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Hi!

I'm a new poster and I'm getting ready to submit my application concurrently. I've read the guide and the forums thoroughly however just like to double check that I have not missed anything.

Package

USCIS

Attn: FBAS

131 South Dearborn – 3rd Floor

Chicago, IL 60603-5517

May 22, 2012

Dear Sir/Madam:

Please kindly find enclosed concurrent filing of forms: Concurrent Filing of I-130 (Petition for Alien Relative), I-485 (Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status), I-765 (Application for Employment Authorization).

Contents to include:

1. Money order in the amount of $420 for I-130

2. Money order in the amount of $1,070 for I-485

3. Form G-1145 E-Notification of application/petition acceptance

4. I-130 Petition for Alien Relative

a. Copy of US Citizen’s birth certificate

b. Copy of marriage certificate

c. G-325a signed by US Citizen

d. G-325a signed by beneficiary

e. Passport photo of US Citizen (placed in small plastic bag along with beneficiary’s photo)

f. Passport photo of beneficiary (placed in a small plastic bag, labeled with full name)

g. Evidence of Bona fide marriage

i. Copy of joint bank account statement for May

ii. Copy of life insurance policy

iii. Selection of pictures that document relationship and marriage

5. I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status

a. Copy of passport’s biographical page

b. Copy of marriage certificate

c. Copy of birth certificate

d. G-325a signed by beneficiary

e. Two passport-type pictures of beneficiary (placed in a small plastic bag, labeled with full name)

f. I-693 completed by civil surgeon (sealed in an envelope)

6. I-864 Affidavit of Support

a. Copy of Petitioner’s IRS tax return transcript for the year of 2011

b. Copy of Petitioner’s employment letter

c. Tax income letter regarding years 2010 and 2009

d. Copy of recent pay stub

7. I-765 Application for Employment Document

a. Copy of biographical page in passport

b. Two passport photos

[signature]


AOS Journey

Day 00 (06/05/2012) Package mailed
Day 01 (06/06/2012) Package delivered
Day 03 (06/08/2012) NOA e-notifications received
Day 06 (06/11/2012) NOA hard copies received
Day 13 (06/18/2012) Biometrics appointment for July 11
Day 36 (07/11/2012) Biometrics completed
Day 48 (07/23/2012) Interview notice received for August 27
Day 67 (08/11/2012) First notification for EAD production
Day 71 (08/15/2012) Second notification for EAD production
Day 72 (08/16/2012) Third notification for EAD production
Day 74 (08/18/2012) EAD card received
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Interview @ 10:15
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Email notification they have registered new permanent resident status
Day 84 (08/28/2012) Email notification that the I-130 is approved
Day 86 (08/30/2012) First notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Welcome letter received
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Second notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Third notification for GC production
Day 88 (09/01/2012) I-130 approval letter received
Day 91 (09/04/2012) Green card received

ROC Journey

Day 00 (06/21/2014) Package mailed

Day 02 (06/23/2014) Package delivered

Day 05 (06/26/2014) NOA received

Day 12 (07/03/2014) Biometrics notice received

Day 27 (07/18/2014) Biometrics completed

Day 48 (08/08/2014) Email/text notification of approval

Day 49 (08/09/2014) First notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Second notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Third notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) I-751 approval letter received

Day 55 (08/15/2014) Green card received

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So just to confirm, you're from Canada, so no visa or I-94, right? What proof do you have of a legal entry?


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8/17/10: INTERVIEW DAY (day 123) APPROVED!!

ROC:
5/23/12: Sent out package
2/06/13: APPROVED!

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I'm from Canada, entered legally. I was not given an I-94 and I crossed over by car. From what I have been reading on here I don't need an I-94? Is that correct?


