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What Docs Do I take to Interview?

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Filed: Other Country: Bolivia
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Hello hello experts :D

My interview will be in a couple of days, I've already sent my Medical (sealed) and the Affidavit (Original form and copies of pay stubs, blah blah blah) and now I'm not sure if I should bring copies of all the forms that I sent ( I-130, G-325, I 485,etc.), and copies again of all the supporting docs. that I have sent.... Of course I know I have to bring every original.. but, is it also the forms and another set of copies from the originals???...

The reason why I ask is because I should have made another set of copies of the AOS package that we were sending.. BUT SURPRISE! I forgot.... :S .... So.. What papers do they ask you for in the interview??????????

Thank You A LOT!

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: France
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Don't worry about not makng copies of the original package that was sent out (I didn't) just bring all the supporting docs (original to what was sent), and everything that is listed on the interview letter...don't forget your passport


Greencard (2008):

July 16....AOS mailed;

July 17.......AOS received
July 21.......NOA1 receipt date

July 23.......Check Cashed
July 25.......Received NOA1

July 28.......Received Biometrics appointment
Aug 12.....received RFE notice

Aug 13...Biometrics Appointment

August 19...RFE received, case resumed processing
Oct. 8.........EAD Card production ordered

Oct. 16.......EAD Approval noticed mailed
Oct. 18........EAD in hand (came in mail)
Nov 3.........Interview Notice received in mail
Dec 4.........Interview APPROVED, CRIS email: card production ordered
Dec 9.........Welcome noticed received in mail Dec 9.........card production ordered
Dec 14.......Received greencard in mail

CITIZENSHIP (2014):
May 7...Application mailed out

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