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I-485 interview coming up- confused about what to bring

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Hi all,

Received my interview letter yesterday, and it says to bring ID ect but also gives a list of documents to bring if not submitted already.

The documents are pretty much all documentations submitted with the I-864 and all info on petitioner and joint sponsor.

All these doc's were submitted with my application- should I bring it all again just incase?

They also say to bring a certified copy of our marraige cert- can this be a copy of the original? or should we give them the original?

Even though we've submitted everything, I'm afraid of them asking for something extra when we show up .

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You should take originals and copies of all supporting documents you submitted during your application, and any new relevant documents since your submission such as 2014 tax returns etc.

I have a similar thread going on, may be of interest to you: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/540537-i-485-aos-interview-coming-up-soon-any-tips/

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