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Hi Everyone,

For the inerview it says "bring all documentation establishing your eligibility for lawful permanent resident status. I am guessing that would be the marriage certificate and supporting documents. This is new 'cuz I don't know what would be the documents that supports my eligibility other than marriage related documents. I was on the F-1 visa status prior to my application for adjustment of status but I do not thnk this would refer to myF-1 visa and I-20 forms etc. One other thing is that it also asks for us to bring my spouse's birth certificate and her evidence of U.S. citizenship. How does a U.S. Citizen prove that he or she is a citizen other than the birth certificate. If anybody knows smth about these two issues I'd appreciate the answer.

Thank you

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: England
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I adjusted from an F1 visa also, Well to prove your eligibility, you need to prove you are married and there is a co-mingling of your finances. There are documents (you don't have, to have them all, but the more the better!) with both your names on it, such as a lease, house deeds, car insurance, health insurance, 401k, credit cards, bills, cell phone, bank account (VERY IMPORTANT) and joint tax returns (ALSO IMPORTANT), we even had a copy of out vet records for our dog! Another thing they might want to see are letters addressed to you both from friends and family.

About proving ur spouses citizenship, your correct in saying that her birth certificate is proof, also her US passport and also this doesn't apply to you but also citizenship papers would be proof too!

Hope this helps a little, good luck :thumbs:

Edited by pinayangelus

May 2002 -- Met online.

07/16/02 -- Decided to start a long distance relationship.

01/09/04 -- Finally met him in person when he visited me in London, UK.

June & Dec 04 -- Visited him in Los Angeles, CA.

07/10/05 -- Arrived in the U.S. on F-1 Visa.

07/18/05 -- Got married in Las Vegas, NV.

01/08/09 -- Visited London, UK with him.

06/12/09 -- My graduation, F-1 Visa expires in 60 days.

07/30/09 -- Sent off I-485 and I-130 TODAY!

08/02/09 -- Delivered to Chicago Lockbox @ 9.35pm.

08/05/09 -- Checks cashed.

08/08/09 -- Recieved 4 NOA-1's (I-130, I-485, I-131 and I-765).

08/11/09 -- Recieved Biometrics Appointment for 08/28/09 @ 10am.

08/13/09 -- Early (Walk-In) Biometrics taken today.

08/28/09 -- Original Biometrics Appointment.

09/08/09 -- Recieved Interview Appointment in Los Angeles, CA for 10/09/09 @ 9.45am.

09/15/09 -- EAD card production ordered.

09/16/09 -- AP document approval notice sent.

09/22/09 -- AP document recieved.

09/22/09 -- EAD approval notice recieved.

09/23/09 -- EAD recieved.

09/24/09 -- Applied for SSN.

10/02/09 -- Recieved SSN in the mail.

10/09/09 -- Interview Appointment in Los Angeles, CA @ 9.45am. APPROVED

10/15/09 -- Green card production ordered.

10/16/09 -- Recieved I-485 and I-130 Approval/Welcome letter.

10/21/09 -- Green Card recieved, IN HAND.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: England
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I adjusted from an F1 visa also, Well to prove your eligibility, you need to prove you are married and there is a co-mingling of your finances. There are documents (you don't have, to have them all, but the more the better!) with both your names on it that the interviewing officer would may ask to see, such as a lease, house deeds, car insurance, health insurance, 401k, credit cards, bills, cell phone, bank account (VERY IMPORTANT) and joint tax returns (ALSO IMPORTANT), we even had a copy of out vet records for our dog! Another thing they might want to see are letters addressed to you both from friends and family.

About proving ur spouses citizenship, your correct in saying that her birth certificate is proof, also her US passport and also this doesn't apply to you but also citizenship papers would be proof too!

Hope this helps a little, good luck :thumbs:

Edited by pinayangelus

May 2002 -- Met online.

07/16/02 -- Decided to start a long distance relationship.

01/09/04 -- Finally met him in person when he visited me in London, UK.

June & Dec 04 -- Visited him in Los Angeles, CA.

07/10/05 -- Arrived in the U.S. on F-1 Visa.

07/18/05 -- Got married in Las Vegas, NV.

01/08/09 -- Visited London, UK with him.

06/12/09 -- My graduation, F-1 Visa expires in 60 days.

07/30/09 -- Sent off I-485 and I-130 TODAY!

08/02/09 -- Delivered to Chicago Lockbox @ 9.35pm.

08/05/09 -- Checks cashed.

08/08/09 -- Recieved 4 NOA-1's (I-130, I-485, I-131 and I-765).

08/11/09 -- Recieved Biometrics Appointment for 08/28/09 @ 10am.

08/13/09 -- Early (Walk-In) Biometrics taken today.

