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I am in the process of gathering all evidences to file for removal of conditions. Just wanna ask tips on how you did it. How did you organize it? Because of the bulk of evidences, I feel like I am submitting a book. That’s how thick it is. I wonder where you place everything. It wouldn’t even fit inside an envelope. That’s how thick it is!

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1 hour ago, carlamariec said:

I am in the process of gathering all evidences to file for removal of conditions. Just wanna ask tips on how you did it. How did you organize it? Because of the bulk of evidences, I feel like I am submitting a book. That’s how thick it is. I wonder where you place everything. It wouldn’t even fit inside an envelope. That’s how thick it is!

Just used paper clip or paper tag to separate different files thats how I'm doing it.Make sure to have cover letter explaining what you have it in whole package and them simply label whetever you have it on evidence.

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I collected various utility bills, insurances, joint bank account statements. I sent a selection with my petition and I kept collecting for the interview. I kept a selection in a folder. I didn't take let's say 3 years worth of utility bills lol it would be too much. 


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9 minutes ago, little immigrant said:

I collected various utility bills, insurances, joint bank account statements. I sent a selection with my petition and I kept collecting for the interview. I kept a selection in a folder. I didn't take let's say 3 years worth of utility bills lol it would be too much. 

yes I just have quarterly uiltities bills together with quarterly bank statment. 2 years worth of bill is too much and same goes with Bank statement.

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Don't use binders or anything like that, just make it a neat pile. The most important stuff go first and then supporting/secondary evidence. The primary evidence is financial co-mingling and that you guys live together and support one another. I don't know what evidence you have but your package should look similar to this:

 

- Form with check stapled to the form

- Cover letter

- Copy of GC

- Copies of ids

- Copy of marriage license

- Affidavits if you have any

- Lease agreement + utility bills

- Taxes

- Joint bank statements

- Medical Insurance (reference letters should be good)

- medical bills/invoices if you have any showing the address

- car insurance, car payments etc 

- other stuff like pictures, phone bills, copies of misc mail showing address etc.

 

Just keep the things in groups, like Finances, Home Bills, Insurances, and you should be fine 🙂 And remember to go back at least 2 years. Put that in a priority mail box (hopefully you fit in medium) and send it off. Good luck!


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On 1/1/2019 at 11:02 PM, AlluringSoul said:

Don't use binders or anything like that, just make it a neat pile. The most important stuff go first and then supporting/secondary evidence. The primary evidence is financial co-mingling and that you guys live together and support one another. I don't know what evidence you have but your package should look similar to this:

 

- Form with check stapled to the form

- Cover letter

- Copy of GC

- Copies of ids

- Copy of marriage license

- Affidavits if you have any

- Lease agreement + utility bills

- Taxes

- Joint bank statements

- Medical Insurance (reference letters should be good)

- medical bills/invoices if you have any showing the address

- car insurance, car payments etc 

- other stuff like pictures, phone bills, copies of misc mail showing address etc.

 

Just keep the things in groups, like Finances, Home Bills, Insurances, and you should be fine 🙂 And remember to go back at least 2 years. Put that in a priority mail box (hopefully you fit in medium) and send it off. Good luck!

Thank you! 

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On 1/1/2019 at 1:22 PM, Charming12 said:

Just used paper clip or paper tag to separate different files thats how I'm doing it.Make sure to have cover letter explaining what you have it in whole package and them simply label whetever you have it on evidence.

Is it ok to staple certain documents together? 

 

Or should staples not be used at all?

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5 hours ago, Justin Jamandre said:

Is it ok to staple certain documents together? 

 

Or should staples not be used at all?

No staples!


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