Hello again... It seems like a while since we last posted (2 years probably!)
We have a quick question... We noticed on the updated instructions to the I-751 form that CIS now request joint checking accounts with the transaction history (it wasn't on the old instructions). We're simply planning on copying the front of the statement page for the previous two years. Quite frankly, we feel that asking for the transaction history crosses a line (In my opinion, it's none of their business where my wife buys her lingerie! ). There's no shortage of other stuff... Joint taxes, joint title, insurance etc. But if we refuse to include the transaction history from our joint checking account, what's the worst case senario? Do we get called for interview? (which would be great... it may mean that our I-751 is over and done with sooner than later)
Edited by Curious george, 05 July 2013 - 01:12 PM.