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AOS interview tomorrow! Are we missing anything?

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Hi everyone!

So my husband and I have our interview tomorrow at 7.45am so we are leaving for Oklahoma City tonight, so nervous but excited!

I think we have mostly everything but are we missing anything? Here's what I have

- Copies of I-130 and I-485 just in case they need it

-I-864 and I-864a including:

W2, joint tax return and pay checks from the past few months

also have husband's mother's W2, 2 most recent pay stubs and most recent tax return

-Passports

-My birth certificate

-Marriage Certificate

-Husband's divorce decree

-My EAD card

For evidence of our relationship we have:

-Flight confirmations and tickets of travel together

-Hotel bookings

-transport bookings used during trips

-Emails showing communication with owner of a holiday home we rented for a few weeks confirming joint payment on it

-Letter from VA showing that I'm his spouse

-Copy of military life insurance showing me as spouse and my enrollment in DEERS (don't have tricare yet due to money)

-Joint bank statements from past few months

-Sams club membership cards

-Joint tax return

-Cards given to each other for birthdays etc

-Copies of messages congratulating us on marriage

-Copies of messages from his homecoming from deployment from my family and friends

-Print outs of email confirmations and amazon orders showing gifts to each other

-Copies of Western Union and Paypal transactions showing financial support from him

-Over 100 photos of us (only one with other people as we eloped)

-Copy of his orders for annual training showing he is married with 1 dependent (me although doesn't specify a name)

I think that's all we have! I still don't feel it's enough though!

We live with his mother and just pay her in cash for rent so no joint lease or bills besides Sams and USAA.

Also I'm 21 and he's 29, how big of an issue will this be? I met him whilst he was stationed in Europe (Everything was legal no worries about that) but we met online (really helps our case I know) and I know I married young so I'm afraid they'll not take us serious! But trust me I would not move from Ireland to the US for someone I wasn't serious about lol, he's in National Guard after being discharged from Active Duty so can't leave the US for a few years, hence me moving here.

Sorry so long and ranty (not even a word I know) but so nervous! any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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Thank you! I wasn't sure is all, was worried because we don't have our own place we wouldn't have enough joint documents but literally anything from our relationship we've gathered up as I feel every little bit helps!

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