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Hi All,

Thanks for taking a look. i just wanted to run my list of evidence through every one to see wether i can get

some tips and advice. im hopefully filling for I-751 after the divorce. below is what im thinking of sending.

1. Copy of marriage certificate

2. Divorce decree

3. Cover pages of the joint bank statements (they dont need to know what we spent money on do they?)

4. Copy of joint health insurance from my employer

5. Copy of joint dental insurance from my employer

6. 2005 joint tax filling transcript

7. copies of checks that my spouse signed (they have my name printed on the check and her signature)

8. around 15 pictures of us together when we were travelling and stuff.

9. one pair of boarding passes from to Narita, with the names ans Mr and Mrs.

10. couple of letter sent to her and me at the same address (since i dont have my name in the lease, signed before i got my SSN)

11. hopefully atleast one affidavit from a member of her family and my employer (i had to travel a lot for work, and i was consistently bugging my employer asking him to keep me local, guess he can say that)

12. one card from her to me wishing best for an exam that i took (there should be a bunch cant find any though)

Appreciate any thoughts and suggestions.

Regards.

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Hi All,

Thanks for taking a look. i just wanted to run my list of evidence through every one to see wether i can get

some tips and advice. im hopefully filling for I-751 after the divorce. below is what im thinking of sending.

1. Copy of marriage certificate

2. Divorce decree

3. Cover pages of the joint bank statements (they dont need to know what we spent money on do they?)

4. Copy of joint health insurance from my employer

5. Copy of joint dental insurance from my employer

6. 2005 joint tax filling transcript

7. copies of checks that my spouse signed (they have my name printed on the check and her signature)

8. around 15 pictures of us together when we were travelling and stuff.

9. one pair of boarding passes from to Narita, with the names ans Mr and Mrs.

10. couple of letter sent to her and me at the same address (since i dont have my name in the lease, signed before i got my SSN)

11. hopefully atleast one affidavit from a member of her family and my employer (i had to travel a lot for work, and i was consistently bugging my employer asking him to keep me local, guess he can say that)

12. one card from her to me wishing best for an exam that i took (there should be a bunch cant find any though)

Appreciate any thoughts and suggestions.

Regards.

Does the evidence cover the entire period that you were married and living together?

Did you not file tax returns as married in 2006?

What about any credit vards bills, utility bills, cell phone bills issued to both, or each of you?

Other than that, it looks good to me.


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Hi All,

Thanks for taking a look. i just wanted to run my list of evidence through every one to see wether i can get

some tips and advice. im hopefully filling for I-751 after the divorce. below is what im thinking of sending.

1. Copy of marriage certificate

2. Divorce decree

3. Cover pages of the joint bank statements (they dont need to know what we spent money on do they?)

4. Copy of joint health insurance from my employer

5. Copy of joint dental insurance from my employer

6. 2005 joint tax filling transcript

7. copies of checks that my spouse signed (they have my name printed on the check and her signature)

8. around 15 pictures of us together when we were travelling and stuff.

9. one pair of boarding passes from to Narita, with the names ans Mr and Mrs.

10. couple of letter sent to her and me at the same address (since i dont have my name in the lease, signed before i got my SSN)

11. hopefully atleast one affidavit from a member of her family and my employer (i had to travel a lot for work, and i was consistently bugging my employer asking him to keep me local, guess he can say that)

12. one card from her to me wishing best for an exam that i took (there should be a bunch cant find any though)

Appreciate any thoughts and suggestions.

Regards.

Does the evidence cover the entire period that you were married and living together?

Did you not file tax returns as married in 2006?

What about any credit vards bills, utility bills, cell phone bills issued to both, or each of you?

Other than that, it looks good to me.

Hi mermaid appreciate your thoughts as always! it covers the entire period (bank statements specially), i filled the tax for 2006, married but separate filling. would it be any help if i add that in?

unfortunately utilities were included in the rent, so there's nothing to produce on that side.

also how does bills issued to each of us going to help the case? is it as address proof?

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Hi All,

Thanks for taking a look. i just wanted to run my list of evidence through every one to see wether i can get

some tips and advice. im hopefully filling for I-751 after the divorce. below is what im thinking of sending.

1. Copy of marriage certificate

2. Divorce decree

3. Cover pages of the joint bank statements (they dont need to know what we spent money on do they?)

4. Copy of joint health insurance from my employer

5. Copy of joint dental insurance from my employer

6. 2005 joint tax filling transcript

7. copies of checks that my spouse signed (they have my name printed on the check and her signature)

8. around 15 pictures of us together when we were travelling and stuff.

