in particular attracted your attention, but try not to say the obvious. Be creative with your complements. Point out something others might not see. Saying "you're beautiful" to a beautiful girl doesn´t mean much when everyone else is saying the same thing. Latin American women take pride in their home, so don´t say anything negative about their country. Remain courteous and avoid negative comments about your past relationships. End your letter with two or three meaningful questions, thank her for her time, and tell her you would welcome hearing from her.
For future letters, focus more attention on her; do not talk just about yourself. Write on subjects that are important to you and find out what is important to her. Answer all of her questions, and write back to her as soon as possible; a fast turn around tells her you have a high interest.When you return home, the length, frequency, and content of your girlfriend or fiancée´s letters will demonstrate the extent of her interest. A Latin woman in love will want frequent communication with her boyfriend or fiancé. When distance is involved, writing is critical to establishing and maintaining a bond. Words reveal shared values and goals, compatibility, and mutual interest, the same ingredients that foster a long-term commitment. Once you have made the first step to opening her heart, and until you are together, ongoing correspondence is your best way to keep her heart.
When and where did you meet your fiancé in person?
Did you meet your fiancé through a marriage agency? Which one?
Did the Marriage agency provide you with the criminal history and marital background of your fiancé?
Has your fiancé been married before? If so, how many times and when was he divorced? What was the reason for their divorce? Does this matter to you?
Have you and your fiancé met in person since your initial meeting? If so, state when and where, what you did, and the amount of time spent together.
How often are you in contact with your fiancé by telephone, e-mail, or instant messaging? Please show me a documented history of letters, emails, instant messages, and telephone calls.Did you have a correspondence with other men along with your fiancé?
When were you engaged and where did the marriage proposal take place?
When do you plan to get married?
Describe your wedding plans. Will you hold a formal wedding?
Why do you want to marry him? Do you love him? What do you love about him?
Does your fiancé have any children? If so, what are their names and ages and have you met them? If so, how do you get along?
Will there be a problem with the children from his other relationship?
Are you planning to have children together?
When was your fiancé born and where? How old is he?
What do you think about the age difference?
What do your parents think about the age difference?
What do your parents think of your fiancé? Do they approve of the impending marriage?
Do you speak English well?
What language do you use to communicate with your fiancé?
Does your fiancé speak and understand your language? Is this communication gap a problem?
What does your fiancé do for a living? Where does he work? How long has he worked there? Does he like his job? How much does he earn?
Where did he work in the past and for how long?
What degrees or formal training does he have?
In terms of education, would you say your educational backgrounds are compatible?
Please state your fiancé's residence address? Does he own or rent his home? Who does he live with?
What do you know about your fiancé's home? Do you know what the weather is like there?
Where will you live?
What is his phone number?
Write his full name.
Have you spoken to your fiancé's parents and do you know how they feel about your upcoming marriage?
Have you met his family?
What are the names of your fiancé's parents?
Where do his parents live?
Does your fiancé have any brothers or sisters? What are their names?
What color are your fiancé's eyes?
What color is your fiancé's hair?
What are your fiancé's hobbies and interests?
What are your hobbies and interests? Do you have any interests in common?
What is his favorite food?
What type of music does he like?
What type of movies does he like?
What is your fiancé's religious background? How will you raise the children?
Tell me more about your fiancé.
Explain the type of relationship you have had since your first meeting.
When did you have sex together for the first time? How often do you have sex together?
Have you ever been to the United States? If so, state when, where, for how long, and for what purpose.
Do you have any relatives or friends in the United States? Where do they live?
Have you ever applied for a traveling visa?
Why do you want to live in the United States?
When do you plan to enter the United States?
What do you plan to do once you are in the United States?
Do you plan to work in the United States?
Do you plan to study in the United States?
Did you fill out this form yourself?
Have you and your fiancé ever exchanged gifts?
Did you have a ceremony to celebrate your relationship? Show me some pictures from the event.
Tell me why this relationship is genuine.
I am going to pick some random pictures of yours; describe who is in the pictures and where and when they were taken.
If I refuse this application, what will you do? Will you still stay in your relationship?I am going to call your fiancé now on the phone and ask him the same questions. Is there any answer you gave me that you wish to change now before I make this call?