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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada

Hey! Just want to make sure I grab everything I need for my upcoming interview! 


I will be bringing:

- my husband

- my interview notice

- my passport with K-1 Visa and I-94

- his passport

- a copy of my DS-3025 Vaccination Records + original

- a copy of our completed Affidavit of Support that we submitted, including his most recent W-2s, recent pay stubs, letter from his employer (can I use the one from the time we submitted? it's from April) 

- a copy and originals of all documents sent and received during the immigration process, including K-1 documentation and AOS documentation (except for EAD/AP as I received an interview notice prior to receiving either of these) 

- mine and my husband's original and copy of birth certificates

- a certified copy of Marriage certificate and a copy of that as well

- a copy of our lease with both our names/signatures on it (no utilities as they are included)

- bank statements from our joint account (opened weekend after getting married)

- we are under a family plan with his mother + others for our phone contract, so we will bring that as well...both our names are listed under there

- car insurance with both our names on it

- wedding photos and photos of us traveling around the state from the last few months, some together, some with family

note: we do not have health insurance, credit cards, etc. or any other joint things at this time - will the evidence of our relationship above suffice? I would think that a joint lease, bank account, car insurance, and phone contract + photos would be good enough? :)

- change of address e-mail I received to show that I changed my address, lol

- proof of current, past, and mailing addresses

- my SSN card



Is there anything I am missing or anything else you guys suggest I take? I'm sure I've forgotten something! Also, sorry for the messy order, I was kind of following the order of interview notice! 


Any tips for the interview? Any important questions I should know about?  


Thank you! :D 


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China

Here is a link to another recent similarly-themed thread that may have some useful information for you: https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/704952-documentation-establishing-eligibility-for-lawful-permanent-resident-status/


Good luck on your immigration journey.




Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

"Si vis amari, ama" - Seneca




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