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How much evidence is good enough?  I don't have most of the things listed on cover letters within this website.  Based on the reminder that they send to us 30-days prior to entering the 90-day open window to remove conditions, I feel like I have enough papers to show evidence, but who am I to say that!! Plus, when I see what other people on here have, I feel like wow, I won't be able to measure what I have next to what everyone else have.

I only have common bank accounts (saving and checking), common credit card, common car, common car loan, and common utility bills with some pictures for us alone, with family and friends and possibly letters from neighbors and work as well as tax returns x 2.  Husband owns the place where we live long before wife came here, so we don't rent and it is not jointly owned (just owned by husband). Wife does not drive, so she is not on auto-insurance. No life insurance. No health insurance. Both our ID's say the same address, our home address. No health power of attorney at this time but I am thinking we can make a health power of attorney fairly easy later today.  We did not travel outside the US, so no joint itineraries.  We went to a couple of neighboring states, driving, and stayed with family/friends.

 

Is that enough? What do you do if you don't have more? Could people share with me their thoughts, please?

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You send what you have.  Explain in a cover letter that husband owned house previous to marriage, and that wife does not drive.  By the way, even if wife is not on the deed of the house, wife should be on the homeowner's insurance.

 

When you see a big list that people send in, that does not mean you have to have the same documents.  Be sure to send ALL pages of bank statements and credit card statements.

 

Best of luck.

 

Sukie in NY


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22 hours ago, Sukie said:

You send what you have.  Explain in a cover letter that husband owned house previous to marriage, and that wife does not drive.  By the way, even if wife is not on the deed of the house, wife should be on the homeowner's insurance.

 

When you see a big list that people send in, that does not mean you have to have the same documents.  Be sure to send ALL pages of bank statements and credit card statements.

 

Best of luck.

 

Sukie in NY

Thank you... I am going to have to send what I have.  But, does it look adequate to an outsider (or someone who is unbiased)?

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Financial intermingling proofs are very important:

 

Bank statement, credit card, car, tax returns etc are good.

 

[1] Wife as a 401k beneficiary- better to add

[2]  Why no health insurance- if it is personal do not need to answers

[3] Any mutual fund- wife as a beneficiary?

[4] Send pictures when visited together outside your town with friends and family members- a few

[5] Two letters from friends

 

Edited by dilip

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1 hour ago, dilip said:

Financial intermingling proofs are very important:

 

Bank statement, credit card, car, tax returns etc are good.

 

[1] Wife as a 401k beneficiary- better to add

[2]  Why no health insurance- if it is personal do not need to answers

[3] Any mutual fund- wife as a beneficiary?

[4] Send pictures when visited together outside your town with friends and family members- a few

[5] Two letters from friends

 

Thank  you, Dilip... We simply do not have 1,2,3.  Reason does not matter why we don't have it.  We simply do not have it.  We can do 4 and 5. So, you think not including 1,2,3 may potentially cause a problem for us?

 

 

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