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Adjust Status Interview doesn't ask for POR?

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Hello, I have been going through the guides on the site and found them very useful and truthful! I have one question now, towards the end of the process

K1 Visa - Married in September - did biometrics about a month ago and our interview is next week.


We got the document asking for us to come for our interview and it only lists,



This document (the adjustment of status letter)


as needing to be brought to the interview. Our K1 was a pain but we submitted so much Proof of relationship.


On your guide, it says " One of the most critical items requested will be "evidence of the relationship" which proves that your marriage is true and faithful (i.e. photos, joint checking account, joint lease, joint mortgage, and birth certificates of children if any, etc.) "


If it didn't request those documents does that mean they don't want them? We were planning to bring them and I guess we will just in case but I'm just wanting to be sure.




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It is always a good idea to bring any evidence that shows your's is a bonafide marriage.  At the AOS stage this may not be a lot, but they may still like to see it.  In our case we brought the wedding photo album, joint tax returns that had been filed in the interim from the AOS submission to the interview, and insurance documents showing Katya on my health insurance.  You can bring joint utility bills, leases, car loans, or anything else that shows both of you on an account.  They may not ask for much, but it is a good idea to have it with you. This becomes much more important when it comes time to file for Removal of Conditions.


Good Luck!

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I agree that it's good to have with you. I also believe that since you have had a fast time to interview and are a K1 who therfore recently had an interview they are very aware that you pretty much JUST got here and got married. That's also why mny K1's don't even go through interviews at this stage... :)

You will probably have a pretty fast and painless interview experience. Don't stress it (as if me telling you will help lol)

Much luck! 

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