08/28/09 -- Original Biometrics Appointment.

09/08/09 -- Recieved Interview Appointment in Los Angeles, CA for 10/09/09 @ 9.45am.

09/15/09 -- EAD card production ordered.

09/16/09 -- AP document approval notice sent.

09/22/09 -- AP document recieved.

09/22/09 -- EAD approval notice recieved.

09/23/09 -- EAD recieved.

09/24/09 -- Applied for SSN.

10/02/09 -- Recieved SSN in the mail.

10/09/09 -- Interview Appointment in Los Angeles, CA @ 9.45am. APPROVED

10/15/09 -- Green card production ordered.

10/16/09 -- Recieved I-485 and I-130 Approval/Welcome letter.

10/21/09 -- Green Card recieved, IN HAND.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Romania
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Hi Everyone,

For the inerview it says "bring all documentation establishing your eligibility for lawful permanent resident status. I am guessing that would be the marriage certificate and supporting documents. This is new 'cuz I don't know what would be the documents that supports my eligibility other than marriage related documents. I was on the F-1 visa status prior to my application for adjustment of status but I do not thnk this would refer to myF-1 visa and I-20 forms etc. One other thing is that it also asks for us to bring my spouse's birth certificate and her evidence of U.S. citizenship. How does a U.S. Citizen prove that he or she is a citizen other than the birth certificate. If anybody knows smth about these two issues I'd appreciate the answer.

Thank you

Alexander79-don't forget to bring your EAD card-I guess you got one already.

An US passport will be the alternative proof of US citizenship.


My N-400 Journey

06-02-2017 - N-400 package mailed to Dallas Lockbox

06-06-2017 - Credit card charged; received text and email confirming that application was received and NOA is on its way

06-10-2017 - Received NOA letter from NBC dated 06-05-2017

06-16-2017 - Received Biometrics Appointment Letter for 06-28-2017

01-19-2018 - Interview Letter sent

02-27-18 - Interview and Oath Ceremony. Finally US CITIZEN! 

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03-08-2012 - I-751 package mailed to VSC

03-10-2012 - I-751 package delivered

03-14-2012 - Check cashed

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11-23-2012 - ROC approved

11-28-2012 - Approval letter received

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You also need to show evidence that you are here legally in the first place, that's part of what makes you eligible for adjustment along with your marriage to a USC.

For example, my husband was a VWP adjuster, so he had to show his I-94. Not sure about all the details for an F-1 visa holder, but I think you get my point. :)

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Filed: Other Country: Russia
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You should bring eveything that is connected with your previous status, it may come up so you need to be ready. U should bring your I-94, I-20. As far as provong the U.S. citizenship, the letter means you can bring a birth certificate or other documentation proving U.S. ctizenship. Since your spouse has a birth certificate, that is all he will need to bring to prove citizenship if she was born here. Some people are citizens of the US but weren't born here,so their birth certificate won't prove anything. Therefore they need to bring the bc along with a document proving US citizenship. If she has a passport, you should bring it too just in case.

I'm also going to bring all the letters that I have recieved from USCIS to my interview.


2-year green card application:

07/29/2009- Mailed I-130, I-485, I-693, I-864, I-864A, G-325A, I-765 via USPS.

08/02/2009- Package delivered to Chicago.

08/06/2009- Checks cashed.

08/10/2009- Received NOA's for I-485, I-130, I-765 (issued August 6th).

08/19/2009- Recieved Biometrics Appointment notice (bio apt 9/12 at 9am).

08/21/2009- Recieved RFE for I-485 (issued August 17th).

08/22/2009- Responded to RFE.

09/01/2009- Case processing resumed (RFE recieved on 8/27/2009).

09/01/2009- Walk-in biometrics at 1:00pm, in and out in 15mins.

09/09/2009- Recieved e-mail: EAD card production ordered on 09/08/2009.

09/14/2009- Recieved another e-mail: EAD card production ordered (AGAIN!) on 09/11/2009.

09/16/2009- EAD recieved in the mail.

09/21/2009- Applied for a SSN.

09/30/2009- Recieved SSC.

10/14/2009- Received interview notice (Interview on 11/16 at 9:35am)

11/16/2009- Interview,APPROVED and CARD production ordered e-mail!Yay!

11/19/2009- Welcome Notice Recieved and Card production ordered e-mail again!

11/27/2009- Received green card in the mail!

Removal of Conditions:

09/09/2011- Sent the package via Priority mail, with delivery confirmation.

09/12/2011- Package delivered.

09/13/2011- Check cashed.

09/14/2011- NOA issued and received on 09/17/2011.

09/15/2011- Biometrics appointment issued for 10/05

11/21/2011- Card production ordered.

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