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  • +++ AOS Interview Through Marriage +++ what to bring to interview

    Does anyone have a complete of things that I should bring to the interview? Any suggestions outside of joint utility, bank and medical bills...

    Anything else? Thank you for your time!!!

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    Does anyone have a complete of things that I should bring to the interview? Any suggestions outside of joint utility, bank and medical bills...

    Anything else? Thank you for your time!!!

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    • #3
      Remember one thing. All they want to know is that you guys want to be together. It's all they want to find out. In some cases, there's people who don't even know each other trying to scam benefits from the USCIS. If you show up with NOTHING, they'll ask questions in separate rooms, you can still get approved. Life's not a broadway show and everything is not perfect, sometimes you don't have bills with joint names but have some in your name and some in your spouse's. That works just as well. Photographs are a good idea, you can bring christmas letters by family members addresses to both of you guys. Don't overdo it, don't think they'll be looking at pictures for hours, it'll be just a quick thing. Be honest with the DOA, tell the truth, you should be OK (as long as you do have a marriage and are trying to make it work). Good luck.

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      • #4
        Marasmus,
        Why can't you join with them in that pic too three some AS A WITNESS.... lol

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        • #5
          Below is the complete list from USCIS:

          Who should come with you?

          If your eligibility is based on your marriage, your husband or wife MUST come with you to the interview.

          If you do not speak English fluently, you should bring an interpreter who is neither a relative nor an interested party in your application.

          Your attorney or authorized representative may come with you to the interview.

          NOTE: Every adult who comes to the intetview MUST bring Governement issued photp identification, such as driver's license or ID card, in order to enter the building and to verify his/her identity at the time of the interview. You do not need to bring your children unless otherwise instructed. Please be on time, but do not arrive more than 45 minutes early. We may record or videotape your interview.

          What MUST you bring?

          Bring this interview notice.
          Bring your govenment issued photo identification.
          Bring all your passports and any other documents, including your arrival/departure document (I-94), used to enter the US.
          Bring your birth certificate.
          Bring all documentation establishing your eligibility for Lawful Permanent Resident (see below: What else should you bring?)
          Bring all immigration related documentation ever issued to you.
          Bring both originals and photocopies of all supporting documents. Otherwise, we may keep your originals for our records.
          Bring a certified English translation for each document not in English. The translator must certify that s/he is fluent in both languages, and that the translation in its entirety is complete and accurate.

          What else should you bring?

          Bring any Employment Authorization card of paper, and any Authorization for Advance Parole (Form I-512) ever issued to you.

          Bring the petitioner's birth certificate and your petitioner's evidence of US citizenship or Lawful Permanent Resident status.

          If you have children, bring a birth certificate for each of your children.

          If you are married, bring your marriage certificate.

          If your eligibility is based on your marriage, in addition to your spouse coming to the interview with you, bring:

          your spouse's birth certificate and your spouses's evidence of US citizenship or LPR status;

          if either you or your spouse were ever married before, bring all divorce decrees/death certificates for each prior mariage/former spouse;

          birth certificates for all children of this marriage, and custody papers for your children and for your spouses's children not living with you;

          supporting evidence of your relationship, such as joint financial statements, joint legal documents, joint insurance policies, and photos.

          If you have not already submitted it, bring a completed medical examination (Form I-693) and vaccination supplement in a sealed envelope.

          Bring your Federal Income Tax returns and W-2's, or certified IRS printout, for the past 3-years.

          If you are employed, bring letters from each of your current employers on company stationary, verifying your current rate of pay and average weekly hours, and bring your pay stubs for the past 2 months.

          Bring completed affidavit of support (form I-864), with all required evidence, including the folliwing for each of your sponsores:
          federal income tax returns and W-2's, or certified IRS printouts, for the past 3-years;
          letters from each current emplooyer on company stationary, verifying current rate of pay and average weekly hours, and pay stubs for the past 2-months;
          evidence of US citizenship or LPR status.

          If you have ever been arrested, for each arrest, bring the related police reort and the original or certified final court disposition, even if the charges have been dismissed or expunged. If no court record is available, furnish a letter from the court with jurisdiction indication this.

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