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Just curious if anyone else dealt with this, and what they did for the interview.

My husband and I live in an apartment together, but it's provided to us by his work, so the lease and the utility bills, etc, don't have our name on it, it's under the name of his work.

However the application we filled out has our names on it, would this do if we also brought along the bills and explained that it's under his work?

 

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11 minutes ago, madiartzer said:

Just curious if anyone else dealt with this, and what they did for the interview.

My husband and I live in an apartment together, but it's provided to us by his work, so the lease and the utility bills, etc, don't have our name on it, it's under the name of his work.

However the application we filled out has our names on it, would this do if we also brought along the bills and explained that it's under his work?

 

Yes, that will suffice as one piece of evidence.  Anything showing you both with a common address helps.


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1 minute ago, missileman said:

Yes, that will suffice as one piece of evidence.  Anything showing you both with a common address helps.

Okay, perfect. We were a little stressed since even the bills are under his work.

Thank you!

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1 minute ago, madiartzer said:

Okay, perfect. We were a little stressed since even the bills are under his work.

Thank you!

Concentrate on what you CAN provide...get creative.......insurance, wills, health care proxy statements, Amazon delivery labels (I used these), apply for store credit, etc......


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8 minutes ago, madiartzer said:

Just curious if anyone else dealt with this, and what they did for the interview.

My husband and I live in an apartment together, but it's provided to us by his work, so the lease and the utility bills, etc, don't have our name on it, it's under the name of his work.

However the application we filled out has our names on it, would this do if we also brought along the bills and explained that it's under his work?

 

Hello,

 

I just mailed in my I-485 the other day and this is what I did: (My fiance' came on a K-1)

 

Here is my list: (Hopefully this helps) I don't have all the documents with me right now but thinking on top of my head.

 

1) A copy of her State Identification and School Identification

3) A copy of her Front Page Information of her Passport and the approved Visa / Also made copies of our WAC # as well as the I-757 Approved  NOA2 / NVC letter everything

 (Remember the I-94 document online)

4) A copy of our Marriage Certificate and a copy of her Social Security Card

6) I added her to all our utilities bills the first month she got here so I copied 2-3 months of them 

7) I added her to my bank account and had 2-3 months transactions with both our name and made copies

8) I added her to my Auto Insurance as well as Health Insurance as well and made copies

9) I went to our local BCA (Law Enforcement ) and did an immigration check up with her Name and birthday (a copy as well authentic law enforcement paper that states that she have not done any crimes since she got here)

10) I added her to our mortgage and printed a copy of it as well 2-3 months

11) I included my 2017 & 2018 Federal Income Taxes as well as my last 3 pay stubs from my jobs (2019) stating that I am still working

12) I also went to Walgreens and made her take 2 passports photos and sent them along as seeing current look

13)  I also included an cashier check for $12?? + I don't remember on top of my head to Homeland security.

14) I made copies of the medical documents she did over at her country ---> I also brought her to do a check up with a doctor who was approved by USCIS (check online USICS for doctors near you) to do a checklist that she doesn't need any more shots and that her vaccinations are up to date. (Cost $400+)

15) There might be more.....This is all I can think of. When I get home and double check I will re added and reply to you. Hope this helps.

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

I've seen people submitting their dog adoption paperwork, although not sure how much weight that holds with USCIS adjudicators. Please do not adopt a dog just for this though. 

Hahaha, that's too funny. Anything goes though, I guess!

As much as I'd LOVE to adopt a dog, I've got 2 kitties in Canada staying with my mom that I'm waiting to eventually bring over.

I don't want a zoo. 😂

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4 minutes ago, X&P said:

Hello,

 

I just mailed in my I-485 the other day and this is what I did: (My fiance' came on a K-1)

 

Here is my list: (Hopefully this helps) I don't have all the documents with me right now but thinking on top of my head.

 

1) A copy of her State Identification and School Identification

3) A copy of her Front Page Information of her Passport and the approved Visa / Also made copies of our WAC # as well as the I-757 Approved  NOA2 / NVC letter everything

 (Remember the I-94 document online)

4) A copy of our Marriage Certificate and a copy of her Social Security Card

6) I added her to all our utilities bills the first month she got here so I copied 2-3 months of them 

7) I added her to my bank account and had 2-3 months transactions with both our name and made copies

😎 I added her to my Auto Insurance as well as Health Insurance as well and made copies

9) I went to our local BCA (Law Enforcement ) and did an immigration check up with her Name and birthday (a copy as well authentic law enforcement paper that states that she have not done any crimes since she got here)

10) I added her to our mortgage and printed a copy of it as well 2-3 months

11) I included my 2017 & 2018 Federal Income Taxes as well as my last 3 pay stubs from my jobs (2019) stating that I am still working

12) I also went to Walgreens and made her take 2 passports photos and sent them along as seeing current look

13)  I also included an cashier check for $12?? + I don't remember on top of my head to Homeland security.

14) I made copies of the medical documents she did over at her country ---> I also brought her to do a check up with a doctor who was approved by USCIS (check online USICS for doctors near you) to do a checklist that she doesn't need any more shots and that her vaccinations are up to date. (Cost $400+)

15) There might be more.....This is all I can think of. When I get home and double check I will re added and reply to you. Hope this helps.

 

 

 

 

We mailed out the I-485 in December, I'm looking for stuff to bring as proof of ongoing marriage for the interview.

Thank you though!

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1 minute ago, madiartzer said:

We mailed out the I-485 in December, I'm looking for stuff to bring as proof of ongoing marriage for the interview.

Thank you though!

That is good I am not there yet! Just think it as a normal interview. Remember to think it as a interview not an interrogation hahahaha. You guys should be fine! Don't sweat it!

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28 minutes ago, X&P said:

That is good I am not there yet! Just think it as a normal interview. Remember to think it as a interview not an interrogation hahahaha. You guys should be fine! Don't sweat it!

I definitely don't feel as nervous as I did for the K1 interview, I feel more prepared after having done that one, hahaha. 

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