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I'm an August 2017 filer a WAC17328XXXX. 

I work as a civil engineer for a big construction company that has construction projects all around the country. So I'm subjected to move from one state to another. I was so busy with work, I honestly did not try to submit a lot of proofs. I spent the last year and half laughing at the amount of proofs I submitted. And I was preparing myself and my wife to be called for an interview 😅

This is what I submitted:

+ A cover letter  explaining EXACTLY our living condition. I did not try to hide anything. 

+ A letter from my contract with my employer specifying that, I will be off work 1 week every month to go see my wife.

+ Bunch of notice of assignments in different states ( Arizona, Utah, Texas,Virginia etc...😓😓😓) I have been moving all over this country and still is. 

+ Joint Lease

+ BUNCH of plane tickets showing that I have been visiting my wife and vise versa

+ Joint Insurances (medical dental and vison) and medical bills showing we are both using the insurance.

+ Live insurance policy showing that my wife will be beneficiary if anything happens to me

+ Utility Bills

+ Tax (Filed as married but filed separately)

+Bunch of credit cards statements.

I didn't bother sending joint bank account statements since my wife is the only one using that bank account. 

I didn't BOTHER sending this people pictures. ( I was toooo lazy to scroll through my phone and find pics and to print them). 

 

That's my story, I hope this will help somebody. Good luck guy, stay strong and have faith.

 

PS: I did not apply for citizenship

 

 

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28 minutes ago, khalifa said:

I'm an August 2017 filer a WAC17328XXXX. 

I work as a civil engineer for a big construction company that has construction projects all around the country. So I'm subjected to move from one state to another. I was so busy with work, I honestly did not try to submit a lot of proofs. I spent the last year and half laughing at the amount of proofs I submitted. And I was preparing myself and my wife to be called for an interview 😅

This is what I submitted:

+ A cover letter  explaining EXACTLY our living condition. I did not try to hide anything. 

+ A letter from my contract with my employer specifying that, I will be off work 1 week every month to go see my wife.

+ Bunch of notice of assignments in different states ( Arizona, Utah, Texas,Virginia etc...😓😓😓) I have been moving all over this country and still is. 

+ Joint Lease

+ BUNCH of plane tickets showing that I have been visiting my wife and vise versa

+ Joint Insurances (medical dental and vison) and medical bills showing we are both using the insurance.

+ Live insurance policy showing that my wife will be beneficiary if anything happens to me

+ Utility Bills

+ Tax (Filed as married but filed separately)

+Bunch of credit cards statements.

I didn't bother sending joint bank account statements since my wife is the only one using that bank account. 

I didn't BOTHER sending this people pictures. ( I was toooo lazy to scroll through my phone and find pics and to print them). 

 

That's my story, I hope this will help somebody. Good luck guy, stay strong and have faith.

 

PS: I did not apply for citizenship

 

 

Congrats!!!!!!


(I-751) Removal of Conditions Delivered: 11/30/2018
Notice of Action: TBA
Biometrics: TBA
Case Ready For Interview: TBA
Interview: TBA

(I-751) approved: TBA




 

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13 hours ago, khalifa said:

I'm an August 2017 filer a WAC17328XXXX. 

I work as a civil engineer for a big construction company that has construction projects all around the country. So I'm subjected to move from one state to another.

I was so busy with work, I honestly did not try to submit a lot of proofs. I spent the last year and half laughing at the amount of proofs I submitted. And I was preparing myself and my wife to be called for an interview 😅

This is what I submitted:

+ A cover letter  explaining EXACTLY our living condition. I did not try to hide anything. 

+ A letter from my contract with my employer specifying that, I will be off work 1 week every month to go see my wife.

+ Bunch of notice of assignments in different states ( Arizona, Utah, Texas,Virginia etc...😓😓😓) I have been moving all over this country and still is. 

+ Joint Lease

+ BUNCH of plane tickets showing that I have been visiting my wife and vise versa

+ Joint Insurances (medical dental and vison) and medical bills showing we are both using the insurance.

+ Life insurance policy showing that my wife will be beneficiary if anything happens to me

+ Utility Bills

+ Tax (Filed as married but filed separately)

+Bunch of credit cards statements.

I didn't bother sending joint bank account statements since my wife is the only one using that bank account. 

I didn't BOTHER sending this people pictures. ( I was toooo lazy to scroll through my phone and find pics and to print them). 

 

That's my story, I hope this will help somebody. Good luck guys, stay strong and have faith.

I did not any RFE nor been interviewed. 

 

PS: I did not apply for citizenship

 

 

 

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