Acceptable proof includes anything that would convince a reasonable person that the relationship is real. So photos (affection is not necessary, as many cultures do not publicly show affection); letters; emails; reservations, receipts, travel documents, etc., for trips or vacations that you've taken together; proof that you've been in one anothers presence over the past two years; and chat logs, among others, are acceptable. There is no limit for the type of acceptable proof, so the more you provide, even if you think it is minor or irrelevant, the better.
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