AOS Journey

Day 00 (06/05/2012) Package mailed
Day 01 (06/06/2012) Package delivered
Day 03 (06/08/2012) NOA e-notifications received
Day 06 (06/11/2012) NOA hard copies received
Day 13 (06/18/2012) Biometrics appointment for July 11
Day 36 (07/11/2012) Biometrics completed
Day 48 (07/23/2012) Interview notice received for August 27
Day 67 (08/11/2012) First notification for EAD production
Day 71 (08/15/2012) Second notification for EAD production
Day 72 (08/16/2012) Third notification for EAD production
Day 74 (08/18/2012) EAD card received
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Interview @ 10:15
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Email notification they have registered new permanent resident status
Day 84 (08/28/2012) Email notification that the I-130 is approved
Day 86 (08/30/2012) First notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Welcome letter received
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Second notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Third notification for GC production
Day 88 (09/01/2012) I-130 approval letter received
Day 91 (09/04/2012) Green card received

ROC Journey

Day 00 (06/21/2014) Package mailed

Day 02 (06/23/2014) Package delivered

Day 05 (06/26/2014) NOA received

Day 12 (07/03/2014) Biometrics notice received

Day 27 (07/18/2014) Biometrics completed

Day 48 (08/08/2014) Email/text notification of approval

Day 49 (08/09/2014) First notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Second notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Third notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) I-751 approval letter received

Day 55 (08/15/2014) Green card received

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I'm from Canada, entered legally. I was not given an I-94 and I crossed over by car. From what I have been reading on here I don't need an I-94? Is that correct?

Do you have a stamp in your passport that says where you crossed and when?

The packet looks good, when you say "birth certificate" do you mean petitioner or beneficiary? In I-130 you need both.


3/23/2012 (Day 0) - I-130, I-485 and I-765 sent
4/02/2012 (Day 11) - Hard Copy of NOA1 in the mail of I-130, I-485 and I-765
4/04/2012 (Day 13) - Received a letter for biometrics appointment for 4/20/2012.
4/20/2012 (Day 29) - Biometrics done
5/03/2012 (Day 42) - Status online changed to interview, scheduled for June 11
5/16/2012 (Day 55) - EAD Card Production, online status update
5/24/2012 (Day 63) - EAD Card in the mail
6/11/2012 (Day 83) - Interview, approved on the spot

05/19/2014 (Day 0) - Mailed I-751

05/27/2014 (Day 8) - Received NOA1

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Do you have a stamp in your passport that says where you crossed and when?

The packet looks good, when you say "birth certificate" do you mean petitioner or beneficiary? In I-130 you need both.

No need for a stamp.

The applicant is a Canadian - our passport is understood as your proof of legal entry.

No I-94, no stamp.

From my recollection is that the I-130 only calls for the petitioners birth certificate.

Looks good. Do you have any more paystubs you can throw in or did the petitioner just start work?

Edited by jdh

July 2005 - met my awesome, hot, amazing love in Lousiana.
July 2006 - Married said love and moved to Canada.
June 2011 - Entered US to visit family, decided to stay.
Feb. 2012 - Sent paperwork to Chicago.

May 2012 - Received green card.

Day 0 - Package sent to Chicago Lockbox - 02/27/2012
Day 2 - UPS Tracking Confirmation - 02/29/2012
Day 4 - NOA Emails Received - 03/02/2012
Day 7 - All Checks Cashed - 03/05/2012
Day 11 - Hard Copy NOA's Received - 03/09/2012
Day 11 - Biometrics Appointment Received - 03/09/2012
--------- - Booked for - 04/03/2012 (day 36)
Day 35 - Early Biometricts Walk-in - 04/02/2012
Day 44 - Received Appointment Letter - 04/11/2012
Day 58 - EAD Approval Online - 04/25/2012
Day 63 - EAD in the mail - 04/30/2012
Day 65 - EAD in hand - 05/02/2012
Day 77 - AOS Interview - 05/14/2012
Day 77 - AOS Approved!
Day 84 - Green Card In Hand - 05/21/2012

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Do you have a stamp in your passport that says where you crossed and when?

No stamp at all. I don't think my passport has been ever stamped when I traveled to the US.

