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After waiting and waiting and waiting I finally got RFE I sent them everything I have not sure what else to send. Here's a list of what I originally mailed:

• Copies of our passports and my husband's green card (front and back).

• Copy of our driver's license show the same address.

• Three sworn affidavits from family and friends, attesting to our relationship and marriage.

• Copy of tax statements for 2008 and 2009 show that we filed jointly.

• Joint checking account statements at Landmark National Bank.

• Joint saving account statements at Landmark National Bank.

• Copies of joint stock account statements at Etrade.

• Old statements for saving account we had with Bank of America.

• Forms show me as a beneficiary on my husband's life insurance and (401)K at his former company.

• Copies of joint car insurance.

• Copy of the title of our car, showing joint ownership.

• Copies of cell phone statements show that we have a family plan.

• Copy of joint life insurance policy.

• Family photos.

• Copy of marriage license.

• Copy of our airline reservations for two vacations in May 2009 and June 2010.

• Copy of a hotel reservation for a vacation in May 2010.

• Email correspondence.

• Copies of cards addressed to both of us.

• Copy of our wedding guest book.

• Cable/Internet/Land phone bills under my husband's name that show the same address.

Any ideas what else to send??

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What does the RFE specifially ask for?

Good luck


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birth certificate of children... we dont have children yet.

utility bills of both names.... we dont have cause we live with my father in law

financial records such as bank statements... mailed statements for last two years for our checking account plus statements for saving and stock trading account

joint tax returned... mailed it already

joint insuarnce.. mailed copy of joint car insurance and life insurance and vision insurance

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birth certificate of children... we dont have children yet.

utility bills of both names.... we dont have cause we live with my father in law

financial records such as bank statements... mailed statements for last two years for our checking account plus statements for saving and stock trading account

joint tax returned... mailed it already

joint insuarnce.. mailed copy of joint car insurance and life insurance and vision insurance

When did you file?


2001-2008 F1

08/2008 - AOS VSC

07/2009 - end of 8yrs of grad sch

02/14/09 - ID, GC approved

02/27/09 - CGC rcvd

11/16/2010 - 751 sent - CSC

03/29/2011 - 751 approved

11/15/11 - N400 Sent

11/18/11 - Notice Date

01/27/12 - Interview Date

03/15/12 - Oath Ceremony

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hi i got rfe too. get IRS transcript with w2, do u have phone bill online? or any bills that u pay online u can just add up ur spouse thats what i did, a dd up my husband to my clear wire internet, and my sprint phone bill add my husband.

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hi i got rfe too and got approved after a week aftyer i sent my rfe docs. Go to your IRS local office get a IRS transcript with w2. Do u have phone bills online? or any bills that u pay online u can just add ur spouse thats what i did, added up my husband to my clear wire internet, and my sprint phone bill.

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I don't see anything like a mortgage or lease. You mentioned living with your father in law. Did you send anything from him stating this?

no i didnt what happened is after i got married i moved with my wife in her house and we were planning on selling the house and move so we never bothered to add my name to it and we just moved couple weeks with my father in law.

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no i didnt what happened is after i got married i moved with my wife in her house and we were planning on selling the house and move so we never bothered to add my name to it and we just moved couple weeks with my father in law.

Go ahead and mail them whatever they asked for, again. And try to add any additional forms of evidence. Even junk mail will count as evidence.


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I-751 (waiver) Timeline:
1/22/2010 Sent I-751 Waiver to VSC
1/26/2010 NOA
2/19/2010 Biometrics
4/30/2010 Card Production ordered (الحمد لله )
5/05/2010 Received Approval Notice
5/22/2010 Card Received
N:400
12/07/2012: Sent N400

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12/26/2012: Biometrics
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It does not make sense that with so much evidence you sent to get an RFE. By the way does the RFE notifications gets updated on the Online status or does it only come in mail? We are out of town and can't check the mail every day, I am only checking my online updates..I think you will get the condition removed, this RFE is just a hurdle..

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yea I wasn't expecting RFE. It's just really depends on the person who review your application. My status haven't changed online since I mailed the application still says "Initial Review". In some cases it will update to show that RFE has been sent but not in my case! So I wont count on checking status online only!

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IMSE,

I've made a list of what I have submitted with my package.

We did have a few things missing that we did not submit like:

1. Joint Auto and Home ownership lease / mortgage / title.

2. Sworn Affidavits. (I didnt think it was necessary)

3. Birth Certificate of our child. (it took a long time for the county to get it to me)

So, I think just call to see if the RFE is valid. If it is, just wait for it and send them what they are asking for.

Here is a list of what I have sent with the packet.

Application fee - $465 (plus $80 biometric service fee) in a check of $545.00

• Form I-751

• Copy of Permanent Resident Card (Form I-551)

• Copy 2009 and 2008 US Federal and State Tax Return (Form 1040 and W2)

• Copy of bank verification letter from Bank of America

• Copy of joint membership and credit card accounts

• Copy of fixed annuity statements addressing my wife as beneficiary

• Copy of joint auto insurance policy

• Copy of joint utility bills (LADPW and Gas Company)

• Copy of Cord Blood Registry certificate

• Copy of hospital record with father and mother’s names

• Copy of baby’s first arrival certificate

• Copy of baby registry

• Copy of cell phone statements

• Copies of Christmas cards, invitations and church certificates

• Copies of ticket stubs from sports games and events

• Copies of trip itineraries

• Copies of photos

Edited by Dr Mirage

ROC Filing date : 10-20-2010

NOA date for I-751 : 10-21-2010

I-751 Biometrics Appt Date: 12-01-2010

I-751 Approval : 02-08-2011

Green Card Received Date : 02-15-2011

AOS Filing date : 06-12-2008

NOA date for I-485 : 06-19-2008

I-485 Biometrics Appt Date : 07-17-2008

Interview Date : 12-05-2008

Approval Date : 12-05-2008

Green Card Received Date : 12-17-2008

EAD Filed Date : 06-12-2008

EAD NOA Date : 06-29-2008

EAD Biometrics Appointment Date : 07-17-2008

EAD Approved Date : 08-18-2008

EAD Card Received : 08-29-2008

AP Filed Date : 07-31-2008

AP NOA Date : 08-04-2008

AP Approved Date : 09-16-2008

AP Date Received : 09-22-2008

K1 I-129F Sent : 08-22-2007

I-129F NOA1 : 10-03-2007

Touch (RFE Trick) : 02-01-2008

I-129F NOA2 : 02-01-2008

Touch : 02-03-2008

NVC Received : 02-11-2008

NVC Left : 02-19-2008

Consulate Received : 02-25-2008

Interview Date : 04-22-2008

Visa Received : 04-26-2008

US Entry : 05-02-2008

Marriage : 05-16-2008

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