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I'm wondering if this is enough evidence to submit with the I-751 to remove the conditions on my wife's green card? 

1. Birth Certificate for our son born while she was a conditional resident.

2. Tax transcripts showing joint filing 2018 & 2019

3. Copy of Master Cards showing names and same account number.

4. Copy of state ID/Drivers license showing same address.

5. Letter from work showing wife as beneficiary on company life insurance policy.

6. Affidavit from my mother vouching for our marriage and stating she is allowing us to live in one of the homes she owns.

7. Copy of weekly church flyer listing us as new members September 2018.

8. Copy of church flyer announcing birth of our son dated January 2020.

9. Copy of plane ticket with both names for vacation we took together.

10. Photos of us taken at various times throughout the marriage.

 

We haven't opened up any joint accounts because she is a homemaker and their hasn't been a need for a joint bank account. I don't have her on my company insurance because it is too expensive so I have her and my son covered thru the marketplace. We are living in a home owned by my mother and the bills are in her name I just pay them. Does this evidence sound like enough our is there anything that should be added? Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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19 minutes ago, Venus344 said:

I'm wondering if this is enough evidence to submit with the I-751 to remove the conditions on my wife's green card? 

1. Birth Certificate for our son born while she was a conditional resident.

2. Tax transcripts showing joint filing 2018 & 2019

3. Copy of Master Cards showing names and same account number.

4. Copy of state ID/Drivers license showing same address.

5. Letter from work showing wife as beneficiary on company life insurance policy.

6. Affidavit from my mother vouching for our marriage and stating she is allowing us to live in one of the homes she owns.

7. Copy of weekly church flyer listing us as new members September 2018.

8. Copy of church flyer announcing birth of our son dated January 2020.

9. Copy of plane ticket with both names for vacation we took together.

10. Photos of us taken at various times throughout the marriage.

 

We haven't opened up any joint accounts because she is a homemaker and their hasn't been a need for a joint bank account. I don't have her on my company insurance because it is too expensive so I have her and my son covered thru the marketplace. We are living in a home owned by my mother and the bills are in her name I just pay them. Does this evidence sound like enough our is there anything that should be added? Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

As a note, you can only send what you have. Evidence doesn't come out in thin air.
 

There's no harm in opening a joint account even if she doesn't work. That's not a criteria for a bank account unless you don't want her on it.
Keep in mind, USCIS cares about commingled lifestyle. I think the tax transcripts (If married, filing jointly) and beneficiary of life insurance are strong points. You mention Master Cards. That's good as well. 
One thing that I can think of- tho not sure if necessary is- since your mum is writing an affidavit, showing her name on a bill with the address and you and your wife staying at the same address could help show that you are all living in the same place. 

 

Everything else looks good.
Good luck! 

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On 8/10/2020 at 4:23 PM, Venus344 said:

I'm wondering if this is enough evidence to submit with the I-751 to remove the conditions on my wife's green card? 

1. Birth Certificate for our son born while she was a conditional resident.

2. Tax transcripts showing joint filing 2018 & 2019

3. Copy of Master Cards showing names and same account number.

4. Copy of state ID/Drivers license showing same address.

5. Letter from work showing wife as beneficiary on company life insurance policy.

6. Affidavit from my mother vouching for our marriage and stating she is allowing us to live in one of the homes she owns.

7. Copy of weekly church flyer listing us as new members September 2018.

8. Copy of church flyer announcing birth of our son dated January 2020.

9. Copy of plane ticket with both names for vacation we took together.

10. Photos of us taken at various times throughout the marriage.

 

We haven't opened up any joint accounts because she is a homemaker and their hasn't been a need for a joint bank account. I don't have her on my company insurance because it is too expensive so I have her and my son covered thru the marketplace. We are living in a home owned by my mother and the bills are in her name I just pay them. Does this evidence sound like enough our is there anything that should be added? Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

+1 to what was said above. All they want to know is that she's a partner in sharing/commingling finances. 

Instead of the the actual Master Cards - I would send copies of your monthly statements which proves that you're both spending money and paying it off. If you received the Joint Stimulus letter from the White House that is also good proof...

You've basically covered everything else..


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