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5 hours ago, DaveNot said:

Do I need to take my entire package of evidence with me to the interview? The interview letter doesn't say too, but speaking to people they say you do.

Yes you have to take all support documents, if you are married and file under 3 years rules specially but 5 years rules not much , when is your interview ? let us knows

 

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1 hour ago, bestluck said:

Yes you have to take all support documents, if you are married and file under 3 years rules specially but 5 years rules not much , when is your interview ? let us knows

 

Good luck  

I filled under the 3 year rule. The letter just states to bring a marriage certificate green card state issued id and proof of my wife's citizenship. I have all this, but do i need to print and take all supporting documents? Like bank statements, tax returns, receipts and pretty much everything i submitted online?

 

All that extra stuff i don't have, but can obtain and is time consuming. My interview is on the 11th

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2 hours ago, DaveNot said:

I filled under the 3 year rule. The letter just states to bring a marriage certificate green card state issued id and proof of my wife's citizenship. I have all this, but do i need to print and take all supporting documents? Like bank statements, tax returns, receipts and pretty much everything i submitted online?

 

All that extra stuff i don't have, but can obtain and is time consuming. My interview is on the 11th

I did filled under 3 years rules too , and i have all file ready for next week my interview here is list things i have ready for my interview hope this might helpful , 

Good Luck 

 

 

Green card

 

Passports expire one too

 

Marriage certification

 

Bank account together

 

Telephone Electric bills together

 

House tax paid by with our name

 

Car insurance together

 

File taxes together 2015-2016-2017-2018-

 

Family picture together every Christmas

 

Wife birth certificate and mine

 

Buy new car together I did paid down payment on it show in paper

 

Living in same address since I arrive to states 

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21 hours ago, DaveNot said:

Do I need to take my entire package of evidence with me to the interview? The interview letter doesn't say too, but speaking to people they say you do.

 

I took what was asked of me in the letter. My officer didn't want to see any of it. Go with what the letter says.

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I had my interview recently (3year marriage) and the immigration officer had everything I ever submitted to them in my file. He didn’t ask for much more than my passport, DL and Green Card. I submitted all my taxes and everything else when I filed online. He did add any additional information that I brought to my application (babies birth certificates and traffic ticket)

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16 minutes ago, Pshine said:

I had my interview recently (3year marriage) and the immigration officer had everything I ever submitted to them in my file. He didn’t ask for much more than my passport, DL and Green Card. I submitted all my taxes and everything else when I filed online. He did add any additional information that I brought to my application (babies birth certificates and traffic ticket)

What question they ask you ? like civic question please , 

 

Thank you and hope you get oath letter ?

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6 hours ago, bestluck said:

What question they ask you ? like civic question please , 

 

Thank you and hope you get oath letter ?

Thank you! I recived my Oath letter about 5days after the interview and it showed up online a day after interview. Good Luck! 

 

I posted this in a thread last week. 

 

Read: when is Presidents’ Day.

Write: American Indians lived here first.

Questions: why colonist fought the British? Who’s Vice President?

What happened September 11th?

What group of people came to the USA as slaves?

Howmany amendments are there? 

I forgot the last question. The interview wasn’t very hard. 

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9 hours ago, Pshine said:

Thank you! I recived my Oath letter about 5days after the interview and it showed up online a day after interview. Good Luck! 

 

I posted this in a thread last week. 

 

Read: when is Presidents’ Day.

Write: American Indians lived here first.

Questions: why colonist fought the British? Who’s Vice President?

What happened September 11th?

What group of people came to the USA as slaves?

Howmany amendments are there? 

I forgot the last question. The interview wasn’t very hard. 

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That's great congratulation , Thank you 

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