The packet looks good, when you say "birth certificate" do you mean petitioner or beneficiary? In I-130 you need both.

I thought you only needed the petitioner's birth certificate for I-130?

The applicant is a Canadian - our passport is understood as your proof of legal entry.

That's what I thought. All my stamp pages in my passport are empty so I figured it's fine.

Looks good. Do you have any more paystubs you can throw in or did the petitioner just start work?

No he started work in November 2011. How many paystubs should I include?


AOS Journey

Day 00 (06/05/2012) Package mailed
Day 01 (06/06/2012) Package delivered
Day 03 (06/08/2012) NOA e-notifications received
Day 06 (06/11/2012) NOA hard copies received
Day 13 (06/18/2012) Biometrics appointment for July 11
Day 36 (07/11/2012) Biometrics completed
Day 48 (07/23/2012) Interview notice received for August 27
Day 67 (08/11/2012) First notification for EAD production
Day 71 (08/15/2012) Second notification for EAD production
Day 72 (08/16/2012) Third notification for EAD production
Day 74 (08/18/2012) EAD card received
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Interview @ 10:15
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Email notification they have registered new permanent resident status
Day 84 (08/28/2012) Email notification that the I-130 is approved
Day 86 (08/30/2012) First notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Welcome letter received
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Second notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Third notification for GC production
Day 88 (09/01/2012) I-130 approval letter received
Day 91 (09/04/2012) Green card received

ROC Journey

Day 00 (06/21/2014) Package mailed

Day 02 (06/23/2014) Package delivered

Day 05 (06/26/2014) NOA received

Day 12 (07/03/2014) Biometrics notice received

Day 27 (07/18/2014) Biometrics completed

Day 48 (08/08/2014) Email/text notification of approval

Day 49 (08/09/2014) First notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Second notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Third notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) I-751 approval letter received

Day 55 (08/15/2014) Green card received

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No stamp at all. I don't think my passport has been ever stamped when I traveled to the US.

I thought you only needed the petitioner's birth certificate for I-130?

That's what I thought. All my stamp pages in my passport are empty so I figured it's fine.

No he started work in November 2011. How many paystubs should I include?

I believe the standard is two months...I don't recall it being a mandatory number, but I do think sending several along gives a little more support to your ability to be supported.

In regards to the I-94, be prepared to explain the IO that Canadians don't get one. Mine was unfamiliar with that but once I explained it he was fine and checked that there was an entry record.

I think that will depend on how many Canadians your local office processes, as to wether they will need it explained or not. From what I have read, most are familiar with it.

Edited by jdh

July 2005 - met my awesome, hot, amazing love in Lousiana.
July 2006 - Married said love and moved to Canada.
June 2011 - Entered US to visit family, decided to stay.
Feb. 2012 - Sent paperwork to Chicago.

May 2012 - Received green card.

Day 0 - Package sent to Chicago Lockbox - 02/27/2012
Day 2 - UPS Tracking Confirmation - 02/29/2012
Day 4 - NOA Emails Received - 03/02/2012
Day 7 - All Checks Cashed - 03/05/2012
Day 11 - Hard Copy NOA's Received - 03/09/2012
Day 11 - Biometrics Appointment Received - 03/09/2012
--------- - Booked for - 04/03/2012 (day 36)
Day 35 - Early Biometricts Walk-in - 04/02/2012
Day 44 - Received Appointment Letter - 04/11/2012
Day 58 - EAD Approval Online - 04/25/2012
Day 63 - EAD in the mail - 04/30/2012
Day 65 - EAD in hand - 05/02/2012
Day 77 - AOS Interview - 05/14/2012
Day 77 - AOS Approved!
Day 84 - Green Card In Hand - 05/21/2012

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No need for a stamp.

The applicant is a Canadian - our passport is understood as your proof of legal entry.

No I-94, no stamp.

From my recollection is that the I-130 only calls for the petitioners birth certificate.

Looks good. Do you have any more paystubs you can throw in or did the petitioner just start work?

