I have plans to ROC in April but don't have the money at the moment (still hoping to get a new job) but I thought I should get started on my list I've been planning my list for a while and adding to it since AOSing in 2010 (sounds so long ago now!).
So here is my list for ROC so far:
- G-1145 – Form for E-notification of Application/Petition Acceptance
- Payment in the amount of $590.00 payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security
- I-751 Joint Petition to Remove Conditions, signed and dated ###
- Evidence of Relationship:
o Copy IRS transcripts 2009, 2010 & 2011 showing joint filing
o Copy Wells Fargo joint account
o Copy First Trust & Savings joint account
o Copy Verizon cell phone bill (showing joint names)
o Electricity bills (showing joint names)
o Health Insurance showing joint names
o Copy Car Insurance cards (showing joint names)
o Copy Drivers licenses showing same address
o Photos from wedding & various occasions
I have also been keeping a list of other things that other people could include if they have them (I don't).
o Letter from USPS showing joint names on post box (I don't think this is possible but I was going to ask)
o Wills & Powers of Attorney showing each other as beneficiaries (I did sign a POA from when we bought the house but I don't know whether I know where it is)
o Flight records showing both travelled together
o Birth certificate of any children
o Lease/Mortgage agreement (i'm not on the mortgage or the title but I DID have to sign some paperwork seeing I'm his wife - and he had to sign FOR me 'cause I was out of the country)
o Affidavits from at least two (2) people who have know both of us since obtaining LPR (we decided against these as we have enough evidence otherwise).
When it comes to bills and account info and all that there's obviously A LOT of pages and there's usually one a month. So I will be sending the first page (showing our names) and one for every 3 month period. For car insurance we have little cards so I'll try and copy those onto several sheets of paper (they are 6 months at a time). We also have the bills for that... oh joy! I won't bother getting a box from the post office till I see how much crap I'm sending Going to start collating it probably this w/end!
As it was with my AOS I am hoping and aiming to not interview. Mostly because the office is THREE hours away one way.. ugh. It would mean Tony would need to take a day off work and (hopefully) me too. I don't think he's eligible for paid time off year and if I were to get a job I doubt I would be either... That's some decent money we would lose.
Anyway that's the plan. How is everyone else's prep going?
Edited by Vanessa&Tony, 21 March 2012 - 04:36 PM.