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So long story short my wife received her green card over 90 days before our daughter. So we are having to file my daughter with her own I-751 what type of evidence will we need for her since we don't have bills etc in me and her name only my wife? Thanks for any help.




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were they included on the same petition / same I-751 ? her status depends on your wife's status - maybe include

-copies of all prior application to show she was listed ,

- copy of mom's GC,

- copy of daughter GC,

- copy of  birth certificate,

-  copy of tax returns showing the child is a dependent,

- copy of any payments that are related to her ( girl scouts membership / sports etc)

- copy of school records to show address and emergency contacts ( you and wife)

- copy of medical records to show address

- copy of health insurance to show she was listed as beneficiary

- photos from family / school events with all three of you

- vacation reservations / plane tickets showing 2 adults / 1 child

- sworn affidavits from friends / neighbors etc

  • sending I130 05/16/2007
  • cheque is cashed on 06/11/2007
  • NOA1 in mail 06/13/2007 (who said 13 is badluck )
  • 07/30/2007 After no touches and no other signs we just got an email with the APPROVAL of I130....Thank God !....now what ?

  • 08/07/2007 Case received by NVC and case number assigned :))

  • 08/13/2007 DS3032 and AOS bill were generated

  • 08/14/2007 Emailed choice of agent ...i'm so curious when they will accept it...hopefully soon

  • 08/21/2007 DS3032 and AOS fee bill arive in mail

  • 08/27/2007 paid AOS fee bill
  • 8/28/2007 DS3032 choice of agent accepted
  • 9/3/2007 IV fee bill generated

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My wifes expiration was 12/30/17 and my daughters was 4/1/18 because of some medical documentation they needed. This should really help and I will also put in my wifes i797 she just received too. Thanks for the information.


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