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i'll be submitting my ROC  month from now and i was wondering if this is enough evidence ?

or if there's anything you guys would advise me to do or ?

2 cars joint insurance

1 joint car title

1 car registration under us spouse name

3 joint bank accounts(2 checking and 1 savings)

bank statements for all the bank accounts since they have been opened

1 statement from the hospital showing me as a parent for my step kids 

1 release of information form from the hospital for me and my wife  (a form stating that the hospital can release my wife's medical information for me and vice versa)

1 joint lease and history of payment for the one and only apartment we rented since 2017

Drivers licenses showing same addresses

daycare and school papers showing me as a the emergency contact for my step kids

pictures together and with family and the kids

pictures of some trips and camping trips we took

utility bills (some under both names and some under us citizen name but showing our address)

some  random mail for both of us showing same address

i recently purchased a credit card and i added my wife as an authorized user (2days ago) by the time i file for Roc i'll probably have two statements under both names

2017+2018 tax transcripts filed jointly

a document showing my wife a my emergency contact at work

i'm trying to purchase a life insurance with my wife listed as a beneficiary and hopefully i'll get it done before i submit ROC.

thank you

 

 

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Looks pretty good to me.....good luck....


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18 minutes ago, Cryssiekins said:

While there’s no harm in including everything (my filing was something like 477 pages), they are most concerned with financial stuff - which you seem to have a really good amount of :)  

Would you mind telling me what was in your application that is missing in mine?!  Thank you

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34 minutes ago, Tunisian_tunisia said:

Would you mind telling me what was in your application that is missing in mine?!  Thank you

We submitted the following:

 

copy of front and back of green card

copy of marriage certificate 

copy of driver licenses with same address

copies of two leases 

copies of our checking statements

copies of our savings statements

copies of our credit card statements (with copies of actual card since account is only in one name)

IRS Tax Transcripts for 2016 and 2017

Certified copy of NY State tax returns

Copies of joint car insurance

Copies of joint health insurance 

Letters from our employers stating each other as beneficiary for employer sponsored life insurance

5 receipts from events we attended with a picture of each

Screenshots of our daily texting (we work opposite shifts, but text each other all day - 1-3 per month, just to give a general picture.  If they read it, it’s boring.  We are not exciting people 😊)

About 12 photos over the last 2 years 

3 affidavits signed and notarized by family members 

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Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, Living Wills?

Retirement Plans (i.e., IRA, 403b, 401k, annuities) listing partner as beneficiary?

 

 


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OP, I think you're pretty set there.  It shows you live together and commingle finances with some real, serious evidence.  Take a deep breath and congratulate yourself for being so organized.


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14 hours ago, Cryssiekins said:

We submitted the following:

 

copy of front and back of green card

copy of marriage certificate 

copy of driver licenses with same address

copies of two leases 

copies of our checking statements

copies of our savings statements

copies of our credit card statements (with copies of actual card since account is only in one name)

IRS Tax Transcripts for 2016 and 2017

Certified copy of NY State tax returns

Copies of joint car insurance

Copies of joint health insurance 

Letters from our employers stating each other as beneficiary for employer sponsored life insurance

5 receipts from events we attended with a picture of each

Screenshots of our daily texting (we work opposite shifts, but text each other all day - 1-3 per month, just to give a general picture.  If they read it, it’s boring.  We are not exciting people 😊)

About 12 photos over the last 2 years 

3 affidavits signed and notarized by family members 

Thank you so much,but do i have to make an explanation for the things that I don’t have?! Like the joint health insurance,the 401k and the joint phone plan?!

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12 hours ago, Pitaya (火龙果) said:

Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, Living Wills?

Retirement Plans (i.e., IRA, 403b, 401k, annuities) listing partner as beneficiary?

 

 

I don’t have any of these, do i have to make an explanation why?! Also I’m only a month away from submitting ROC wouldn’t it be suspicious to get these evidence only right before applying?!

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Just now, Tunisian_tunisia said:

I don’t have any of these, do i have to make an explanation why?! Also I’m only a month away from submitting ROC wouldn’t it be suspicious to get these evidence only right before applying?!

We did.  We didn’t always have joint car insurance bc my husband had charges and I had no US driving record so we couldn’t find a company that would put us on the same plan for a reasonable cost,

so we explained that.  They know everyone’s circumstance is different, but I think it goes a long way to acknowledge anything that’s missing :)  

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29 minutes ago, Cryssiekins said:

We did.  We didn’t always have joint car insurance bc my husband had charges and I had no US driving record so we couldn’t find a company that would put us on the same plan for a reasonable cost,

so we explained that.  They know everyone’s circumstance is different, but I think it goes a long way to acknowledge anything that’s missing :)  

Okay thank you so much, but is your ROC application still pending?! If yes, how long has it been?! 

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We submitted our wills, DPOAs, Living wills in our response to an RFE. The RFE said that they wanted more marriage bonafides. In our initial 6 pounds of paper ROC submission we included what we thought was plenty of data. We sent in comprehensive quarterly bank statements, stock account statements, etc. Nope, they wanted every blasted month. So to comply we sent in everything 'cept the kitchen sink. Our response to the RFE was almost 4  pounds. That must have done it. We were approved. 

 

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7 hours ago, Tunisian_tunisia said:

Okay thank you so much, but is your ROC application still pending?! If yes, how long has it been?! 

Yes, still pending.  Submitted in January. 

 

2 minutes ago, Pitaya (火龙果) said:

We submitted our wills, DPOAs, Living wills in our response to an RFE. The RFE said that they wanted more marriage bonafides. In our initial 6 pounds of paper ROC submission we included what we thought was plenty of data. We sent in comprehensive quarterly bank statements, stock account statements, etc. Nope, they wanted every blasted month. So to comply we sent in everything 'cept the kitchen sink. Our response to the RFE was almost 4  pounds. That must have done it. We were approved. 

 

Good luck on your immigration journey.

Yeah, I started reading that people were getting rfe’s for every single statement, so I erred with caution and sent each statement.  Like, do they really look at them that in-depth?  All that comes out of

our account is bill payments, how boring is that?  Such a frustrating process.

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8 minutes ago, Pitaya (火龙果) said:

We submitted our wills, DPOAs, Living wills in our response to an RFE. The RFE said that they wanted more marriage bonafides. In our initial 6 pounds of paper ROC submission we included what we thought was plenty of data. We sent in comprehensive quarterly bank statements, stock account statements, etc. Nope, they wanted every blasted month. So to comply we sent in everything 'cept the kitchen sink. Our response to the RFE was almost 4  pounds. That must have done it. We were approved. 

 

Good luck on your immigration journey.

Could you please share the text of the RFE you received? I'm particularly interested in the part that requests account statements for every month. Xie xie!

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