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Bank Statements and I-75: can I conceal some info on the statement?

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I was responsible for managing the bills and my spouse used to transfer me money during the month for our expenses (That is basically why we opened a joint account). Sometimes when she transfer money, she would write me a note. Those notes could be sometime a little inappropriate. We both had dirty sense of humor, we never really assumed anyone will take a look at the statements, so I am wondering is it okay to just conceal those notes with the sharpie like the president? I will not touch the amount or the transaction info tho.

 

Also, I am not keen that the USCIS IO keen of Zelle and such money transfer, do I need to explain to them how Zelle works? I can ask my soon to be ex wife for a bank statement to prove that she is the one transferred the money; other than that, the statement usually shows her first and last name, bank name and #, and amount

 

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If you censor anything on any of the documents it will look suspicious, like you are trying to hide something.  I assume they will know what Zelle is, and seeing her full name on the transfer info should be enough to prove that she was the person sending the money.


 

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Maybe see if you can download new online statements.  That will take care of any pesky notes written on the physical copies you have.  But in any case, definitely don't recommend redacting anything.


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47 minutes ago, AstroCanada said:

Maybe see if you can download new online statements.  That will take care of any pesky notes written on the physical copies you have.  But in any case, definitely don't recommend redacting anything.

unfortunately, both will show the notes. I might just omit those statements with any inappropriate words.

 

I might just include everything for a peace of mind,

Edited by Back2Reality

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I would send them anyways. You two are adults and the person looking at your documents is an adult, they can handle it. If anything, I think it shows more that your marriage wasn’t for a green card. Do you think a green card marriage would write naughty notes? Na! :)

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