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We submitted our applications around late January and just had our interview this Monday and wanted to share our experience. Once again I really think it depends a lot on who you get for your interview. The only supporting documents we submitted was utility bills, health ins, and marriage certificate. We were a bit worried because we didn't submit lease agreement or bank statement but everything went fine and our case was approved and it showed the new card in production the morning after the interview. We didn't think it was gonna be this easy so we are very thankful for that but this goes to show you how easy it can be for some people and not for some. Don't overthink and worry too much. btw we submitted our applications after overstaying on esta for about 2 years. Good luck everybody. 

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