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Hi!

 

I've finally compiled my ROC packet to send in, any input would greatly be appreciated!! :)

Can you guys think of anything else I should put? Is this enough evidence?

 

Also a question I have - filling out the I-751 packet should I list myself as the translator? My wife speaks very little English so I completed the package for her but should we be listing myself as the translator? Or is it fine if she just signs it as if she completed it herself?

 

1) I-751 Packet

2) One Check for $680

3) Front & Back Copy of Green Card

4) 2 Passport Style Photos

 - Evidence -

1) Copy of Marriage Certificate Translation

2) Copy of child's birth certificate listing both of us as parents

3) Copies of our Driver's License/State ID's confirming address

4) 2015 AND 2016 IRS Tax Transcript

5) Copy of Joint Checking Account Statement from 01/2016 - Current

6) Statement from Bank confirming Credit Card holder and wife as authorized user

7) Copy front and back of credit card for both individuals

8) 1st Anniversary Hotel Confirmation, Zoo Ticket Receipt for 2 people, Groupon Email confirmation for Cruise

9) Copy of first vehicle registration in both our names

10) Copy of first vehicle title in both our names

11) Copy of joint health/dental benefits from my employer for my LPR spouse

12) Copy of Allstate benefit verification for critical illness listing myself and spouse

13) Copies of our booking confirmation/airplane tickets to/from two different international locations visiting family

- And a separate little photo book with pictures over the course span of the last two years -

 

Thank You :)

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I'm not sure what the answer is to your translator question, but I think your evidence looks great. In addition to bank statements, we also included joint utility bills for last 2 years, state tax returns, and wills/power of attorneys. If you have time, might not hurt to add.

 

Good luck!


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46 minutes ago, mrskvelasco said:

I'm not sure what the answer is to your translator question, but I think your evidence looks great. In addition to bank statements, we also included joint utility bills for last 2 years, state tax returns, and wills/power of attorneys. If you have time, might not hurt to add.

 

Good luck!

Many thanks for your response!

We live with my brother so we don't pay rent/utilities. As far as state tax returns we've included the IRS transcripts. Is state tax return not included in that? Where can I get that from?
And great idea on the will/POA, maybe we can draft something quick up and get it notarized.

Thanks!

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