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Hello everyone,

first of all thanks a million for the help you provided us with, it made a huge difference for us! :)

we have a question regarding the interview.

· Bring updated Federal income tax information to the interview. If a sponsor filed an I-864 (Affidavit of Support) and provided the NVC with proof of an IRS Federal income tax extension in lieu of a Federal income tax return, bring the sponsor's most recent Federal income tax return to the visa interview.

We have a joint sponsor and he submitted the tax return for 2011, 2012, 2013 as we filed the papers in Jan 2015. the petitioner does not work (student). what should we do in this case?

· Any original documents the NVC requested that you did not submit (refer to the document list below)

· If the physician gives you your medical exam results, bring them to your interview in the envelope sealed by the medical office.

· Two passport photographs measuring 2 inches by 2 inches (5 cm by 5 cm) with a white background

· A valid unexpired passport

· Photocopies of all civil documents

· A new police certificate from your current country of residence, if you obtained the police certificate more than one year ago.

· Any additional documents listed in the U.S. Embassy or Consulate specific interview guidelines

Document Name Document Status

CORRESPONDENCE INSTRUCTIONS C

1 - IMMIGRANT VISA APPLICATION PART 1 R

1 - IMMIGRANT VISA APPLICATION PART 2 R

2 - PASSPORT J

3 - BIRTH CERTIFICATE J

4 - ADOPTION F

5 - MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE J

6 - MARRIAGE TERMINATION F

7 - COURT RECORDS F

F - FINANCIAL EVIDENCE Y

9 - MILITARY RECORDS F

10 - GERMANY POLICE CERTIFICATE J

10 - JORDAN POLICE CERTIFICATE J

FEE PAYMENT $

PHOTOGRAPH Y

F - PETITIONER MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE F

F - PETITIONER BIRTH CERTIFICATE F

11 - PETITIONER MARRIAGE TERMINATION F.

I, the applicant, have a standing job offer in the US waiting for me to get there.

we have city hall address registration from Germany with both our names on it.

we have tax returns and tax filing with both our names from Germany for 2013 and 2014.

we have pictures from vacations, trips, around Germany, Dubai, Jordan, Switzerland etc.

we have a joint bank account in Germany.

We have a joint insurance.

We didn't have a wedding, but a get together party as my wife has anxiety

we have medical bills with both names coming to the same address and paid from the joint bank account.

we dont have a huge chat log or call log as we live together since we got married in 2012.

we have plane tickets together.

we have pictures from a get together party with the family (a small celebration).

apartment lease contract with both names on it.

what else should we take or do? I am really confused lol

btw, is it easy to schedule for an earlier interview date in Germany? our interview date is set to July 23rd.

thanks a lot!

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