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About os306

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  • Location London, UK

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    IR-1/CR-1 Visa (DCF)
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  1. Arrived in the US on the 5th of Feb. Happy to report that my physical green card arrived in the mail yesterday! Was expecting a much longer wait. I already had a SSN from when I was living in the US on a visa previously, so don’t need to wait for that.
  2. We are currently getting all our ducks in a row prior to booking my Medical appointment and IR1 Embassy interview and I just wanted to double check that I have understood correctly the list of documents that I need to bring to my interview. Let me preface this by saying that I am the beneficiary and my wife is the petitioner, and we are using a joint sponsor. Print out of courier confirmation page Print out of DS-260 confirmation page My original passport Our original marriage certificate (+1 photocopy) Two passport photographs of myself My UK police certificate (+1 photocopy) My original UK birth certificate (+1 photocopy) My wife’s I-864, including supporting documents: Wife's IRS tax transcripts for the past 3 years Copy of my wife's US passport photo page Joint sponsor's I-864, including supporting documents: Joint sponsor's IRS tax transcripts for past 3 years Copy of joint sponsor's US passport photo page Joint sponsor's pay stubs for the past 6 months Letter from joint sponsor's employer on company letter-head confirming nature of employment, salary etc. Am I missing anything from the list above? I question I had was: do I need to bring my wife's original birth certificate as well? This page (https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/family-immigration/required-documents/) states that "you must obtain the original, or certified copy (provided by the issuing authority), of the birth record of each family member (yourself, your spouse, and all unmarried children under the age of 21, even if they are not immigrating with you" however, I was under the impression that this only applies if your spouse is also applying for an immigrant visa. Another question I had was: I have read that London is pretty relaxed about proving intent to re-establish domicile. At the start of this process, we were under the impression that I would have to provide evidence such as my wife's US voting record, bank statements etc. but it sounds like this evidence is rarely asked for at the London embassy? Hope everyone waiting for their LND numbers hears back soon!
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