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Plenty of evidence living on our own (1.5 yrs) but little evidence living with parents first few months (0.5 years)

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I have plenty of evidence for when my wife and I moved out of her parents home and lived on our own for the past year and a half e.g. lease, bank accounts, tax returns, joint assets, insurances, utilities and joint liabilities and pictures.

 

But I completely forgot to include evidence for when we lived with her parents for the first 6 months. We didn't pay any rent or utilities or contributed to groceries. I have a few bank statements showing joint ownership during those first few months, both drivers license with parents address (but we have since moved to another state and did not get another license for the new state) and tax transcript with the parents address. I didn't have health insurance for the first few months. 

 

Do I need an affidavit from parents saying that we lived with them? Or will a signed letter from them be sufficient? Or should I not even worry about this?

 

Also, unrelated, does it matter that i photocopied the front and back of the green card each on separate pages? And the strip on the back of the card comes out on the copy as being all black, is that okay?

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45 minutes ago, sanbot said:

I have plenty of evidence for when my wife and I moved out of her parents home and lived on our own for the past year and a half e.g. lease, bank accounts, tax returns, joint assets, insurances, utilities and joint liabilities and pictures.

 

But I completely forgot to include evidence for when we lived with her parents for the first 6 months. We didn't pay any rent or utilities or contributed to groceries. I have a few bank statements showing joint ownership during those first few months, both drivers license with parents address (but we have since moved to another state and did not get another license for the new state) and tax transcript with the parents address. I didn't have health insurance for the first few months. 

 

Do I need an affidavit from parents saying that we lived with them? Or will a signed letter from them be sufficient? Or should I not even worry about this?

 

Also, unrelated, does it matter that i photocopied the front and back of the green card each on separate pages? And the strip on the back of the card comes out on the copy as being all black, is that okay?

Honestly I would not worry about the whole living with her parents due to you having enough evidence of you to living together away from the in laws. If they ask them just answer truthfully and you should be fine. 

 

I would get color copies and not black/white copies. 

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2 minutes ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

Honestly I would not worry about the whole living with her parents due to you having enough evidence of you to living together away from the in laws. If they ask them just answer truthfully and you should be fine. 

 

I would get color copies and not black/white copies. 

Thanks for your input. Are/were you in a similar situation?

 

I did copy it in color, but the strip on the back of the card appears black for some reason on the color copy. Anyone else have that?

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