Jdh, it is true that Canadians don't get I-94s and rarely passport stamps, but the passport itself is not always proof of a legal entry. I have seen one case on here where a Canadian was denied because he could not prove legal entry. In that case, it is possible that he really did enter illegally, and his case was certainly messed up, but it apparently happened.

I do think that USCIS checks with CBP and what should happen is they see the entry record and all is well. In any case, I think it's worth it to ask if there is any other proof of legal entry. If not, it's not the end of the world, but if so, it is good to include it. Don't you agree?

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AOS for my husband
8/17/10: INTERVIEW DAY (day 123) APPROVED!!

ROC:
5/23/12: Sent out package
2/06/13: APPROVED!

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Jdh, it is true that Canadians don't get I-94s and rarely passport stamps, but the passport itself is not always proof of a legal entry. I have seen one case on here where a Canadian was denied because he could not prove legal entry. In that case, it is possible that he really did enter illegally, and his case was certainly messed up, but it apparently happened.

I do think that USCIS checks with CBP and what should happen is they see the entry record and all is well. In any case, I think it's worth it to ask if there is any other proof of legal entry. If not, it's not the end of the world, but if so, it is good to include it. Don't you agree?

Oh I absolutely agree. In a standard situation though, the passport is essentially the proof for a Canadian as it is expected they have no reason to illegally cross. The only reason to cross illegally would be if you have a record or something...probably similar to the case you are describing.

At my interview he did have the entry record - I believe it may have been added to my file by the fact checkers in Chicago. And it appears they ONLY get the date stamps - not any transcript of the CBP inspection.

I did include a letter of entry signed by myself and included a ticket from NY that I used that day...which really didn't prove entry but I figured helped to support the statement. In the end I think they just used my passport number to get the entry record.

Edited by jdh

July 2005 - met my awesome, hot, amazing love in Lousiana.
July 2006 - Married said love and moved to Canada.
June 2011 - Entered US to visit family, decided to stay.
Feb. 2012 - Sent paperwork to Chicago.

May 2012 - Received green card.

Day 0 - Package sent to Chicago Lockbox - 02/27/2012
Day 2 - UPS Tracking Confirmation - 02/29/2012
Day 4 - NOA Emails Received - 03/02/2012
Day 7 - All Checks Cashed - 03/05/2012
Day 11 - Hard Copy NOA's Received - 03/09/2012
Day 11 - Biometrics Appointment Received - 03/09/2012
--------- - Booked for - 04/03/2012 (day 36)
Day 35 - Early Biometricts Walk-in - 04/02/2012
Day 44 - Received Appointment Letter - 04/11/2012
Day 58 - EAD Approval Online - 04/25/2012
Day 63 - EAD in the mail - 04/30/2012
Day 65 - EAD in hand - 05/02/2012
Day 77 - AOS Interview - 05/14/2012
Day 77 - AOS Approved!
Day 84 - Green Card In Hand - 05/21/2012

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Just a small suggestion.. I would also send joint lease or mortgage if you have it.

Regarding paystubs.. the instructions say you may send paystubs for the past 6 months if you want.

Include a few more if you want to be safe.

We did not send any paystubs, and petitioner's income was never a question even at the interview.

Other than that, I think your contents are almost identical to what we sent.

Good luck!


AOS 05/08/10 - sent05/14/10 - receipt date on NOAs - transferred to National Benefits Center06/14/10 - Biometrics Done - Lawrence, MA (original appt)07/26/10 - Interview - APPROVED!!07/30/10 - Welcome letter rec'd (notice date: 07/26)08/05/10 - Green Card (&EAD) Received! - 2 months and 28 days total!ROC 04/28/12 - ROC package sent05/03/12 - check cashed05/04/12 - NOA1 received - dated 05/01/1206/07/12 - Biometrics done02/07/13 - Approved (status update via text msg)02/14/13 - Ten year Green card receivedNaturalization07/26/13 - eligible (90 day window opened 4/27/13)02/24/14 - N-400 sent to Dallas03/04/14 - Check cashed & case accepted (update via txt & email)03/10/14 - Biometrics appt letter rec'd (scheduled for 03/28/13)03/28/14 - Biometrics done04/01/14 - In line for interview 04/03/14 - Case status change to scheduled for interview04/10/14 - interview letter rec'd 5/13/14 - interview 6/3/14 - in line for oath 6/30/14 - Scheduled for oath

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I would also send joint lease or mortgage if you have it.

