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Hi folks,

I'm in the final stages of assembling my ROC package and wanted to verify my list of evidence. I'm trying to submit enough that I don't get called to an interview. Fingers crossed.

Anything I've missed or that isn't useful to submit?

The Package Contents Include

1. Check in the amount of $590.00 ($505.00 for the filing fee + $85.00 for the biometric services fee)

2. Completed I-751

3. Documentation associated with I-751:

a. COPY: Permanent Resident Card, front and back, for CdnRN

4. The following evidence of our ongoing happy marital relationship:

a. COPY: Birth Certificate of our second child born ******

b. COPY: Statutory Warranty Deed showing the purchase of our home at *****

c. COPY: Documentation showing our refinance of our home at *****

d. COPY: Both CdnRN and CdnRN-husband's Licenses showing residence at the communal home

e. COPY: Documentation of our Joint HELOC

f. COPY: Documentation of our home insurance, umbrella policy, auto insurance

g. Copy: Joint title of our car

h. COPY: Documentation of our Joint Checking Accounts

j. COPY: Documentation showing we are mutual beneficiaries on life insurance policies

k. COPY: Utilities that we both have for our communal marital home

l. COPY: Documentation showing a past family membership at the **** Aquarium and Current family membership at the **** Zoo

m. COPY: Airline tickets showing a trip to visit family together July 2015

n. Photos depicting our family and relationship

Thanks for double checking my list...

CdnRN


First Entered US with TN Status: 04/13/2012
Engaged: 08/24/2012
Married: 08/10/2013


Adjustment of Status from TN Status to Permanent Resident:

Day 00: AOS mailed by USPS priority Post: 05/19/2014
Day 02: AOS package arrived: 05/21/2014
Day 08: Text/email notice of acceptance: 05/27/2014
Day 11: NOAs for I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131 received, 05/30/2014
Day 14: Biometrics notice received with an appointment of June 17, 2914 at 3pm. 06/02/2014
Day 15: attempted walk-in successful after a very long wait 06/03/2014
Day 38: email notice that I-485 has moved to testing & interview! 06/26/2014
Day 77: EAD/AP - card production 08/06/2014
Day 84: EAD/AP card received 08/13/2014
Day 129: Infopass appointment for an update (very helpful!) 09/24/2014
Day 136: Email received with interview date 10/01/2014
Day 138: Interview notice received! 10/03/2014
Day 170: Green Card Approved on the Spot! 11/04/2014
Day 178: Green Card Received 11/12/2014

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS:

Day 00: ROC Package (Weighing 1.7kg -- 3lbs 13oz) mailed by USPS Priority Post: 09/13/2016

Day 03: ROC Package Received: 09/16/2016

Day 07: Check Cashed: 09/20/2016

Upcoming:

Naturalization in 2017

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You have a good list here! I would add the last 2 or 3 Joint tax transcripts that you filed! If you you don't have them, you can order them HERE or walk into any IRS office and they will print them out for you! Good luck to you.

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Definitely add the tax transcripts! I am kind of surprised those don't show up after the copy of the green card on ALL ROC filers!

Sukie in NY


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Unfortunately we have to file as 'married filing separately' due to student loan income-based repayment reasons.

So I can include transcripts for "married filing separately" but not jointly.

We were in the same scenario for our AOS and didn't include them then for the same reason and the interviewer didn't care or even ask.

But I can include our tax transcripts for married filing separately of course, but I"m not sure that those are particularly helpful given it's not jointly filed. Thoughts?


First Entered US with TN Status: 04/13/2012
Engaged: 08/24/2012
Married: 08/10/2013


Adjustment of Status from TN Status to Permanent Resident:

Day 00: AOS mailed by USPS priority Post: 05/19/2014
Day 02: AOS package arrived: 05/21/2014
Day 08: Text/email notice of acceptance: 05/27/2014
Day 11: NOAs for I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131 received, 05/30/2014
Day 14: Biometrics notice received with an appointment of June 17, 2914 at 3pm. 06/02/2014
Day 15: attempted walk-in successful after a very long wait 06/03/2014
Day 38: email notice that I-485 has moved to testing & interview! 06/26/2014
Day 77: EAD/AP - card production 08/06/2014
Day 84: EAD/AP card received 08/13/2014
Day 129: Infopass appointment for an update (very helpful!) 09/24/2014
Day 136: Email received with interview date 10/01/2014
Day 138: Interview notice received! 10/03/2014
Day 170: Green Card Approved on the Spot! 11/04/2014
Day 178: Green Card Received 11/12/2014

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS:

Day 00: ROC Package (Weighing 1.7kg -- 3lbs 13oz) mailed by USPS Priority Post: 09/13/2016

Day 03: ROC Package Received: 09/16/2016

Day 07: Check Cashed: 09/20/2016

Upcoming:

Naturalization in 2017

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