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I-693 and I-864 requested in AOS interview but already submitted?

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AOS interview requests I-693 and I-864 forms at interview unless already submitted. I sent these forms in with the original AOS request. To confirm -- I don't need to bring a copy of these and all other documentation to the interview, do I? Better safe than sorry, I know, but I don't have copies of everything (rookie move!) so I'd have to gather co-sponsor's info again.

Additionally, my husband has a job and exceeds 125% of poverty guidelines - with proper evidence (pay stubs, employment letter) is this enough to show he will not become a public charge? Or are they looking for someone ELSE to ensure that he will not become a public charge assuming that, worst case scenario, this job falls through?

Thanks for the help. Funny how crazy this process makes me that I'm questioning something sitting in front of my face in ink... Can't wait for this interview to be over!


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no need for the forms if it's being submitted and you didn't have any RFE during the process.. just prepare for the original of the documents you have submitted in photocopy(eg. marriage contract..divorce decrees..birth certificates etc..) In our case the IO didn't asked any proof of document,not even a single thing, I brought so many evidences with me,? But it's better prepared than sorry ..the IO focused in questioning what I have written in my 1-485 Form, how we met..and the important dates..(marriage..vacations together..) Good luck..


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The IO should have a copy of everything that you have previously submitted. That being said, for my family's AOS interview, I brought along any and all shreds of paper, applications, notices that we had accumulated on our immigration journey. My rationale being I didn't want to get an RFE for something that they should have had and misplaced, etc.


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