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My husband and I are preparing our packet for his removal of conditions for his residency. Do we really need affidavits sworn by two people who have known us since the start of the marriage? My spouse and I do not have a mutual friends, but I have friends and family members who could fill write something attesting the nature of my and my spouse's relationship. We have joint leases, credit cards, utilities, bank accounts, pets and so on as proof. I have cards sent by my family and friends to the two of us as well. Please advise. 

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As long as you have plenty of other proof don't worry about the affidavits. 


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Thanks, that was what we thought. I was literally going to ask my mom and grandmother for affidavits, which seems pointless since I have cards and photos and such from them to us to show they know the nature of our marriage. Most of my friends live all in other states now or even other countries, so it seems a pain to get any from them. We are gonna stick with all our bills, credit cards, leases, bank accounts, insurances and pets and moving expenses when we relocated for his job.

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1 hour ago, lotusrose1987 said:

Thanks, that was what we thought. I was literally going to ask my mom and grandmother for affidavits, which seems pointless since I have cards and photos and such from them to us to show they know the nature of our marriage. Most of my friends live all in other states now or even other countries, so it seems a pain to get any from them. We are gonna stick with all our bills, credit cards, leases, bank accounts, insurances and pets and moving expenses when we relocated for his job.

No affidavits are fine.  But prepare a few more items, such has power of attorney for health to each other , living will for each other., beneficiary of 40IK and life insurance for each other. 

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52 minutes ago, afrocraft said:

Meh. They're almost useless, unless there are critical gaps in your evidence that need further explanation. 

 

Click on the arrow below to see a framework I developed for thinking about the types of evidence for ROC.

 

Wow! This is actually super helpful! I never even thought of my some of the stuff listed which we have. 

 

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