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Hello I would appreciate some advice from anyone who can help. 

My husband and I have our AOS interview next week.  We applied for AOS in September 2018 I received my EAD in February and my interview notice in early March. 

We have little in the way of "evidence"  I wasn't working and my husband only works part time his credit is not good he doesn't have a lot of financial documents to add me to. We live with family at the moment so we have no bills or lease in our names. 

So far we have 

*Phone bill

*Joint back account 

*Life insurance 

*My aunt who we are living with wrote a letter explaining that we both live with her and my husband helps with the bills.

*We have pictures of us and friends and family

*We have cards we get from friends and family on our wedding day and also our anniversary. 

 

We are really trying to find a place for ourselves I'm currently job hunting. 

Please advise if there is anything we could do even though the date is so close. 

Any help or suggestion will be greatly appreciated. 

 

Thank you and God bless good luck to everyone on this journey. 

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1 hour ago, Brook72 said:

Hello I would appreciate some advice from anyone who can help. 

My husband and I have our AOS interview next week.  We applied for AOS in September 2018 I received my EAD in February and my interview notice in early March. 

We have little in the way of "evidence"  I wasn't working and my husband only works part time his credit is not good he doesn't have a lot of financial documents to add me to. We live with family at the moment so we have no bills or lease in our names. 

So far we have 

*Phone bill

*Joint back account 

*Life insurance 

*My aunt who we are living with wrote a letter explaining that we both live with her and my husband helps with the bills.

*We have pictures of us and friends and family

*We have cards we get from friends and family on our wedding day and also our anniversary. 

 

We are really trying to find a place for ourselves I'm currently job hunting. 

Please advise if there is anything we could do even though the date is so close. 

Any help or suggestion will be greatly appreciated. 

 

Thank you and God bless good luck to everyone on this journey. 

You'll be fine.

 

If you're still worried, some ideas:

 

Medical insurance? If none... Risky. If joint, include it. 

 

Auto insurance? Even if you have one car, even if it's owned by someone else, you should both be listed as insured. 

 

What do you do on the daily basis? For example, if you go to the library, get your membership record that shows your address. If you volunteer, do the same. Museums? Other memberships? 

 

Any trips together? 

 

Either way, you're not in horrible shape. Feel free to write up a letter that outlines your expenses and how those are paid (hopefully from your joint account), and your plans for the future in bullet point form. 

Edited by eckoin

Adjusting from TN to GC as spouse of USC

2015-11-23: Last TN received at CBP

2017-06-12: Married

2018-06-25: Mailed I-485, I-864, I-130/I-130A, and I-765 to USCIS

2018-07-24: Biometrics appointment

2018-08-28: Expedite request submitted for EAD via USCIS support line

2018-09-21: EAD and SSN received in the mail

2018-10-11: Case is ready to be scheduled for interview

2018-10-31: Interview is scheduled

2018-11-21: TN expired

2018-12-11: AOS Interview - approved 

2018-12-18: Green Card received

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2020-12-11: Conditional green card expires 

 

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1 hour ago, eckoin said:

You'll be fine.

 

If you're still worried, some ideas:

 

Medical insurance? If none... Risky. If joint, include it. 

 

Auto insurance? Even if you have one car, even if it's owned by someone else, you should both be listed as insured. 

 

What do you do on the daily basis? For example, if you go to the library, get your membership record that shows your address. If you volunteer, do the same. Museums? Other memberships? 

 

Any trips together? 

 

Either way, you're not in horrible shape. Feel free to write up a letter that outlines your expenses and how those are paid (hopefully from your joint account), and your plans for the future in bullet point form. 

Thank you so much for taking the time to respond with some great ideas I really appreciate it. 

 

My husband is on his dad's insurance.  It's been really rough on him these past few months he lost his mom in November and his dad in February I really don't want to add my stress and anxiety to his grief. 

 

I'll go to the library tomorrow. I tried looking on the library app to print my address and maybe apply for a card for my husband as well. 

I unfortunately don't have health insurance and I have already gotten started on the letter you suggested.

 

Thanks again for your help.  

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