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AOS interview soon - co-sponsor question

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I am petitioning for my husband and we are getting ready for the interview in 2 weeks. I don't work and we needed a co-sponsor to help us, we filed all the required information in September 2016 - the co-sponsor's tax returns, employment letter and what was back then the last 2 months pay stubs. On the interview notice, we got the checklist which asks for a completed I-864, tax returns and pay stubs for the past 2 months and then it specifies unless already submitted. So we submitted all the required evidence, but should we update it and ask our co-sponsor for his most recent pay stubs and a current employment letter? Thank you. 

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4 hours ago, tbone1991 said:

I would do it to be safe. There's no harm to bring them.

I am only asking this because the co-sponsor is out of the country and I cannot get in touch with him and also don't know when he will be back. It worries me that I cannot bring updated information, but is it really needed? Or is the old information still good? He is still employed, just on vacation I guess. 

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