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[I-751] Is the evidence I submitted sufficient for my wife's ROC?

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My wife and I filed for her ROC back in February of this year with the Vermont Service Center. I realize they're pretty backed up, but I've been getting pretty anxious about the evidence I sent. Does the following seem sufficient?

- Copy of wife's green card (front and back)

- Copy of 2014 Joint Tax Return (from TaxAct, not IRS. kinda nervous about this one)

- Partial copy of our joint USAA bank account statement.

- Partial copy of our joint PNC bank account statement.

(Apparently I should have included multiple months and the transaction pages for the bank accounts, but I was only thinking about proving joint ownership)

- Copy of documents from my employer detailing my wife's status as beneficiary as well as joint coverage on Health, Dental and Life Insurance policies.

- Copy of our car title showing joint ownership

- Copy of our shopping club membership cards

- Copy of our health insurance ID cards

- Package containing photos from the past two years. (roughly 10-15)

We were living with my parents at the time of filing, so no lease or utility docs were included, but we've since moved out. Is it possible to proactively send those supporting documents in?

Thanks for any replies!

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I would wait for any RFE before sending more documentation.

You're right in that you should have sent bank statements in. Generally you want to include one for each quarter but a lot of people send everything from the inception of the account (preferably from the inception of marriage but if you came in on a CR-1 USCIS apparently understands that joint accounts may not be practical or possible before the immigrant moved over).

Basically you want to send in everything you can that has both your names on it from as far back as they began.

Edited by Ketsuban

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I would wait for any RFE before sending more documentation.

You're right in that you should have sent bank statements in. Generally you want to include one for each quarter but a lot of people send everything from the inception of the account (preferably from the inception of marriage but if you came in on a CR-1 USCIS apparently understands that joint accounts may not be practical or possible before the immigrant moved over).

Basically you want to send in everything you can that has both your names on it from as far back as they began.

Sounds good. But other than that it looks decent? I'll start throwing together a second package just in case we get an RFE come February.

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Do you have the tax return from 2015 available?

Yes, not the official IRS return, but I can order our past 3 years' joint returns from them if need be. We didn't have the 2015 return at the time of filing since we sent the package to USCIS at the beginning of February.

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