I'm not on his lease since his lease expires within a couple months. My husband plans to add me when he renews since it made more sense then getting hit by the application fees twice.

I'll add some more pay stubs for sure. I just wasn't sure how many to exactly send. :)


AOS Journey

Day 00 (06/05/2012) Package mailed
Day 01 (06/06/2012) Package delivered
Day 03 (06/08/2012) NOA e-notifications received
Day 06 (06/11/2012) NOA hard copies received
Day 13 (06/18/2012) Biometrics appointment for July 11
Day 36 (07/11/2012) Biometrics completed
Day 48 (07/23/2012) Interview notice received for August 27
Day 67 (08/11/2012) First notification for EAD production
Day 71 (08/15/2012) Second notification for EAD production
Day 72 (08/16/2012) Third notification for EAD production
Day 74 (08/18/2012) EAD card received
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Interview @ 10:15
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Email notification they have registered new permanent resident status
Day 84 (08/28/2012) Email notification that the I-130 is approved
Day 86 (08/30/2012) First notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Welcome letter received
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Second notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Third notification for GC production
Day 88 (09/01/2012) I-130 approval letter received
Day 91 (09/04/2012) Green card received

ROC Journey

Day 00 (06/21/2014) Package mailed

Day 02 (06/23/2014) Package delivered

Day 05 (06/26/2014) NOA received

Day 12 (07/03/2014) Biometrics notice received

Day 27 (07/18/2014) Biometrics completed

Day 48 (08/08/2014) Email/text notification of approval

Day 49 (08/09/2014) First notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Second notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Third notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) I-751 approval letter received

Day 55 (08/15/2014) Green card received

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2011 Tax papers?


AOS, ROC, N-400, & PASSPORT, FOR HUSBAND OF USC

[02/23, 2012]  - DAY 001  (day 0001) (AOS) Mailed package to Chicago Lockbox via USPS overnight
[06/01, 2012]  - 
DAY 099  (day 0099) 2-year Conditional GC in hand
[05/05, 2014]  - DAY 001  (day 0802) (ROC) Mailed package to Vermont Service Center via USPS overnight

[05/14, 2014]  - DAY 009  (day 0811) Received NOA1 (GC Extended for 1 year)

[01/14, 2016]  - DAY 620  (day 1421) 10-year GC in hand

[02/22, 2017]  - DAY 001  (day 1826) (N-400) Mailed package to Lewisville, TX, via USPS overnight

[01/10, 2018]  - DAY 323  (day 2149) (N-400) Naturalization Oath Ceremony (5 years, 10 months, 19 days)

[01/10, 2018]  - DAY 001  (day 2149) (US Passport) Applied for US Passport, regular processing

01/25, 2018]  - DAY 015  (day 2164) (US Passport) Passport in hand (5 years, 11 months, 3 days from start of Journey.)

 

AOS, N-400, & PASSPORT FOR DAUGHTER

[06/14, 2013] - DAY 001 Mailed package to Chicago Lockbox via USPS overnight
[11/21, 2013] - Day 153 SSN and 10-year GC in hand

[08/10, 2018] - Naturalization (N-400) 90-day window for daughter opens

____________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

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I'm not on his lease since his lease expires within a couple months. My husband plans to add me when he renews since it made more sense then getting hit by the application fees twice.

I'll add some more pay stubs for sure. I just wasn't sure how many to exactly send. :)

Ah i see.. yes, that would be a hassle :)

I would just bring the new lease to show IO at the AOS interview then.

