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Filed: IR-5 Country: Philippines
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Good day to all! :D

i am preparing for my ROC. Here is my situation, I came here in US 1 year ago and my husband and i are living with my in laws here in California. Will this affect our application of ROC since we don't have our own apartment?

will appreciate your responds. Thank u

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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No, it should not represent any issues as long as you have other means to prove you are in marital union, that can include but not limited to (joint health insurance, joint car titles, joint bank accounts, joint credit cards, joint loans, joint utility bills, and the list go on and on)

Good luck


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Filed: IR-5 Country: Philippines
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No, it should not represent any issues as long as you have other means to prove you are in marital union, that can include but not limited to (joint health insurance, joint car titles, joint bank accounts, joint credit cards, joint loans, joint utility bills, and the list go on and on)

Good luck

Thank you for this info :thumbs:

No, it should not represent any issues as long as you have other means to prove you are in marital union, that can include but not limited to (joint health insurance, joint car titles, joint bank accounts, joint credit cards, joint loans, joint utility bills, and the list go on and on)

Good luck

Thank you for this info :thumbs:

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My gal and I have already filed for her ROC, I-751. Shortly after filing, she got a letter/email, I forget which, that indicated what the USCIS is looking for in her petition and documentation:

1. Copies of jointly-filed income tax returns;

2. Proof of joint accounts;

3. Health plans covering both husband and wife;

4. Real estate joint ownership or lease/rental agreements with both names, or an explanation for the lack of either.

Best of luck!

Sid

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