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Has any one else received this letter in the mail prior their interview ? I filed based on 3 yr rule..In the actual interview notice they did make mention of bringing my husbands birth certificate, marriage certificate, all my travel docs etc... But in this notice it's a full list of docs which I had already submitted- tax transcripts, bank statements, bills,lease, health ins policy etc. I'd did say May include but not limited to.

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I received same notice I sent 2013 tax form with n400 application. Also applying 3 yr married to a us citizen but I been a lpr since 2007... I'm just taking myclpr card passport marriage certificate my wife us passport my children birth certificates and written statement why I didn't register with SSS.

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Has any one else received this letter in the mail prior their interview ? I filed based on 3 yr rule..In the actual interview notice they did make mention of bringing my husbands birth certificate, marriage certificate, all my travel docs etc... But in this notice it's a full list of docs which I had already submitted- tax transcripts, bank statements, bills,lease, health ins policy etc. I'd did say May include but not limited to.

I got a similar letter (3-year rule). I took everything they asked for to the interview but the IO never asked to see any of it - just my passports.

Doesn't hurt to bring the stuff they asked for just in case.


08/12/2010 => Day 00 => Package sent to Chicago lockbox

08/13/2010 => Day 01 => Package received and signed for in Chicago

08/23/2010 => Day 11 => Email and Text receipt notification

08/23/2010 => Day 11 => Cheques cashed - $1010 and $355

08/26/2010 => Day 14 => NOAs received in the mail

08/30/2010 => Day 18 => Received biometrics appointment letter (for 9/23)

09/03/2010 => Day 22 => Did walk-in biometrics

09/16/2010 => Day 35 => Received interview letter for 10/21

10/15/2010 => Day 64 => AP received

10/20/2010 => Day 69 => EAC received

10/21/2010 => Day 70 => AOS Interview, approved, I-551 stamp and card production ordered

10/30/2010 => Day 79 => Green card received

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