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I filed n400 online  june 11th, had biometrics and estimated completion date of may 2020..

Evidence sent

Marriage certificate, 

Spouse previous marriage divorce certificate. 

10 year green card front and back.

Tax returns last 4 years. 

Spouse passport page.

Updated police certificates. 

Additional evidence sent 

Joint car title deed on new car.

Title deed new house.

Most recent mortgage statement.

Was thinking of adding ...

Photocopies of our driving licenses side by side with the 3 different physical addresses we have lived at.

A page with 4 bank debit cards showing joint accounts. 

A page showing photocopies of our credit cards ( me as authorized user).

Should i upload  copies of living will, medical power of attorney etc.???

Also i am printing off monthly mortgage statements, excel  energy statements and bank statements (every few months). Should i upload these or just take it all along with the r.o.c. evidence in folders to the interview.  I applied within a couple of weeks of r.o.c. approval how much paperwork do they want?????

Ty for all and any advice...

So happy to be nearing the finishing line.

Philip 

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, philw said:

 

Hi all 

I filed n400 online  june 11th, had biometrics and estimated completion date of may 2020..

Evidence sent

Marriage certificate, 

Spouse previous marriage divorce certificate. 

10 year green card front and back.

Tax returns last 4 years. 

Spouse passport page.

Updated police certificates. 

Additional evidence sent 

Joint car title deed on new car.

Title deed new house.

Most recent mortgage statement.

Was thinking of adding ...

Photocopies of our driving licenses side by side with the 3 different physical addresses we have lived at.

A page with 4 bank debit cards showing joint accounts. 

A page showing photocopies of our credit cards ( me as authorized user).

Should i upload  copies of living will, medical power of attorney etc.???

Also i am printing off monthly mortgage statements, excel  energy statements and bank statements (every few months). Should i upload these or just take it all along with the r.o.c. evidence in folders to the interview.  I applied within a couple of weeks of r.o.c. approval how much paperwork do they want?????

Ty for all and any advice...

So happy to be nearing the finishing line.

Philip 

 

 

 

Less about proving marriage is real at this point. Take the evidence to your ROC interview. 


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16 hours ago, philw said:

 

Hi all 

I filed n400 online  june 11th, had biometrics and estimated completion date of may 2020..

Evidence sent

Marriage certificate, 

Spouse previous marriage divorce certificate. 

10 year green card front and back.

Tax returns last 4 years. 

Spouse passport page.

Updated police certificates. 

Additional evidence sent 

Joint car title deed on new car.

Title deed new house.

Most recent mortgage statement.

Was thinking of adding ...

Photocopies of our driving licenses side by side with the 3 different physical addresses we have lived at.

A page with 4 bank debit cards showing joint accounts. 

A page showing photocopies of our credit cards ( me as authorized user).

Should i upload  copies of living will, medical power of attorney etc.???

Also i am printing off monthly mortgage statements, excel  energy statements and bank statements (every few months). Should i upload these or just take it all along with the r.o.c. evidence in folders to the interview.  I applied within a couple of weeks of r.o.c. approval how much paperwork do they want?????

Ty for all and any advice...

So happy to be nearing the finishing line.

Philip 

 

 

 

You already submitted those.  At this point, only advice is to take original of all those documents for Interview.  IO might not see any.  You added more than needed documents for N-400,  so relax 

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3 hours ago, dilip said:

You already submitted those.  At this point, only advice is to take original of all those documents for Interview.  IO might not see any.  You added more than needed documents for N-400,  so relax 

Ty ... i haven't submitted all those but some i still can if people advise me i should. Making copies of things like bank statements,  mortgage and utilities and putting in folder to take to interview... ty for ur response. 

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