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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Thank you for all the help on this forum, it is greatly appreciated!

 

We have our interview in a couple days. Marriage based I-485 from an O1 Visa to hopefully permanent residency. How do you transport your documents for the interview? At this point we have been married three years and almost two years since we submitted our application. All our documentation is about 50lbs. Can I just wheel a filing cabinet into the office? Haha

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
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Storage is expensive so you might want to get down to a small folder 😉 there's really no need to bring that much.

Edited by Letspaintcookies

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Well, I AOS from K-1 so obviously I don't have as much to bring during my interview. My folder only come up to 4" thick 😂

 

Main thing is to not forget the originals of some of the more essential documents. As for the rest, bring a little bit of this and a little bit of that from a variety of evidence categories, which were accumulated during your marriage especially subsequent to the submission of the AOS package.


For my I-129F, K-1, AOS, EAD, AP and ROC detailed timelines, please refer to my timeline page :)

ROC filed on December 1, 2020, assigned to SRC, approved within 106 days on February 18, 2021.

My sincerest gratitude to all VJers, especially the late geowrian.

 

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I bought and used one of those portfolio briefcases with handles and folders inside! I bought one from target (my briefcase was only $13, I cannoty find the exact one I have on their online website), and it looked quite professional and convenient, however I recommend the simple ones from staples, I found them to be much higher quality, and you will make the best judgement of which one to buy if you are able to walk into one of their branches!

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