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[Interview] What documents do you hand to them vs. what do you keep? (London)

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I know that you give them the original copies plus one photocopy of all the required documents, but I'm more wondering about the 'extras'. For example, for proof of relationship I have an envelope of photos dating several years. Do I pass that in along with all the original documents (I-864, marriage cert, birth cert., etc.,) or do I hold onto the photos on my person and have them just incase they ask for additional proof?  Same with the 'intent to domicile' proof - I have like 15 different documents proving intent to domicile, do I hand them all in at once or wait and see if they ask for the additional proof?

 

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