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Hello everyone,


Having filed for AOS on the 5th August, I have been scheduled for my green card interview for November 26th at Mount Laurel, NJ. This has rolled around a lot quicker than expected and is ahead of EAD/AP from what I can gather.


Anyway, I'm hoping that you kind souls can help with a few questions that I have..


1.) I don't need the completed medical examination I-693 do I? I have a completed medical report from my K1 which was carried out in April this year.

2.) What documentation falls under "All documentation establishing your eligibility for Lawful Permanent Resident status."?

3.) Evidence of relationship - Having only been here for 4 months we're a bit limited in what we have, but the plan is to bring - Photos, Medical Insurance, Car insurance, Joint bank accounts, Joint Credit Cards, Demonstrating we're on the same mobile phone family plan, (maybe even joint Spotify plan?!) and finally life insurance documents if we can sort them in time. Thoughts on what we have available?


If there are any other useful tips that people may have do feel free to throw them at me too, I'm all ears.


Thank you very much.



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1. No the DS-3025 is enough.

2. Marriage certificate, Birth certificate, evidence of a valid marriage? Photos?  (Originals and translations and an extra set of copies to give to them, if for whatever reason, they lost the ones you already submitted.) anything you may have submitted with AOS, like  I-94 record, divorce or whatever.

3. this is a good list, you can add joint tax returns if you did file before you filed AOS. i brought wedding invitations and future trips to be taken but they didn't even look at that.

AOS/EAD/AP ->: 11/29/18 - NOA1: 12/04/18

Biometric NOA:  12/14/18  Biometric Appt: 12/26/18

Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview: 1/16/19

EAD/AP approval: 3/18/19

AOS Interview Appt: 6/4/19

AOS Interview: 7/10/19

AOS Approved: 7/23/19



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