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  1. You can send all evidence at once with a focus on the part after I-751. I think you should and it is totally doable. Just make sure you have all the scanned information on a flash drive prior to starting the uploading process and it should not take that long for you. It will take all the files. You may also bring the documents with you but I think your approval may be somewhat faster if you front-load everything.
  2. Here is a piece of advice. Try to keep all your scanned/photoed documents on a flash drive. Take the flash drive and go to a public library where the connection is so fast. Upload all the documents at once. Finish up your application with a review, and then make a payment and submit your file. This should work perfectly fine and it is not a lot of work (especially that you have already all the scanned files. Good luck...
  3. There were a few people with their entries not in the right order on the spreadsheet. I fixed it. I put them in the right order in accordance with the application date.
  4. What did you all include in your application for supporting documents (3 year marriage route)? I plan to inlclude my tax returns x 3 years, my car insurance with my name and my wife's name on it, our Driver's license with the same address on it, a couple of bank statements with the new address on it (since we moved), Power bill x 4 with both of our names on it and the new address and the marriage certificate. I wonder if this is good enough?
  5. Sounds like it... What marriage-evidence did you end up sending when you did it online a couple of days ago?
  6. Card is being produced... yaaaaay ... K1 Visa --> AOS Sent my application back on Feb 28th LIN filer Prometrics done Sept 3rd Card being produced today 1/21. No interview, No RFE's
  7. Congratulations on the approval. I think you missed the status of "Card is being produced". I remember correctly, they first say that the card is being produced and at some later stage they update the status that you were approved. So, maybe the card production stage was there but you missed it. They may go back to it though. I hope that helps...
  8. If you mean and know that there is a definite mistake on the extension letter, then you should be able to get an infopass and get your passport stamped. If your extension letter has no mistakes on it, you should be able to get a DL expiring on the date of expiration of the letter. I know people who issued a DL for only 3 weeks in the past. Maybe that DMV person did not know what she was talking about or possibly that one DMV office is not adequately trained to deal with situations like yours so you need to try a different DMV office.
  9. Congratulations on your GC. How much documents do you plan to send for proof of marriage/relationship? Many people are saying not much while having the documents available furing the N-400 interview. Specifically, they are saying marriage certificate, tax forms / IRS transcript for the last three years, and maybe a bank statement or two... They are doing this based on specific instructions in the immigration website. What do you plan to do, if you don't mind sharing ?
  10. Their staff may want to take vacations I suspect...
  11. Congratulations! Good job. I think there maybe a hold up for the next couple of weeks or at least a slow-down in their processing based on some observations in the recent past.
  12. I heard from people saying send a very thick file of evidence that the applicant has been married and residing with the US citizen for three years. Some other people say no need for a thick file of evidence as it is normally done in ROC- I-751 process. It definitely says send some of the marriage evidence in the instructions... But, I think the wording of the instructions makes it seem, at least to me, like not to send that many documents. In the instructions, they break "documents referring to you and your spouse" down to point a, point b, point c when they talk about "documents referring to you and your spouse" in number 4 below... and they use the word "OR" in between each point. It makes it sound like if we use one of these options (i.e. an IRS tax return transcript for the last 3 years) with current marriage certificate and past divorce decree(s), then evidence is sufficient. Which implies the "less documents"-route would be sufficient as well as efficient. But again, I don't want to do something based on my own assumptions which may end up slowing down the process. Here is a copy from their instructions from the official website... "2.□ Your current marriage certificate; and 3.□Proof of termination of all prior marriages of your spouse (divorce decree(s), annulment(s), or death certificate(s)); and 4.□ Documents referring to you and your spouse: a. Tax returns, bank accounts, leases, mortgages, or birth certificates of children; or b. Internal Revenue Service (IRS)-certified copies of the income tax forms that you both filed for the past 3 years; or c. An IRS tax return transcript for the last 3 years" Could anyone comment based on their own experience of what they did or based on their knowledge of the topic of what they have heard? Would an IRS tax return transcript for the last 3 years be sufficent with possibly a couple of bank statements having both of our names on it? I appreciate your inputs.
  13. Can I ask you something... If the applicant is taking the marriage route of 3 years like you Can I ask you something... If the applicant is taking the marriage route of 3 years like you, does the applicant need to send in so much of the supporting documents (the same amount of documents we recommend in the ROC I-751 application)? or is it more that you send the tax forms (filed jointly) maybe copy of the ID's lving at the same address, some bank statements and credit card statements? How did you do it? Someone told me that all we need is to take most of the supporting documents to the interview and not include all the details by uploading all these forms online. Is that true?
  14. That's perfectly fine. Thank you. I wanted to also ask about the application N-400 supporting documents... If the applicant is taking the marriage route of 3 years, does the applicant need to send in so much of the supporting documents as we recommend in the ROC I-751 application? or is it more that you send the tax forms (filed jointly) maybe copy of the ID's lving at the same address, some bank statements and credit card statements. I am told by someone that all we need is to take most of the supporting documents to the interview and not include all the details by uploading all these forms online. Is that true?
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