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Does anyone have a sample Affidavit of Proof of Life together after marriage?  We want to have something that shows that we have been living together and doing things together as a couple since we been married.  We figured this would be more evidence we could bring to the interview.  We plan to get a few people to sign the affidavit testifying that they have witness this.  Thanks.


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11/10/2017:  Met in person 1st time (traveled to Philippines: 11/8/2017 - 11/20/2017)

01/29/2018:  I-129F petition sent to the USCIS Dallas lockbox via USPS

01/31/2018:  I-129F petition delivered and signed by USCIS

02/06/2018:  Check was cashed ($535); Received acceptance confirmation email and text from USCIS; Case being transferred to CSC

02/08/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 01/31/2018; NOA1 notice date: 02/05/2018)

08/09/2018:  I-129F petition approved (total wait time: 190 days from received date and 185 days from notice date) 

08/13/2018:  NOA2 hard copy received via USPS

08/22/2018:  NVC received I-129F petition

08/23/2018:  NVC assigned case number

09/03/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 1)

09/04/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 2)

09/04/2018:  NVC sent I-129F petition to embassy

09/05/2018:  Embassy received I-129F petition

09/23/2018:  Met in person 2nd time (traveled to Philippines: 09/21/2018 - 10/07/2018)

09/24/2018:  Interview - Approved! (Interview took 236 days from received date and 231 days from notice date)

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10/03/2018:  Flew from BCD to MNL and back to get CFO - GCP sticker

10/06/2018:  POE at JFK airport in New York

10/22/2018:  Received marriage license application (applied on 10/17/2018)

11/07/2018:  Received SSN card (applied on 10/24/2018)

11/10/2018:  Married to my Honeybun!

AOS/EAD/AP

11/23/2018:  Packet sent to the USCIS Chicago lockbox via USPS

11/29/2018:  Packet delivered and signed by USCIS

12/05/2018:  Check was cashed ($1225); Received three acceptance confirmation texts (one for each form) from the USCIS

12/11/2018:  NOA1 hard copies received (one for each form) via USPS (NOA1 received date: 11/29/2018; NOA1 notice date: 12/03/2018)

12/13/2018:  Biometrics (ASC) appointment notice hard copy received via USPS (notice date: 12/07/2018)

12/26/2018:  Biometrics (ASC) appointment at 9:00am at the USCIS Application Support Center in Charleston, SC

01/02/2019:  AOS case status update:  Ready to schedule interview

01/09/2019:  AOS case status update:  Interview scheduled

01/12/2019:  Interview appointment notice hard copy received via USPS (notice date: 01/09/2019)

02/19/2019:  Interview for AOS:  I-485

??/??/2019:  Green card received in mail

01/02/2019 *State ID card - Applied and received temporary paper ID....waiting on real physical card ID.

*Added on joint bank accounts and 401K beneficiary and health insurance

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13 minutes ago, Tokenfreak said:

Does anyone have a sample Affidavit of Proof of Life together after marriage?  We want to have something that shows that we have been living together and doing things together as a couple since we been married.  We figured this would be more evidence we could bring to the interview.  We plan to get a few people to sign the affidavit testifying that they have witness this.  Thanks.

Honestly that affidavit will have little effect on your petition is not quality evidence either. The key would be a lease in both your names, home/rental insurance, health insurance, bank statements. 

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19 minutes ago, Tokenfreak said:

Does anyone have a sample Affidavit of Proof of Life together after marriage?  We want to have something that shows that we have been living together and doing things together as a couple since we been married.  We figured this would be more evidence we could bring to the interview.  We plan to get a few people to sign the affidavit testifying that they have witness this.  Thanks.

all though affidavits are good they are considered secondary evidence.

 

to prove on going marriage would be car insurance in both names, rental agreements, bank accounts, credit cards, cell phones, living will, life insurance naming spouse as primary beneficiary, contact information naming spouse as emergency contact. Filing taxes as married and joint. 

 

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10 minutes ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

Honestly that affidavit will have little effect on your petition is not quality evidence either. The key would be a lease in both your names, home/rental insurance, health insurance, bank statements. 

 

3 minutes ago, Khallaf said:

all though affidavits are good they are considered secondary evidence.

 

to prove on going marriage would be car insurance in both names, rental agreements, bank accounts, credit cards, cell phones, living will, life insurance naming spouse as primary beneficiary, contact information naming spouse as emergency contact. Filing taxes as married and joint. 

