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Are sworn affidavits required for I-751 application?
2:28 pm November 5, 2020



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Hello, it's been a while since I posted here but I am back looking for some guidance, I am applying to remove the conditions on my green card and I am in the final stages of putting my application packet together, I was readin through the official instructions for the I-751 application form and they include sworn affidavits as evidence of marriage, so I am wondering if this is more of a recommendation or if it is a requirement, so far I have included the following for evidence of marriage:

Photos in the United States

Photos of trip to native country.

Photos of American spouse with applicant s family.

3 months of phone bill statements.

Applicant's work benefits with coverage for both american spouse and self.

3 months of Joint Bank Account Statements for Checking Account.

3 months of Joint Bank Account Statements for Savings Account.

Joint tax returns of the past 2 years that we have been married.

Applicant's 401K statements that include american spouse as beneficiary.

Joint Car insurance policy.

How do you guys feel about this evidence packet, should I include more? Are affidavits a must? I just feel funny about asking our family to get involved in this process.

Thank you for all of your help throughout this.

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Aos for my parents! Help!!
12:49 pm May 6, 2020



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Hello everyone! Im in desperate need of help. I became a us citizen in december and i had a baby back in october. Both of my parents are here now on a tourist visa, due to the covd19 my home country closed the airport and they cant travel back. So we (my parents and me) that we are just going to the petition for them to stay here with me. My mom is helping me with my son so i can go to work. But my dad have parkinson and he have no one to take care of him back home. We were going to do this different, once they are back home, but now everything changed.. i have a couple of questions..

1. I would need an sponsor because i did not make enough money last year due to me being pregnant and getting off of work in september, what form do i need for my sponsor? Can it be someone from another state? My cousin lives in CA

2. They are divorced, do i need their dicorce papers?

3. Can i do all the forms i did when i apply for aos?

thank you for your help,


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exact work dates?
4:21 pm August 14, 2019


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Anyone know how exact the dates worked over the last 5 years should be? Do I need to contact previous employers?

Right now the best I can do is guess-timate.

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Taxes - certified copies?
1:53 pm August 14, 2019


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I keep seeing that in the past tax transcripts from the IRS were enough. The forms the government has all say that certified tax returns are necessary though.

I also came across this on an immigration site:

When applying to become a naturalized U.S. citizen, there is a requirement that you show good moral character for the period relevant to your application: five years for most applicants and three years for those applying based on marriage to U.S. citizens. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) now requires that applicants bring certified tax returns to their naturalization interview. Failure to bring certified tax transcripts can result in a denial of the naturalization case due to failure to show that the applicant possesses the good moral character required to become a citizen.

Any thoughts on this? Boy it seems like such a low blow for them to require this version that costs $57 each when the rest of the process is already so expensive!! And a convenient way of denying a naturalization case even if everything else is great.

Wondering what anyone else's thoughts are.... Thanks!

P.S. We had planned to file my husband's papers under the 5 year choice, as he's been here 8 years. However, if that's the case with certified returns, perhaps it makes more sense to do based on marriage to me? My only question to that is I was married previously, and he was also an immigrant. I would hate for them to think my bad choice with my previous husband is a pattern instead. My previous husband and I were married 5 years before divorcing. My current husband and I have been married 8 years and have 2 children together.

Anyways... I always seem to overthink/overstress everything, but probably with good reason in this case, with current administration and the way policies seem to be going. Thanks all!

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Eligibility Question- 2 are true...which to check?
6:00 pm August 13, 2019



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Hi all,

My husband qualifies for citizenship based on both box 1.A - he's been a permanent resident for at least 5 years (8!) and 1.B.- he is married to a U.S. citizen for at least 3 years.

Which box should he check? I know there is less paperwork required if he checks 1.A., but having his family here is probably a good thing. Does it make sense to check both boxes?Are we able to attach a cover letter or note about it? (Do we want to?)

Sorry if I'm overcomplicating this! Thanks!

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