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Me and my husband doesn't have any bills together since we are subletting. So we need to have two people as affidavits. He has no one in his family that he can ask. I can ask my family, but they weren't here at the wedding. Do you think it is enough with my brides made and someone from my family as our affidavit?

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Me and my husband doesn't have any bills together since we are subletting. So we need to have two people as affidavits. He has no one in his family that he can ask. I can ask my family, but they weren't here at the wedding. Do you think it is enough with my brides made and someone from my family as our affidavit?

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Don't know what you're applying for...you don't state on your profile. You've had a wedding...are you applying for AOS? You don't need family do you? If you're looking to prove your domicile, could you not have a friend or landlord give you an affidavit?


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Me and my husband doesn't have any bills together since we are subletting. So we need to have two people as affidavits. He has no one in his family that he can ask. I can ask my family, but they weren't here at the wedding. Do you think it is enough with my brides made and someone from my family as our affidavit?

Affidavits are optional and only come into play with an I-130 filing. This is the fiance(e) visa forum. Please start by carefully studying the guides and form instructions. You'll find that any mention of affidavits and bills together come after the phrase, "in addition to the required". Interpret that literally as "not required".


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