 

 

I'm aware of all that. We have a lot of these things. We just thought it would be good as secondary evidence.


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06/19/2017:  Met online on a dating site (Date in Asia)

11/10/2017:  Met in person 1st time (traveled to Philippines: 11/8/2017 - 11/20/2017)

01/29/2018:  I-129F petition sent to the USCIS Dallas lockbox via USPS

01/31/2018:  I-129F petition delivered and signed by USCIS

02/06/2018:  Check was cashed ($535); Received acceptance confirmation email and text from USCIS; Case being transferred to CSC

02/08/2018:  NOA1 hard copy received via USPS (NOA1 received date: 01/31/2018; NOA1 notice date: 02/05/2018)

08/09/2018:  I-129F petition approved (total wait time: 190 days from received date and 185 days from notice date) 

08/13/2018:  NOA2 hard copy received via USPS

08/22/2018:  NVC received I-129F petition

08/23/2018:  NVC assigned case number

09/03/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 1)

09/04/2018:  Medical exam at SLEC (Day 2)

09/04/2018:  NVC sent I-129F petition to embassy

09/05/2018:  Embassy received I-129F petition

09/23/2018:  Met in person 2nd time (traveled to Philippines: 09/21/2018 - 10/07/2018)

09/24/2018:  Interview - Approved! (Interview took 236 days from received date and 231 days from notice date)

09/25/2018:  Attended the CFO - GCP session

09/28/2018:  Visa packet in hand (picked up at Robinson's Mall in Bacolod, Philippines)

10/03/2018:  Flew from BCD to MNL and back to get CFO - GCP sticker

10/06/2018:  POE at JFK airport in New York

10/22/2018:  Received marriage license application (applied on 10/17/2018)

11/07/2018:  Received SSN card (applied on 10/24/2018)

11/10/2018:  Married to my Honeybun!

AOS/EAD/AP

11/23/2018:  Packet sent to the USCIS Chicago lockbox via USPS

11/29/2018:  Packet delivered and signed by USCIS

12/05/2018:  Check was cashed ($1225); Received three acceptance confirmation texts (one for each form) from the USCIS

12/11/2018:  NOA1 hard copies received (one for each form) via USPS (NOA1 received date: 11/29/2018; NOA1 notice date: 12/03/2018)

12/13/2018:  Biometrics (ASC) appointment notice hard copy received via USPS (notice date: 12/07/2018)

12/26/2018:  Biometrics (ASC) appointment at 9:00am at the USCIS Application Support Center in Charleston, SC

01/02/2019:  AOS case status update:  Ready to schedule interview

01/09/2019:  AOS case status update:  Interview scheduled

01/12/2019:  Interview appointment notice hard copy received via USPS (notice date: 01/09/2019)

02/19/2019:  Interview for AOS:  I-485

??/??/2019:  Green card received in mail

01/02/2019 *State ID card - Applied and received temporary paper ID....waiting on real physical card ID.

*Added on joint bank accounts and 401K beneficiary and health insurance

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3 minutes ago, Tokenfreak said:

 

 

I'm aware of all that. We have a lot of these things. We just thought it would be good as secondary evidence.

as long as you have all that you can add affidavits for secondary evidence, as far as a sample they just need to tell how they know you, how long they have known about your marriage what they have witnessed give their full name where they were born when they were born and where they live now.

 

so it can start with my name is Joe Smith, I was born 11/8/82 in Fargo, North Dakota, and I live in 5467 XYZ court in plano, Tx 54466 I have known subject A for X amount of time and is now married to subject B since 5-6-18 for the time I have known them I have seen them go to A place, we have invited them for X party and can see how happy they are together,. blah blah blah.

 

any way you write it is fine, and then have them sign in front of a notary, this can normally be done for free at their work or bank. 

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Take whatever you feel may help you. The more the better they say and even if thy are not interested in looking at it, atleast you know you had to incase they did want more. 

 

It all depends on the Interviewer you get. I didn't get my combo card until a month before my interview date was scheduled which means i haven't been able to work or get a state ID since being married. They needed a combo card for me getting my State ID, they wouldn't put me on his bank account until i get my green card and they wouldn't add me to the place we live until all of that either. So the interviewer was very understanding and he just took notes of stuff we have got both our names on for the next interview we come across in the future. 


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