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Hi there...

Can you all help me and tell me how you prepared your RFE? I have all the the tax records for the time we've been married, copies of our Mortgage papers, tax papers for that property adn a copy of the joint bank account we share. I plan on sending copies of all these things, the blue cover sheets, copies of my GC and my PP as well as a letter and a list of all the things that I'm sending.

How does this sound? Any one who was successful, how did you prepare your RFE package?

Thanks so much,

LGG


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What was the RFE for?

When responding to a Request for Evidence it is extremely important that you place the blue coversheet on the top of the response you send to them. The VSC receives thousands of pieces of correspondence each day, if the blue coversheet is not on the top of the response it will be placed in “general” correspondence and NOT sorted as a priority, which may delay your case.

I also did priority mail with tracking for around $2.40 and everything was delivered quickly. Don't do signiture required.


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Hi there,

it was because we moved, sent them a change of address and they want to see documents proving that we are still jointly domiciled. But yes, thanks for that! Should I place the ORIGINAL blue cover sheet or will a copy of it suffice? I am also sending them copies of all our docs unless there is evidence that they want the originals.

Thanks so much for your input And yes, I plan on sending the package priority courier too.

What was the RFE for?

When responding to a Request for Evidence it is extremely important that you place the blue coversheet on the top of the response you send to them. The VSC receives thousands of pieces of correspondence each day, if the blue coversheet is not on the top of the response it will be placed in "general" correspondence and NOT sorted as a priority, which may delay your case.

I also did priority mail with tracking for around $2.40 and everything was delivered quickly. Don't do signiture required.


USCIS

NOA #2: Approval June 25th, 2009 - 92 days

NVC

July 8, 2009 to August 10, 2009 - 28 days

Interview Assigned - December 3, 2009 - FINALLY!!

Medical - December 14, 2009 - Passed

Embassy/Interview - January 26, 2010 Montreal, Quebec Canada - 167 days PASSED!!!

Port of Entry - February 26, 2010 Baltimore International, Maryland

USCIS -- ROC package sent off

November 26, 2011 to Vermont station November 30, 2011 received NOA1December 16, 2011 received biometrics appointment.

January 04, 2012 Biometrics

September 2, 2012, RFE Received.

September 22, 2012 RFE responded to

October 15, 2012 ROC approved, 10 Green card on its way.

kermit_the_frog1237963302.jpg

"Here's some simple advice: Always be yourself. Never take yourself too seriously.

And beware of advice from experts, pigs, and members of Parliament."

Kermit the Frog

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