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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Peru
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Hello Everyone,

My interview is going to be on june 16. I am gathering all our documents but I have a question ,,may be silly anyway here is my question:

I got the letter for initial interview with all the list of documents I need to take with me. Can anybody give me some examples about what "all documentation establishing your eligibility for lawful permanent resident status" means? is it about marriage certificate,joint bank account statement, etc?

thanks a lot :thumbs:

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Australia
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Hello Everyone,

My interview is going to be on june 16. I am gathering all our documents but I have a question ,,may be silly anyway here is my question:

I got the letter for initial interview with all the list of documents I need to take with me. Can anybody give me some examples about what "all documentation establishing your eligibility for lawful permanent resident status" means? is it about marriage certificate,joint bank account statement, etc?

thanks a lot :thumbs:

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Married only 2 years 1 month

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
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Really depends on WHY you are eligible to adjust status. If you can adjust because you are married to a USC, then you need to bring the marriage certificate. Also, bring your passport and your I-94 - since you are generally not eligible unless you entered the US legally (with few exceptions, of course).

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hello Everyone,

My interview is going to be on june 16. I am gathering all our documents but I have a question ,,may be silly anyway here is my question:

I got the letter for initial interview with all the list of documents I need to take with me. Can anybody give me some examples about what "all documentation establishing your eligibility for lawful permanent resident status" means? is it about marriage certificate,joint bank account statement, etc?

thanks a lot :thumbs:

Read the list carefully. If it mentions a form that you already filled out and submitted then you don't need to bring it. If it mentions a supporting document (like your marriage certificate) and you sent a photocopy of it then bring the original to the interview, just in case they want to examine it. If it mentions a supporting document, and you didn't already submit a photocopy of it, then bring an original AND a photocopy to the interview. If they ask for it at the interview then they'll keep the photocopy.

"Documentation establishing your eligibility", in your case, means evidence that you have a genuine marital relationship. Photos, joint billing statements, joint bank account statements, joint tax returns, etc. This is discretionary evidence, meaning the IO has discretion to determine whether it supports your case. Your marriage certificate is not discretionary - it's mandatory. You must have a certified copy of your marriage certificate, and you should have already submitted a photocopy of it.


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12/29/2009 - Married in Oakland, CA!

08/18/2010 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

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