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I have an upcoming interview next week and have started gathering more evidences of our marriage. My spouse and I have a credit card. I am an authorized user of the credit card. We also have a joint account under our savings account which we rarely use since we use our credit cards with majority of our expenses like food, bills, shopping, etc. As I was printing our credit card’s statement’s, I notied that my name is nowhere there, only my husband since He is the primary cardholder and I am just the authorized user. How do I prove this to immigration? Can I just bring both our credit cards and show to immigration since it has the same card number? Anyone on the same boat?

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18 minutes ago, ch3john said:

Yes, make copies showing the same account number and your names on the cards. 

That's what I did as well. I printed out a copy of my credit card and my spouse's showing the same account number. 


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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Don't you have a detailed statement showing the card number that was used for the single transactions? That together with a copy of the cards should work.

My statements are actually separating the transactions for each card showing the number and name of the cardholder

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Chile
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On 9/11/2020 at 3:08 PM, Letspaintcookies said:

Don't you have a detailed statement showing the card number that was used for the single transactions? That together with a copy of the cards should work.

My statements are actually separating the transactions for each card showing the number and name of the cardholder

Not all credit cards do that unfortunately. It would be great though.

 

20 hours ago, Orangesapples said:

How do you pay your credit cards? Do you use the joint account? And where do your salaries get deposited? 

Yes! If you pay the CC from the joint account that would be great evidence. We pay all our credit cards from joint checking or savings.


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