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Preparing our I-751 package. They want bank statements. Does that mean all 4 to 6 pages of each and every monthly bank statement of every joint account we have over the past two years? Or will they be happy with the cover page of each month? If not I will be sending hundreds of pages of bank statements alone as we have 5 or 6 joint accounts. I don't want to send too much...but I certainly don't want to get an RFE, etc...

Please help.

David

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Preparing our I-751 package. They want bank statements. Does that mean all 4 to 6 pages of each and every monthly bank statement of every joint account we have over the past two years? Or will they be happy with the cover page of each month? If not I will be sending hundreds of pages of bank statements alone as we have 5 or 6 joint accounts. I don't want to send too much...but I certainly don't want to get an RFE, etc...

Please help.

David

David:

Send ALL you can. Do not wait for them to contact you again. I would send ALL pages of each statement so it does not look like you are hiding something. There is NO SUCH thing as TOO MUCH.

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David:

Send ALL you can. Do not wait for them to contact you again. I would send ALL pages of each statement so it does not look like you are hiding something. There is NO SUCH thing as TOO MUCH.

I agree. I have already printed all of them out and I guess to be on the safe side I might as well send all of it. It's always better to err on the side of caution.

Thanks and Aloha,

David

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Aloha David!

Joan and I are getting ready too (August). I've read that it i OK to send one statement from every few months to cut down on paperwork but also show that the accounts span the entire marriage. The might help. i've also read that some people are blacking out all but the final four numbers of the accounts (credit cards too).

We would still love to get together with you two.


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I'm getting ready on my ROC too, i'm worried about not having joint bank account, rental/lease under our name, bills, we only have the insurance, tax return filed married. That's all we got and pictures from the the of the marriage onwards. YOu guys think that's enough?

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Aloha David!

Joan and I are getting ready too (August). I've read that it i OK to send one statement from every few months to cut down on paperwork but also show that the accounts span the entire marriage. The might help. i've also read that some people are blacking out all but the final four numbers of the accounts (credit cards too).

We would still love to get together with you two.

US government can easily find out your account numbers etc... so blacking out that kind of information seems like a waste of time to me.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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US government can easily find out your account numbers etc... so blacking out that kind of information seems like a waste of time to me.

HA! Yeah...good point...


Mahalo/Salamat!

Steve and Joan
Met on Facebook 2/24/12
Met in person 6/5/12
Second visit 10/2/12
Engaged 10/3/12
NOA10/15/12
Third visit 12/10/12
Joan got her passport! 2/20/13
NOA2 4/24/13
Fourth visit 5/28/13
CFO 5/30/13
Embassy Interview APPROVED 6/6/13

Joan passed through immigration in Hawaii! She's home! 6/13/13

MARRIED 8/24/13

AOS, EAD and AP petitions sent to Chicago via Express Mail

EAD/AP Received 11/13/13

AOS Interview APPROVED 11/26/13

2-year Green Card in hand 12/5/13

ROC (I-751) sent to CSC via USPS Express Mail 8/31/15

ROC check cashed 9/4/15

ROC Biometrics 10/1/15

ROC Approval 4/6/16 (waiting for actual card)

Permanent Green Card Arrived 4/14/16
Naturalization Interview 2/22/17 APPROVED!

Oath Ceremony 3/21/17--Joan is a US Citizen!

Kayak small lagoon crop 10 72 for VJ.jpg

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