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Documents for CR-1 interview.. (London Embassy)

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Okay, I've been reading different stories about how people were asked for X item at interview which wasn't listed as something to bring for a CR-1 interview. So I want to write down exactly what I'm bringing with me and see if I've missed anything off!

- My passport

- My British birth cert (+1 photocopy)

- My marriage certificate (+1 photocopy)

- My UK police certificate (+1 photocopy)

- DS-230 Part II

- I-864 signed by my husband as the sponsor

- I-864 signed by my father-in-law as the joint sponsor

- Tax returns x 3 years for my husband

- Tax return x 1 year for my father-in-law

- Photocopy of my husband's birth certificate

- Photocopy of my husband's passport

- Photocopy of my father-in-law's birth certificate

- Photocopy of my father-in-law's passport

- My son's UK birth certificate & his American/British passports (as proof of relationship)

- Photos of myself with my husband and our son/families (as proof of relationship)

Do I need anything else?

Do I need to somehow prove my husband's domicile in the US? He's been there since April this year so it wouldn't be hard to prove.

Do I need to get paystubs for my father-in-law as it's his joint sponsorship that'll be getting me through this process!

Do I need to photocopy anything above not already listed as photocopied?

Do I need any originals that I've listed as photocopies on there?

Yes I realise I'm being completely #######, but I do not want to get there only to be told I've forgotten something.

IR-1 Timeline (DCF London)

15th Feb 2011 - Filed I-130 in London.

6th Apr 2011 - Sent letter requesting expedition of visa.

11th Apr 2011 - Received email approving request.

12th May 2011 - I-130 approved.

2nd June 2011 - Received case number via email. Booked medical.

3rd June 2011 - Sent forms DS-230, DS-2001 & cover letter today.

8th June 2011 - Medical Exam (£273.00 for medical & MMR/Tetanus injection)

11th July 2011 - Visa interview at 8am.

14th July 2011 - Visa in hand.

23rd July 2011 - Uniting my family today in San Antonio <3

11th Aug 2011 - Received 10yr Green Card in the mail

22nd Aug 2011 - Received SSN

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