I-751 - affidavits

Old Dec 26th 2010, 6:55 pm
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I am preparing to submit my I-751 jointly with my USC husabnd.

My question relates to the affidavits. Is it acceptable for my stepdaughter to provide one of the affidavits?
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Old Dec 26th 2010, 6:57 pm
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Yes, it is acceptable. However, please note that the affidavits are not mandatory and peop usually use them if they have little physical evidence of the comingling of their lives together, socially and ecomonically.
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Really - affidavits are not mandatory? I missed that.

We jointly own a home and have filed taxes together. Plus I can submit copies of joint car insurance and joint health insurance. Does that sound enough?
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Default Re: I-751 - affidavits

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Really - affidavits are not mandatory? I missed that.

We jointly own a home and have filed taxes together. Plus I can submit copies of joint car insurance and joint health insurance. Does that sound enough?
In my layman's opinion, yes.

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Really - affidavits are not mandatory? I missed that.

We jointly own a home and have filed taxes together. Plus I can submit copies of joint car insurance and joint health insurance. Does that sound enough?
Probably fine, though the more the merrier. We sent in joint travel plans also to show we went on trips together and bunged in a few photos for a personal touch.

If the USCIS isn't happy, they typically send a request for more evidence before jumping to any conclusions about validity of marriage.
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