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We just sent in our i751 package for a November 2 year mark.

Would love any responses, but the "check" is already in the mail.

 

Thanks in advance...

 

John

 

 

 

Redacted For Visa Journey

 

Exhibits and Enclosures

Enclosure 1:

Original Form I-751 filled and signed by John and Catherine

 

Enclosure 2:

Money Order in the amount of $595.00 for payment of the I-751

Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence and an additional $85.00 money order for the Biometric fee payment

 

 

Exhibit A:

Enlarged copy of USCIS Form I-551 front and back (Permanent Resident Card)

 

 

Exhibit B: (Marriage Certs)

1. Certificate of Marriage between John and Catherine (Local)

2. Certificate of Marriage between John and Catherine (NSO Registration)

 

 

Exhibit 😄 (Government Issued IDs Cathy)

1. Copy of Catherine biometric Philippine Passport XX0000000 showing current name change

2. Copy of Catherine Nevada Identification Card Number 0000000000

3. Copy of Catherine Social Security Card number 000-00-0000

4. Copy of Catherine Military Dependent ID card 0000000000

 

 

Exhibit 😧 (Government Issued IDs John)

1. Copy of John biometric US Passport 000000000

2. Copy of John Nevada Driver’s License Number 0000000000

3. Copy of John Social Security Card number 000-00-0000

4. Copy of John Military 100% P&T Disabled Vet ID 0000000000

 

Exhibit E:

John is a Disabled US Navy Veteran collecting compensation from the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) at the 100% level. Since disability compensation is not considered taxable income and Social Security Benefits received are below the minimum taxable levels, no Federal Income taxes have been filed…..

1. Copy of letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs showing that John is receiving Service Connected Compensation at the 100% level

2. Copy of letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs showing that John’s disability is considered permanent

3. Copy of letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs showing that Cathy is recognized as a dependent of John’s on the current award

4. Copy of letter from the Social Security Administration showing current award

 

 

 

Exhibit F: (Financials, XYZ joint bank, XYZ credit card, Xoom)

1. XYZ Joint Acct.2017 October

2. XYZ Joint Acct.2018 January

3. XYZ Joint Acct.2018 June

4. XYZ Joint Acct.2018 March

5. Xoom history of money sent to the Philippines for the support of Cathy’s children

6. XYZ Charge Card Joint Acct

 

 

 

 

Exhibit G: (Residences leases)

1. Rent.Apts, Philippines, 2015 March Initial

2. Rent.Philippines 2016 March

3. Rent.Philippines 2016 Nov Final

4. Rent.Lease Initial XYZ Apts., Las Vegas, NV with John and Cathy together as residents

5. Rent.XYZ Lease Renewal Current

6. Rent.XYZ Monthly rental payment printout

 

 

 

Exhibit H: (Insurance)

1. Insurance.VA Medical ID card for John

2. Insurance.ChampVA ID card for Cathy covered under John’s VA benefits

3. Insurance.PhilHealth ID card for Cathy

4. Insurance.PhilHealth showing John covered under Cathy’s Med Ins in PI

Insurance,VA Life Insurance, showing John as Insured and Cathy as Beneficiary

5. Insurance.XYZ Auto 2017 showing John and Cathy residing together

6. Insurance.XYZ Auto 2017 showing John and Cathy residing together

7. Insurance.XYZ Auto 2018 showing John and Cathy residing together

8. Insurance.XYZ Renters showing John and Cathy residing together

 

 

Exhibit I: (Wills, POAs,)

1. Copy of John’s Last Will and Testament with Cathy as Beneficiary

2. Copy of Cathy’s Last Will and Testament with John as Beneficiary

3. Copy of John’s Living Will with Cathy as Primary decision maker

4. Copy of Cathy’s Living Will with John as Primary decision maker

5. Copy of Financial POA

 

 

Exhibit J: (Mail)

1. Copies of mail received at our Philippine mail box showing same mailing address for both parties

2. Copies of mail received at our private US mail box (PMB), now closed, showing same mailing address for both parties

3. Copies of mail received at our current US mail box (Home/XYZ Apts) showing same mailing address for both parties

 

 

Exhibit K: (Photos)

Copies of photos of us together at various events

 

 

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Are you looking for feedback of your evidence?

 

It looks good to me. You have everything from co-mingling of finances, and accounts to Wills and lease agreements. 


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1 hour ago, JM101 said:

Wow....125 looks and no responses either positive or negative.

 

Now I'm getting worried.

 

I wouldn't worry too much.  We're in a very similar set of circumstances to you - my husband (USC) is the 100% disabled veteran and I'm the dependent spouse.  We provided a lot of the same evidence in terms of the VA paperwork, insurance documentation etc.


11/07/2017 - Mailed I-751 to CSC

11/13/2017 - I-751 delivered to CSC

11/13/2017 - NOA1 Date

11/17/2017 - Received NOA Letter

11/17/2017 - Date of Biometrics Letter

11/24/2017 - Biometrics Letter received

12/08/2017 - Biometrics Appointment Date

08/16/2018 - 18 month extension letter received (dated 08/11/2018)

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