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Hello All,

I and my wife should have our interview in a month. she is the US citizen filing for me. I am first a bit surprised at the speed in which I moved to this stage. I expected a slower process based on what I had been hearing from some other folks. my issue is that we got married only on August 4. there is not much by way of long documented stuff that we share together. I do have a life insurance policy with her as beneficiary and we just opened a joint account. our rent is such that we just pay cash and we are issued receipts in our name (no lease). would this be enough for USCIS? I moved from TX to KY because of school (2nd masters) and for her to be close to her family. I got the EAD very recently and I do have a job offer pending in NYC. I would just like some advice in terms of acing this interview. Thanks

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