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Hello, do you recommend adding facebook screenshots  with the rest of evidence to prove a good faith marriage?


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If you mean screenshots of you and your spouse communicating, I suppose it couldn’t hurt, but it would most likely be treated as secondary evidence at the ROC stage.

 

Good Luck!


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2 minutes ago, Bill & Katya said:

If you mean screenshots of you and your spouse communicating, I suppose it couldn’t hurt, but it would most likely be treated as secondary evidence at the ROC stage.

 

Good Luck!

Thank you for your reply. I mean screenshots of post with photos of me and my spouse together that we shared on facebook during our marriage with dates. 


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EAD received:  I'll fill that soon

Interview 03/05/2017 APPROVED

 

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Text and email with case # received: 12/26/2018 Vermont Service Center

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2 minutes ago, USAjune2016 said:

Thank you for your reply. I mean screenshots of post with photos of me and my spouse together that we shared on facebook during our marriage with dates. 

Sure, providing photos of your marriage is something you would want to include.

 

Good Luck!


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Just now, Bill & Katya said:

Sure, providing photos of your marriage is something you would want to include.

 

Good Luck!

 

Thank you and congratulations for becoming a US citizen. Great timeline 


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Sent: 06/20/2016

Biometric: 07/20/2016

RFE: 08/10/2016

RFE reply sent: 10/20/16

EAD received:  I'll fill that soon

Interview 03/05/2017 APPROVED

 

ROC:

Delivered with USPS Express mail: 12/22/2018

Text and email with case # received: 12/26/2018 Vermont Service Center

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I would skip the Facebook screenshots.  That's the kind of evidence you might include if applying for a K-1, and it's definitely insufficient for primary evidence.  For ROC, you should follow the guidelines they list in the instructions.  Evidence of cohabitation and mingling of finances is what they're really after.  


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9 hours ago, AstroCanada said:

I would skip the Facebook screenshots.  That's the kind of evidence you might include if applying for a K-1, and it's definitely insufficient for primary evidence.  For ROC, you should follow the guidelines they list in the instructions.  Evidence of cohabitation and mingling of finances is what they're really after.  



They are after this, but quality photos don't hurt.

Sending 5 pictures of you and your spouse doing things (like being on vacation) or with one anothers family, can be good secondary evidence and can give the reviewing officer insight on your relationship.

Note though, I wouldn't screenshot them through Facebook. I would save them and print them off separately. 


This is the recommended list of bona fide evidence for the I-751 off of the guide here on VJ. The lower ones hold less weight, but still hold some weight.

 

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1. A deed, showing co-ownership of your property or a lease agreement with both of your names on the
lease.
2. Utility bills, credit card bills, and other types of bills which have both of your names on them. Since many utilities will only put a bill in one person's name, some bills in one name and other bills at the same address but in the other spouse's name serve the same purpose: showing your financial & social lives intermingled.
3. Copies of actual credit cards, health insurance cards, or other "joint" cards that you have together,
showing same account number.
4. Car, health, or life insurance that has both of your names on the policy or the other spouse listed as the
beneficiary.
5. 401K or other retirement plan with spouse listed as beneficiary (right to survivorship is the technical term)
6. Bank or stock accounts with both of your names on them.
7. A copy of your joint federal and state tax returns (including W-2's and other applicable Schedules and attachments). Sending an official tax transcript from the IRS (for Federal) is beneficial and often preferred as it reflects what was actually filed.
8. A car title or other titles to property showing joint ownership with your spouse.
9. Birth certificate of any children that have been born to your marriage.
10. Documentation of any vacations that you have taken, including flight itineraries, hotel bills, pictures of you
together on vacation.
11. Other family pictures of you together.
12. Documentary proof showing evidence of your children together (Copy of Birth Certificate, photos, etc)
13. Copies of Christmas cards and other holiday cards addressed to you both

 

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*More detailed timeline in profile!*
 
Relationship:     Friends since 2010, Together since 2013

The K-1 Process:    Done in 208 days                                               
 

Spoiler

04/27/15- NOA1 Recieved                                                    
06/02/15 - NOA2 Recieved
09/22/15 - Interview       (221g for more documents (a SECOND cosponsor), see profile for more details!)                                            
11/09/15 -  ISSUED!!                                                              
11/10/15 - Passport received                                                
02/20/16 - Wedding!              


                                                
 AOS   Done in 77 days                                                                            
 

Spoiler

04/08/16 - I-485, I-765, I-131 AOS Application recieved by USCIS
04/12/16 - 3 NOA1's received in mail
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06/27/16 - I-485 Case to changed to "New Card being produced"  (Day 77)
06/27/16 - I-485 Case changed to Approved! (Day 77)
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ROC 

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