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Removing Conditions on Residence; RFE april 2017 filer

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Hello,

 

I am a bit worried about my process.  I received an RFE and gathered most of the information requested; however, there was one affidavit (confirming that I am married and my marriage is not a fraud) that I finally obtained after the deadline which was 2/4/2019.  I have sent it to USCIS in nebraska.   I wanted to know if this will be a problem in this long process?

 

Does anyone know?

 

Thanks,

Renee

 

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Did they specifically require an affidavit from someone or was it just a suggested item on a long list of acceptable forms of evidence? 

 

Seems odd because an affidavit is only as honest as person who wrote it and how can anyone else possibly know your intentions for the marriage?  Or do you know someone who can read minds? 


 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Ren71 said:

Hello,

 

I am a bit worried about my process.  I received an RFE and gathered most of the information requested; however, there was one affidavit (confirming that I am married and my marriage is not a fraud) that I finally obtained after the deadline which was 2/4/2019.  I have sent it to USCIS in nebraska.   I wanted to know if this will be a problem in this long process?

 

Does anyone know?

 

Thanks,

Renee

 

Hi, You should share what they specifically requested in the RFE letter and what you initially sent before, so it would be easier to answer your question 

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JFH,

 

USCIS only sent a letter requesting more evidence, and gave a long list of item I could submit for evidence ( complete joint checking acct statement, insurance cards , credit card bills, life insurance, Joint income taxes, rent/lease agreement and finally affidavit.)  USCIS did not request an affidavit specifically, but it was part of the information I could send.  

 

Thanks.

 

Thanks, Ms80.

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5 hours ago, Ren71 said:

JFH,

 

USCIS only sent a letter requesting more evidence, and gave a long list of item I could submit for evidence ( complete joint checking acct statement, insurance cards , credit card bills, life insurance, Joint income taxes, rent/lease agreement and finally affidavit.)  USCIS did not request an affidavit specifically, but it was part of the information I could send.  

 

Thanks.

 

Thanks, Ms80.

Ok My understanding is you sent most of the evidence requested before the deadline except the affidavit that you sent after, I really don’t think it will be a problem because first you send most of the evidence requested before the deadline and secondly  affidavit doesn’t really have the same weight as co-mingling financial evidence. You should be ok 👍🏻 

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