They may never even ask for it.

Our IO asked during interview if we had anything else to show proof of our marriage, and I was gathering all of the documents in my hands..

But he was too busy looking at our pictures, he never even took the papers from me :lol:

After he finished looking at our pictures, he said I can keep all the documents, and he took out a stamp and approved our file. :luv:


AOS 05/08/10 - sent05/14/10 - receipt date on NOAs - transferred to National Benefits Center06/14/10 - Biometrics Done - Lawrence, MA (original appt)07/26/10 - Interview - APPROVED!!07/30/10 - Welcome letter rec'd (notice date: 07/26)08/05/10 - Green Card (&EAD) Received! - 2 months and 28 days total!ROC 04/28/12 - ROC package sent05/03/12 - check cashed05/04/12 - NOA1 received - dated 05/01/1206/07/12 - Biometrics done02/07/13 - Approved (status update via text msg)02/14/13 - Ten year Green card receivedNaturalization07/26/13 - eligible (90 day window opened 4/27/13)02/24/14 - N-400 sent to Dallas03/04/14 - Check cashed & case accepted (update via txt & email)03/10/14 - Biometrics appt letter rec'd (scheduled for 03/28/13)03/28/14 - Biometrics done04/01/14 - In line for interview 04/03/14 - Case status change to scheduled for interview04/10/14 - interview letter rec'd 5/13/14 - interview 6/3/14 - in line for oath 6/30/14 - Scheduled for oath

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2011 Tax papers

That's the tax transcript. :)

Ah i see.. yes, that would be a hassle

I would just bring the new lease to show IO at the AOS interview then.

They may never even ask for it.

Our IO asked during interview if we had anything else to show proof of our marriage, and I was gathering all of the documents in my hands..

But he was too busy looking at our pictures, he never even took the papers from me

After he finished looking at our pictures, he said I can keep all the documents, and he took out a stamp and approved our file.

Yup that's what we figured we do. If the lease still had several months we would had for sure added me but it just seemed pointless for a couple months. :)

I'm hoping for a quick approval but you never know with immigration. :whistle:


AOS Journey

Day 00 (06/05/2012) Package mailed
Day 01 (06/06/2012) Package delivered
Day 03 (06/08/2012) NOA e-notifications received
Day 06 (06/11/2012) NOA hard copies received
Day 13 (06/18/2012) Biometrics appointment for July 11
Day 36 (07/11/2012) Biometrics completed
Day 48 (07/23/2012) Interview notice received for August 27
Day 67 (08/11/2012) First notification for EAD production
Day 71 (08/15/2012) Second notification for EAD production
Day 72 (08/16/2012) Third notification for EAD production
Day 74 (08/18/2012) EAD card received
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Interview @ 10:15
Day 83 (08/27/2012) Email notification they have registered new permanent resident status
Day 84 (08/28/2012) Email notification that the I-130 is approved
Day 86 (08/30/2012) First notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Welcome letter received
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Second notification for GC production
Day 87 (08/31/2012) Third notification for GC production
Day 88 (09/01/2012) I-130 approval letter received
Day 91 (09/04/2012) Green card received

ROC Journey

Day 00 (06/21/2014) Package mailed

Day 02 (06/23/2014) Package delivered

Day 05 (06/26/2014) NOA received

Day 12 (07/03/2014) Biometrics notice received

Day 27 (07/18/2014) Biometrics completed

Day 48 (08/08/2014) Email/text notification of approval

Day 49 (08/09/2014) First notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Second notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) Third notification for GC production

Day 54 (08/14/2014) I-751 approval letter received

Day 55 (08/15/2014) Green card received

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That's the tax transcript. :)

Yup that's what we figured we do. If the lease still had several months we would had for sure added me but it just seemed pointless for a couple months. :)

I'm hoping for a quick approval but you never know with immigration. :whistle:

I'd consider adding some document that proves joint residence, if you can, like bills with both of your names on them.

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