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Im trying to identify the supporting documents that should be sent along with the I130 petition for my spouse that lives outside the USA.  I have seen the required forms to be filled out but i have some grey areas in relation to what specific supporting documents that should be sent with it and what documents should i send after.

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11 minutes ago, hershbar said:

Im trying to identify the supporting documents that should be sent along with the I130 petition for my spouse that lives outside the USA.  I have seen the required forms to be filled out but i have some grey areas in relation to what specific supporting documents that should be sent with it and what documents should i send after.

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I would print out and use the optional checklist from the USCIS website.  That is what we used for our K-1 petition, and it was approved without a hitch.

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36 minutes ago, hershbar said:

Im trying to identify the supporting documents that should be sent along with the I130 petition for my spouse that lives outside the USA.  I have seen the required forms to be filled out but i have some grey areas in relation to what specific supporting documents that should be sent with it and what documents should i send after.

 

Check out this guide:  https://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide1

 

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The answer to your question depends on your circumstances.  With your circumstances in mind, carefully study the I-130 instructions.  Then, come back with any remaining SPECIFIC questions.  WE don't know what YOU need to include.  As you read the instructions, note that the list of items that follows the words, "In addition to the required..." are not "REQUIRED".


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