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Sent my I-751 form 5 days ago and they cashed my money order

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Hello friends, so basically I sent my i-751 package last week and I was so scared because 15 days left till my Current green card expires. Today I checked the status of my money order and it looks like they cashed today, so is that mean at least I filed it on time so I shouldn't worry about not filing on time with the 90 days period? Also this is what I sent, please tell me if I'm short or missed something. Thank you guys.

Copy of the tax statement for 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Copies our two cars insurances.
Copy of the title of our cars, showing joint ownership.
Copy of our Bank accounts showing a joint account.
Copies of our house lease showing both our names.
Copy of Comcast utility on my wife’s name.
Copy of our driver licenses showing our address.
We don't have a morgage and live insurance, and also we don't have kids yet, so Is there anything else I'm missing? Thanks.

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You're fine, and should be receiving the 1-year extension letter in a couple days.

Also your list of evidence looks fine to me, and if it's not USCIS will send you an RFE and/or schedule you an interview. If your marriage is legitimate, you have nothing to worry about.

It's hard to say what you're "missing" because everyone is in different situations.

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I support what @ jeffkadrliktorr said.. I think your list of evidence is okay and as long as your marriage is true and legit you have absolutely nothing to worry. Uscis received mine 2 weeks ago and the evidences I sent were almost the same besides that we have a son which is a gift from God. Merry Christmas everyone.

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You're fine, and should be receiving the 1-year extension letter in a couple days.

Also your list of evidence looks fine to me, and if it's not USCIS will send you an RFE and/or schedule you an interview. If your marriage is legitimate, you have nothing to worry about.

It's hard to say what you're "missing" because everyone is in different situations.

Yes, I did receive the extension letter today, Thank you.

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