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Hi everyone, 

 

My status changed 7/10/2020. USCIS requested for more evidences. I am still waiting to get the letter from USCIS. I would like to share my experiences, and I need to get some ideas to prepare for this. 

 

me and my ex-wife met in the university. She could speak my country language, and also she visited my country a few time so we were able to understand each other better. Specially she loved my country's food so I felt more comfortable with her. We dated for almost 3 years, and then we got married right after graduation. After we married , I filed I-485 so I could stay in America with her. We lived in a apartment together for a year, but we couldn't save money. Whatever we earned, mostly we spent them all for our expense such as rent, bills, student loan, etc. So we moved in her mother's home and planned to move out when we saved up enough money. We lived in there for about 2 years, but in this time, our relationship wasn't go well. Marriage was harder than what we thought.. so we decided to be separated. We hired the lawyer who could help us to file divorce and I-751 together. Here is what I submitted for I-751.

 

Divorce Document

Copy of Insurance

Copy of Joint Bank Statement (we opened up this bank account only for saving and there are only two or three transaction histories since we opened up)

Copy for Lease (we lived in her mother' home so her mother wrote a paper to prove me and my ex-wife lived in her home. We had submitted a previous house contract before when we filed I-485.)

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Copy of Joint Tax (2 years)

Copy of mail received (I submit them all I have but not much because I usually get some letters from the chase bank and something for commercial reasons, and also I submitted some of them when I filed I-485)

Affidavits (2 from my Friends and 2 from my Family)

Flight Ticket (when we visited my country for travel)

a few letters we wrote to each others

 

This is all I could prove when I filed I-751.. I don't know yet what exactly they asked for, but this is all I could provide to them.

 

We used to have a joint credit card and we made this credit card to build up our credit scores. I was under her name and I asked her to get the credit card statement, but she didn't want to.

 

Her mother let us to use her mother's car so we didn't have any car related documents.

 

What else can I provide to them?? Maybe I was thinking printing out of our text messages since we are dating. Thank you for reading my experience. Please give me some advice.  

 

  

 

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4 minutes ago, jaylee1235 said:

Hi everyone, 

 

My status changed 7/10/2020. USCIS requested for more evidences. I am still waiting to get the letter from USCIS. I would like to share my experiences, and I need to get some ideas to prepare for this. 

 

me and my ex-wife met in the university. She could speak my country language, and also she visited my country a few time so we were able to understand each other better. Specially she loved my country's food so I felt more comfortable with her. We dated for almost 3 years, and then we got married right after graduation. After we married , I filed I-485 so I could stay in America with her. We lived in a apartment together for a year, but we couldn't save money. Whatever we earned, mostly we spent them all for our expense such as rent, bills, student loan, etc. So we moved in her mother's home and planned to move out when we saved up enough money. We lived in there for about 2 years, but in this time, our relationship wasn't go well. Marriage was harder than what we thought.. so we decided to be separated. We hired the lawyer who could help us to file divorce and I-751 together. Here is what I submitted for I-751.

 

Divorce Document

Copy of Insurance

Copy of Joint Bank Statement (we opened up this bank account only for saving and there are only two or three transaction histories since we opened up)

Copy for Lease (we lived in her mother' home so her mother wrote a paper to prove me and my ex-wife lived in her home. We had submitted a previous house contract before when we filed I-485.)

Pictures

Copy of Joint Tax (2 years)

Copy of mail received (I submit them all I have but not much because I usually get some letters from the chase bank and something for commercial reasons, and also I submitted some of them when I filed I-485)

Affidavits (2 from my Friends and 2 from my Family)

Flight Ticket (when we visited my country for travel)

a few letters we wrote to each others

 

This is all I could prove when I filed I-751.. I don't know yet what exactly they asked for, but this is all I could provide to them.

 

We used to have a joint credit card and we made this credit card to build up our credit scores. I was under her name and I asked her to get the credit card statement, but she didn't want to.

 

Her mother let us to use her mother's car so we didn't have any car related documents.

 

What else can I provide to them?? Maybe I was thinking printing out of our text messages since we are dating. Thank you for reading my experience. Please give me some advice.  

 

  

 

You have provided some good proof, I assume they will ask for something very specific. Try not to stress yourself and wait for the letter, then return with the specific wording of the request and wait for all the helpful answers :)

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1 hour ago, jaylee1235 said:

 

 

This is all I could prove when I filed I-751.. I don't know yet what exactly they asked for, but this is all I could provide to them.

 

 

 

Don't stress and wait for the letter; no one can tell you what to provide until you are told from USCIS what is missing...


