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RFE Response - Letter for different addresses

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Hi,

We are in the process of removing conditions. We sent tax returns, some bills, some pictures, our joint health insurance, out join bank account with I-751.

We received the RFE blue letter asking for evidence that covers the whole time from our marriage date.

We lived with my in-laws when we arrived (For about 9 months) until I found a job in another state. we have everything for our new location (the last 1.5 year) but We don't have much financial evidence for the period of time that we lived with them.

My question is, does it help that we send a letter from my father-in-law saying that we lived with them? what else can we send ? we have some pictures from when we lived with them. We are a little stressed because in the blue paper it says if you don't send everything at ONE TIME you may get denied :o that's why we want to make sure we do it right.

one more question, I want to ask my neighbor and maybe some co-workers that know us to write us letter but I read somewhere that "these letters should be from someone that knew us the whole time from where we entered US". obviously my neighbor and my co-workers knew us only from when we moved to our new location? is it going to be a problem ?

Thank you in advance for any help

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Hi,

We are in the process of removing conditions. We sent tax returns, some bills, some pictures, our joint health insurance, out join bank account with I-751.

We received the RFE blue letter asking for evidence that covers the whole time from our marriage date.

We lived with my in-laws when we arrived (For about 9 months) until I found a job in another state. we have everything for our new location (the last 1.5 year) but We don't have much financial evidence for the period of time that we lived with them.

My question is, does it help that we send a letter from my father-in-law saying that we lived with them? what else can we send ? we have some pictures from when we lived with them. We are a little stressed because in the blue paper it says if you don't send everything at ONE TIME you may get denied :o that's why we want to make sure we do it right.

one more question, I want to ask my neighbor and maybe some co-workers that know us to write us letter but I read somewhere that "these letters should be from someone that knew us the whole time from where we entered US". obviously my neighbor and my co-workers knew us only from when we moved to our new location? is it going to be a problem ?

Thank you in advance for any help

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I would send a letter explaining the situation as well as a letter from your father in law. Affidavits are good too. Anything that shows the same address and joint assests. Insurance cards, driver license copies, mail addressed to both of you. USCIS seems to be rfe happy lately. Resubmit your original evidence too in case they lost it.


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I would send a letter explaining the situation as well as a letter from your father in law. Affidavits are good too. Anything that shows the same address and joint assests. Insurance cards, driver license copies, mail addressed to both of you. USCIS seems to be rfe happy lately. Resubmit your original evidence too in case they lost it.

Thank you very much menina for your response. beside the letter from my father-in-law, we have driver licenses from both states. I will also ask my neighbor and co-workers to write a letter. even though it just spans the last 1.5 years but I think it won't hurt. right ? I will also resubmit everything.

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Thank you very much menina for your response. beside the letter from my father-in-law, we have driver licenses from both states. I will also ask my neighbor and co-workers to write a letter. even though it just spans the last 1.5 years but I think it won't hurt. right ? I will also resubmit everything.

Hi, We were in a similar situation ( already approved ;) ) we made sure that we wrote a cover letter explaining the change in address and we also had my father in law to write a detailed letter explaining that we lived with him and he was supporting us financially in other words, he was paying for the bills/rent/food... but if you can include any holiday cards/pictures of family together or anything of that sort' I am pretty sure it'll help.

Thanks.

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