I was a bit lazy when I sent in the I-751. I thought that they didn't want a bunch of papers of the whole tax returns so I only sent in the front page and yeah, kept it simple with photos from our wedding and travels. I mistakenly had the attitude of "we have nothing to hide, if they don't believe us, sure, come by and check us out".
Now, of course, this means more work for me now instead. -_____-
So, should I send in a sex tape?
We've filed taxes together since 2013 I believe. Do we print out that whole thing and send? I think it's like... 20 pages. Such a waste of paper!
I'm also pretty sure I'm listed as his spouse on his retirement plan - does that work to send in?
I think I'm also his "emergency" person on his health care plan but we decided to not put me under his job's health care plan cause it was expensive and my home country (of which I go back to fairly often) provide health care for me so I only have an emergency plan. But I guess that might work?
We have a savings account together opened in 2013 and I thought we had sent in the right stuff but apparently not - is there like any papers that's just one side that could work as evidence that we've had this account for a while and there's money in it?
Also, he's on the lease of our rental building but I should be listed as occupant. Does that work?
Apart from that, I'm not sure what other 'legal' shit we can send. We're young modern new yorkers - aka we don't own a house, a car and definitely no children. They didn't want any more photos or travel plans...