9. one pair of boarding passes from to Narita, with the names ans Mr and Mrs.

10. couple of letter sent to her and me at the same address (since i dont have my name in the lease, signed before i got my SSN)

11. hopefully atleast one affidavit from a member of her family and my employer (i had to travel a lot for work, and i was consistently bugging my employer asking him to keep me local, guess he can say that)

12. one card from her to me wishing best for an exam that i took (there should be a bunch cant find any though)

Appreciate any thoughts and suggestions.

Regards.

Does the evidence cover the entire period that you were married and living together?

Did you not file tax returns as married in 2006?

What about any credit vards bills, utility bills, cell phone bills issued to both, or each of you?

Other than that, it looks good to me.

Hi mermaid appreciate your thoughts as always! it covers the entire period (bank statements specially), i filled the tax for 2006, married but separate filling. would it be any help if i add that in?

unfortunately utilities were included in the rent, so there's nothing to produce on that side.

also how does bills issued to each of us going to help the case? is it as address proof?

Well, I'd certainly include anything that demonstrates that you held yourself out as married. After all, with a waiver, it's not as though USCIS is unaware that your marriage terminated.

Yes, anything that shows you resided together can help. Especially, if that evidence along with other types of evidence shows that you two made a reasonable effort at marriage and that the basis for your marriage was not principally for the immigration benefits that come along with it.


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You can 'catch' me on here and on FBI.

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Hi All,

Thanks for taking a look. i just wanted to run my list of evidence through every one to see wether i can get

some tips and advice. im hopefully filling for I-751 after the divorce. below is what im thinking of sending.

1. Copy of marriage certificate

2. Divorce decree

3. Cover pages of the joint bank statements (they dont need to know what we spent money on do they?)

4. Copy of joint health insurance from my employer

5. Copy of joint dental insurance from my employer

6. 2005 joint tax filling transcript

7. copies of checks that my spouse signed (they have my name printed on the check and her signature)

8. around 15 pictures of us together when we were travelling and stuff.

9. one pair of boarding passes from to Narita, with the names ans Mr and Mrs.

10. couple of letter sent to her and me at the same address (since i dont have my name in the lease, signed before i got my SSN)

11. hopefully atleast one affidavit from a member of her family and my employer (i had to travel a lot for work, and i was consistently bugging my employer asking him to keep me local, guess he can say that)

12. one card from her to me wishing best for an exam that i took (there should be a bunch cant find any though)

Appreciate any thoughts and suggestions.

Regards.

Does the evidence cover the entire period that you were married and living together?

Did you not file tax returns as married in 2006?

What about any credit vards bills, utility bills, cell phone bills issued to both, or each of you?

Other than that, it looks good to me.

Hi mermaid appreciate your thoughts as always! it covers the entire period (bank statements specially), i filled the tax for 2006, married but separate filling. would it be any help if i add that in?

unfortunately utilities were included in the rent, so there's nothing to produce on that side.

also how does bills issued to each of us going to help the case? is it as address proof?

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Its a pretty good list.

Make sure you make copies.


"Wild"

Disclaimer: I am not an attorney and I don't give legal advice.

01/29/2011 - Expressed interest through www.shaadi.com

01/30/2011 - Interest accepted. :)

05/23/2011 - Got married in New Delhi, India

07/16/2011 - I-130 filed.

07/18/2011 - I-130 delivered at the Chicago Lockbox.

07/19/2011 - NOA-1.

07/21/2011 - USCIS text notification of acceptance of the I-130.

07/22/2011 - Check for $420 cashed.

08/04/2011 - Touched.

02/03/2012 - Received I-130 approval notification via text and email. Website updated as well.

02/08/2012 - Received NOA-2 hard copy.

02/17/2012 - NVC generated case #.

02/17/2012 - DS-3032 and AOS bill generated.

02/22/2012 - AOS fee bill paid online.

02/23/2012 - DS-3032 emailed.

02/23/2012 - AOS fee bill cleared, IVR updated.

02/24/2012 - Received 'We have received your DS-3032 email from NVC.'

02/25/2012 - AOS Packet mailed.

02/27/2012 - IV Fee Bill generated.

02/28/2012 - 'Item missing in AOS Packet'. NVC mails out letter.

03/01/2012 - IV Fee Bill Paid (Status 'IN PROCESS')

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