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Military spouse applying for ROC next year. Question regarding address

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I will be applying for removal of conditions next year and have started gathering evidences to prove that my marriage is still ongoing and legit. My husband and I have a joint bank account and when we applied for that last year, we placed his permanent address in FL as our mailing address instead of our current address (which is in SC). Now all our statements in our joint bank account are under his permanent address. We did that purposely so we don't have to change our bank information once we move. Would that make any difference? Anyone had been in the same boat and had no issues?

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It does not matter. It will not negatively impact your ROC.  Mailing address and physical address are total separate entities....  I would concentrate on quality evidence of your marriage.  Military spouses, imo, have very evidence available. i.e., pay statements, Tricare documents, ID cards, insurance documents, anything showing you both at the same physical address....These are the things I plan to use for my wife's ROC next year.  Maybe these will give you some ideas:


1.  Apt lease with both our names & signatures
2.  Joint bank acct with both our names (We have made sure we use both debits cards for every day expenses)
3.  Deed for new home with both our names

4.  Mortgage documents with both our names.
5.  Credit Cards showing both with same card number
6.  Amazon delivery labels showing both names and our current address
7.  Wife's Military Dependent ID card showing me as the sponsor
8.  Tricare health care coverage documents showing both of us as spouses.
9.  Military pay statement showing wife as my benefic.
10.  Health Care proxy statements for each other (Advanced Directives)
11. Texas driver's licenses with same address for both of us
12. Credit Card statement in July 2018 showing both of us as air passengers for a trip to Taiwan
13.  Tax Returns 
14.  Pictures of us on special occasions here in the US.
15.  Car Insurance Cards


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