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I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence Evidence

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Hi, for those that already submitted I-751 and has a pending case or have already been approved. Can you please help me decide what evidence to submit? My husband and i have no kids and we are renting a room so we have no real lease. However, we do have joint accounts, joint cell bill, we vacation frequently etc. Will this be enough? Also how long did it take for you to receive a receipt notice?

Edited by Shanny89

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You can't submit what doesn't exist or what you don't have.


If they want more they will ask for it, and you can tell them why you can't provide it if you don't have anything further. Use the time between sending the package and when you receive and RFE and/or interview to amass further evidence from the present time.

Anything that shows both names and a date is useful.


Receipt/extension letter should take a couple of weeks max.

Edited by mindthegap

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Shanny, your evidence has to tell your story.


So here are some things to think about...


You want to show them how you handle money together as a couple.  So show them where money comes from (wages) and where you put it (bank account).  Show how you pay your rent.  If you do not have a formal lease, then get the owner of your "room" to write an affidavit saying how much you pay.  Show where that money comes from (bank account).


You want to show them how you pay your bills (phone).  You want to show them you travel together (you need reservations, boarding passes, and show how you pay for vacations-credit card?  Bank account?)


You want to show them that you have planned for the future.  Do you have wills?  Are you each other's Emergency Contact at your workplaces?  Do you have medical insurance together?  How do you pay for it (payroll deduction or bank account)?


Besides your vacations, what else do you do together?  Gym membership?  Library cards?


Start saving every single piece of mail that is sent in both your names to your address.


Do you start to see the pattern?  You just need to show them that you are living a life together.


Best of luck!


Sukie in NY

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