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I am reading the N-400 instructions document, and it says on page 10 that list the documents to submit with form N-400.

 

Copy of PR card,

Copy of Current Marital status

 

Confused if that's it?

 

I am reading lot of posts here discussing  supporting documents such as tax return, travel history, etc. These documents are listed as documents to bring with at the time of N-400 interview.

 

I am wondering if everyone submit documents along with N-400 application proactively or wait till interview to take these documents.

 

Please guide :)

 

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Which checklist? If you are refering to checklist in M-477 naturalization guide nothing else such as arrest records, child support and stuff is applicable to me. 

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47 minutes ago, jo.mburu said:

I am reading the N-400 instructions document, and it says on page 10 that list the documents to submit with form N-400.

 

Copy of PR card,

Copy of Current Marital status

 

Confused if that's it?

 

I am reading lot of posts here discussing  supporting documents such as tax return, travel history, etc. These documents are listed as documents to bring with at the time of N-400 interview.

 

I am wondering if everyone submit documents along with N-400 application proactively or wait till interview to take these documents.

 

Please guide :)

 

Well we are submitting online and as it says the more supporting evidence helps.
So we have tax returns, lease, Drivers license,  Almost like our ROC package but will bring all the bills, and statements to interview.
I know the tax returns and lease are the two must haves.


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Under the five year rule you need only a handful of things, including a copy of the green card, certified copies of arrest and conviction records, a document indicating your current marital status, and for the most part that's about it.

 

Under the three year rule you need all of the above plus you have to prove a good faith marriage to your US citizen spouse, so car leases, mortgages, loans, tax returns, maybe some photos, bills, etc.

 

When I filed under the five year rule I just had my green card copy, Selective Service letter, death certificate of my wife, and a letter from law enforcement when I had been briefly detained once. No other documents were requested or required.


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13 minutes ago, Hypnos said:

Under the five year rule you need only a handful of things, including a copy of the green card, certified copies of arrest and conviction records, a document indicating your current marital status, and for the most part that's about it.

 

Under the three year rule you need all of the above plus you have to prove a good faith marriage to your US citizen spouse, so car leases, mortgages, loans, tax returns, maybe some photos, bills, etc.

 

When I filed under the five year rule I just had my green card copy, Selective Service letter, death certificate of my wife, and a letter from law enforcement when I had been briefly detained once. No other documents were requested or required.

Thanks, I am under five year rule. that makes me relieved :)

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