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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: France

Hi everyone,


Sorry if this topic has already been talked about, but I was not able to find the answer on the forum...


I just got my canceled-because-of-covid interview rescheduled to next Friday. I'm excited, but since I sent my documents more than a year ago, I was wondering if I needed to bring updated or most recent documents with me, such as bank statements, utility bills, 2019 tax return that I just received, etc (I'm filing under the 3 year rule bc I'm married to US citizen)


Looking forward to reading answers, as I'm a little anxious about this final step in of the process after years of waiting and cancelations due to covid




05/17/17 NOA1 DATED 05/10/17

05/30/17 BIOMETRICS 06/06/17

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