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Documents to bring to the AOS interview

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Filed: Country: Ireland
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Hi folks,

I am getting ready for my AOS interview (in about 2 weeks time!), I have gathered a lot of documents that they have asked for but I have a couple of questions below:

It states that "unless already submitted" I need to bring documents which I earlier had submitted for the green card (I-864, , etc). Do I need to bring these again?

It asks to bring the medical report, including vaccination document again unless already submitted. I did my medical back in the UK when I was applying for the K1 visa - do I have to get another medical for the AOS interview now? ...I do still have the vaccination report which I thought would suffice.

Cheers!

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Basically you want to bring the originals for everything that you sent a copy of and any extra evidence you may have that wasn't sent with the AOS package.


This does not constitute legal advice.

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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No. Bring the copies of what you already submitted for the I-864 and your DS-3025. You can bring a copy of your most recent pay stub just in case they want updated income info, but they most likely will not ask for that.

Take proof of your marriage such as joint accounts, lease/mortgage, insurance, and other documents that show co-habitation and co-mingling of fiances. Sometimes they want to see photos too, so you can bring photos of your wedding to show off :)


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Just another tip, make sure that everything is organized so that you can pull it out if needed by the IO. I have seen a couple of posts here where the IO cannot find a particular document because it's buried in the all the paperwork.


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