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Hey Guys,

just a quick question is a copy of joint lease required to file for N-400 based on 3 year marriage?

we re moving to a new place and my wife doesnt have credit and the new apartment will be under my name only.

will that cause any problems?

Thanks!

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Hey Guys,

just a quick question is a copy of joint lease required to file for N-400 based on 3 year marriage?

we re moving to a new place and my wife doesnt have credit and the new apartment will be under my name only.

will that cause any problems?

Thanks!

Though your wife does not have credit she can be in the lease agreement. USCIS can be very picky for documentation if they are filing based on 3 year marriage.

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Hey Guys,

just a quick question is a copy of joint lease required to file for N-400 based on 3 year marriage?

we re moving to a new place and my wife doesnt have credit and the new apartment will be under my name only.

will that cause any problems?

Thanks!

I didnt sent a copy of the apt lease since is under my husband name alone.. I just sent the IRS that we do joint, banks accounts copy and the marriage certificate.. We dont have kids either.. so if they are not please with that they can come visit us anytime B-) Now Im Just waiting for the interview date..

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Was at our bank reading a sign about our American Patriot Act, that sure brought back bad memories when my wife first came here. Then it seems like the USCIS forgot all about that I-864 they force you to sign.

Wife came here with zero credit score, but married to me, had an excellent credit score after she finally received a probationary social security card. USCIS doesn't seem to know in practically every state, a spouse is equally responsible for the others debts. But they sure want some kind of proof you are equally responsible for paying the rent.

Just have your wife tell her IO what you told this board, your opinion was she didn't have a credit so didn't have her sign a joint leasing agreement. Let us know how her IO responds to that statement.

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