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All pages of bank statements or just the ones that have our name and address

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I'm making copies of the bank statements and utility/phone bills that have our names on them. These statements or bills are each 3 or 4 pages long every month pretty much.

Do you folks recommend that I include all the 3 or 4 pages for every bill/statement that I plan on including or just the page that shows our name and address?

Also how many months of bills/statements should we include for each one.

Please advise.

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We just sent the front page of one recent statement for each of the two joint accounts, and one recent statement showing both our names on a business account.

You could additionally show a statement from the period when the spouse was added to the account to give some depth, but anything more than that would be overkill. You could just get a letter from each bank stating that relevant information as well, and not send any statements.

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Just one recent statement is fine . I did the same got approved without any RFE . You can make the copies of your credit and debit crads also.


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