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Hello,

We are filling out our documents for removing the conditions with the I-751.  My wife(the conditional resident) and I have been living together since marriage, we go on frequent trips ect.  The main issue is we do not have shared utilities and our joint account was not used very much as I am the main provider of the house right now.  We have lease agreements, photos together, joint health insurance, I put her as beneficiary on my retirement, etc.  Is it worth showing that mail addressed to us(separately but to the same address)  any help?  Do cards sent to us from family help at all?  We are just trying to get everything together so we can send out tomorrow and just trying to make sure we leave nothing out.  

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I don't think any piece of mail that doesn't have both your names on it holds much weight but it doesn't hurt to send it over.

Cards are good too. Send copies only. There is a chance they will ask for this stuff again, be it for an RFE or N-400 application or the interview, and you want the originals with you.

 

You mentioned frequent trips made together. If you have boarding passes from those, they are one of the best pieces of evidence. Even hotel bills corresponding with those boarding passes showing 2 people staying in 1 room will help too.

Definitely send lease agreements, pictures (with info on date and location), joint health insurance and retirement beneficiary. Send the joint account information too. Just having the account should be of significance too.

 

My advice, send what you have for now but do add your wife to all the utilities. If they do send RFE, that'll be one of the strong evidences and you can use it for N-400 too eventually. :)

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you can add her to the utilities

 

you want to use anything that process the two of you are married/living together. mail addressed to one of you but not both isnt good. you need it to be addressed to both.

financial documents:

leases

loans

bank statements

insurance

wills/POA

etc

 


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Thank you for all the help, I do have her as authorized users on internet and power, both of which do not allow 2 people to be on the billing statement, I had to print off something from their websites showing she is an authorized user.  Currently those are the only 2 utility bills we have.  Most of the other suggestions provided we do already have, so that is good.

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Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney and Living Wills are excellent marriage bonafides ROC evidence. Additionally, you never know when the emergent use of those documents becomes necessary. 

 

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Send copies of both of your State issued ID cards showing the same address. 

If you haven’t done it already - add your spouse as an authorized user on any of your credit cards and send them copies of those cards showing the same number. 

If you’ve traveled OUTSIDE the US together - make copies of both of your passport pages showing airport stamps. If you saved the boarding passes or ticket confirmations showing both your names in the same itinerary - print that too.

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