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I agree with other posters here. 

 

If you could convince your ex- to let you have credit card statement copies then in my opinion it would be a big plus. My guess is RFE would ask you further evidence of "financial comingling". But I think you are in a very good shape with your case.

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2 minutes ago, kline19 said:

I agree with other posters here. 

 

If you could convince your ex- to let you have credit card statement copies then in my opinion it would be a big plus. My guess is RFE would ask you further evidence of "financial comingling". But I think you are in a very good shape with your case.

Yes, I agreed what other posters said and I also was thinking that they would ask me more the evidences of our financial prove, both our name on. About the credit card document, I asked my ex-wife again but she couldn't help me which is understandable and I am planning to explain this to USCIS if they asked for further financial evidences. That was a very good point! and also thank all of the other posters for sharing some your ideas. Very helpful!

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Hello guys, 

 

I got the RFE letter and USCIS asked me the final divorce decree and the petition for divorce document which I thought the law office submitted the final divorced document. Those two divorced documents I can submit it so it should be okay. And then they wrote down all the documents that I submit and they requested me other more evidences.    

 

I found some of the proofs for our relationship. 

 

  1. A letter my ex-wife wrote to me when we were in school
  2. Address when we lived together on DMV Customer Receipt, pay stub, one more mail.
  3. Boarding confirmation when we trip to an island, our both name on it.   
  4. An email from her mother's friend who provided us her home for our wedding place, was an insurance agent, asked us to join life insurance (We thought we didn't need life insurance yet so didn't join the life insurance)
  5. Text messages (190 pages)
  6. 2 more affidavits. one from our friend. one from my cousin

 

This is all our rest of the proofs.. I attached the letter below and please give me some advise. Thank you!

 

I covered some of personal informations so please understand this. 

 

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5 hours ago, jaylee1235 said:

Hello guys, 

 

I got the RFE letter and USCIS asked me the final divorce decree and the petition for divorce document which I thought the law office submitted the final divorced document. Those two divorced documents I can submit it so it should be okay. And then they wrote down all the documents that I submit and they requested me other more evidences.    

 

I found some of the proofs for our relationship. 

 

  1. A letter my ex-wife wrote to me when we were in school
  2. Address when we lived together on DMV Customer Receipt, pay stub, one more mail.
  3. Boarding confirmation when we trip to an island, our both name on it.   
  4. An email from her mother's friend who provided us her home for our wedding place, was an insurance agent, asked us to join life insurance (We thought we didn't need life insurance yet so didn't join the life insurance)
  5. Text messages (190 pages)
  6. 2 more affidavits. one from our friend. one from my cousin

 

This is all our rest of the proofs.. I attached the letter below and please give me some advise. Thank you!

 

I covered some of personal informations so please understand this. 

 

IMG-0587.thumb.jpg.766503f3140dc760bfd8e3ee9880e548.jpg

 

IMG-0588.thumb.jpg.944ae96c39e381d20a21b50b4383041d.jpg

 

Follow the instructions. 

First give them the divorce decree, then a letter explain what happened in the marriage and why you getting divorced. 

Second, You can't send evidence you don't have, so just send everything you have from the list they suggested. 

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On 7/17/2020 at 8:35 PM, jaylee1235 said:

Hello guys, 

 

I got the RFE letter and USCIS asked me the final divorce decree and the petition for divorce document which I thought the law office submitted the final divorced document. Those two divorced documents I can submit it so it should be okay. And then they wrote down all the documents that I submit and they requested me other more evidences.    

 

I found some of the proofs for our relationship. 

 

  1. A letter my ex-wife wrote to me when we were in school
  2. Address when we lived together on DMV Customer Receipt, pay stub, one more mail.
  3. Boarding confirmation when we trip to an island, our both name on it.   
  4. An email from her mother's friend who provided us her home for our wedding place, was an insurance agent, asked us to join life insurance (We thought we didn't need life insurance yet so didn't join the life insurance)
  5. Text messages (190 pages)
  6. 2 more affidavits. one from our friend. one from my cousin

 

This is all our rest of the proofs.. I attached the letter below and please give me some advise. Thank you!

 

I covered some of personal informations so please understand this. 

 

IMG-0587.thumb.jpg.766503f3140dc760bfd8e3ee9880e548.jpg

 

IMG-0588.thumb.jpg.944ae96c39e381d20a21b50b4383041d.jpg

 

Thank you for sharing. I think you got it, send them what you mentioned and explain everything. 

 

What service center are you? Thanks

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