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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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As I'm getting ready to gather my final documents here for our interview in Montreal, I want to make sure I have everything that is required. I submitted the I-864EZ as I solely used my income for the support. When I submitted the package as we did EP, I submitted a copy of my 2008 federal tax returns as well as the last 6 months worth of paystubs. At the interview what exactly is required? A copy of the 2008 federal tax returns and how many pay stubs do I need to bring? I can bring my W2 from 2009 as well as my 2009 federal return as it is now done too. Do these need to be originals or are copies okay?

thanks so much!


Married July 5th, 2009, Laguna Beach, CA

USCIS:

I-130 package sent - 8/14/2009

NOA1 (hardcopy) - 8/25/2009

NOA2 (hardcopy)- 9/24/2009

NVC:

NVC Received : 10/7/2009

Pay AOS Bill : 10/26/2009

OPTED IN for EP/Submitted DS-3032: 10/27/2009

Confirmation of EP Returned: 11/10/2009

Return Completed I-864 : 11/10/2009

Receive IV Bill : 11/13/2009

Pay IV Bill : 12/27/2009

Return Completed DS-230 Package : 12/29/2009

Case Completed at NVC : 1/13/2010

Medical in Montreal : 4/12/2010 passed!

Interview in Montreal: 4/15/2010 passed!

POE at Coutts/Sweetgrass MT: around 5/8/2010

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

As I'm getting ready to gather my final documents here for our interview in Montreal, I want to make sure I have everything that is required. I submitted the I-864EZ as I solely used my income for the support. When I submitted the package as we did EP, I submitted a copy of my 2008 federal tax returns as well as the last 6 months worth of paystubs. At the interview what exactly is required? A copy of the 2008 federal tax returns and how many pay stubs do I need to bring? I can bring my W2 from 2009 as well as my 2009 federal return as it is now done too. Do these need to be originals or are copies okay?

thanks so much!

Anyone?


Married July 5th, 2009, Laguna Beach, CA

USCIS:

I-130 package sent - 8/14/2009

NOA1 (hardcopy) - 8/25/2009

NOA2 (hardcopy)- 9/24/2009

NVC:

NVC Received : 10/7/2009

Pay AOS Bill : 10/26/2009

OPTED IN for EP/Submitted DS-3032: 10/27/2009

Confirmation of EP Returned: 11/10/2009

Return Completed I-864 : 11/10/2009

Receive IV Bill : 11/13/2009

Pay IV Bill : 12/27/2009

Return Completed DS-230 Package : 12/29/2009

Case Completed at NVC : 1/13/2010

Medical in Montreal : 4/12/2010 passed!

Interview in Montreal: 4/15/2010 passed!

POE at Coutts/Sweetgrass MT: around 5/8/2010

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Hi,

You will need the original of everything you scanned and sent - so you will want to bring all that.

Six recent paystubs should suffice as well as your original 2009 1040 and W2s. If you efiled, just print off a copy of the return and sign it. If you filed on paper, take the original and photocopy everything, so they can give you the originals back.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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thanks Trailmix, you're always so helpful!


Married July 5th, 2009, Laguna Beach, CA

USCIS:

I-130 package sent - 8/14/2009

NOA1 (hardcopy) - 8/25/2009

NOA2 (hardcopy)- 9/24/2009

NVC:

NVC Received : 10/7/2009

Pay AOS Bill : 10/26/2009

OPTED IN for EP/Submitted DS-3032: 10/27/2009

Confirmation of EP Returned: 11/10/2009

Return Completed I-864 : 11/10/2009

Receive IV Bill : 11/13/2009

Pay IV Bill : 12/27/2009

Return Completed DS-230 Package : 12/29/2009

Case Completed at NVC : 1/13/2010

Medical in Montreal : 4/12/2010 passed!

Interview in Montreal: 4/15/2010 passed!

POE at Coutts/Sweetgrass MT: around 5/8/2010

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