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I am in the middle of compiling all my paperwork for our AOS Interview next week.

On the check-list it says to bring "All documentation establishing your eligibility for Lawful Permanent Resident Status"

As they have already asked for my marriage certificate, passport, I.D and all copies of any immigration documnets - does anyone know what documents they are needing here??????? Thanks!! :blink:

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I recall that being confusing to me, too. Bring copies of all that stuff, everything they've sent you, whatever you've sent them. I believe that was the evidence they were looking for.

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5/23/03: Justin arrives to visit me in IA from SK.
6/7/03: We got married!
8/23/03: Filed I-130 from SK
8/25/03: Phoned border guards & asked if J could escort me back to IA, yes.
8/26/03: Arrive in IA
8/27/03: Went to USCIS local office to ask if J could stay in the US and file papers, yes
2004: I-130 approved!
6/05: Filed AOS/EAD
7/2/05: Rec'd receipt for I-485
8/05: Rec'd RFE for Biometrics
9/9/05: Rec'd RFE for medical
12/2/06: EAD APPROVED!
12/5/06: EAD card rec'd
1/15/06: AOS interview date for 4/11/06 at 11:00 a.m.
4/11/06: APPROVED!!!!!! NO MORE USCIS FOR 10 YEARS!!! WOOHOO!!! 2016...seems more like a page # than a year. Haha.

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Doesn't this phrase basically translate to: Prove to us your marriage is real?

You you should bring evidence of things like joint bank accounts, joint lease, health insurance, car insurance etc, photographs, letters etc.

Exaclty what i was going to say!! I am going through the same thing and am soo happy to have finally finished putting everything together...:)

****05/2006 --- Got married!!****

11/21/06 - Mailing out AOS package

11/24/06 - AOS received by USCIS (day 1)

11/29/06 - NOA issued (day 6)

12/01/06 - Biometrics appt. issued (day 7)

12/06/06 - I485 touched (day 12)

12/13/06 - I765 touched (day 19)

12/16/06 - Biometrics Appt. - reescheduled ( day 22)

12/22/06 - Biometrics done..finally! (day 28)

12/27/06 - I485&I765 touched (day 33)

01/03/07 - I485&I765 touched (day 40)

01/22/07 - Received letter with interview appt (day 59)

02/05/07 - I765 touched (day 73)

02/07/07 - EAD approved (day 75)

02/10/07 - EAD received (day 78)

03/11/07 - I485 touched (day 107)

03/27/07 - **Interview**(day 123) **********APPROVED**********

03/27/07 - Welcome letter issued (day 123)

03/28/07 - Card production ordered(day 124)

04/04/07 - Approval notice sent (day 131)

04/06/07 - Greencard received (day 133)

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Yes, we just finished our interview...bring everything that you've ever received. All certificate (wedding and birth), all id's, and you can bring them as copies or originals. Having worked for the government and having been the son of someone who works in the government, you learn that you are never punished for bringing to much.

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I spent a whole weekend putting together all the "proof of relationship" stuff I could think of, including a nice photo album, joint mortgage statement, bank account statement, etcetera.

All they asked for was our income tax return for the current year. The rest was a waste of time.

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