You should submit evidence to show a bona fide marriage (e.g., joint property, joint income tax forms, affidavits from your relatives if they attended your wedding, etc.)
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The procedure changed in 2012. You still need to go to CDJ for your interview, but the waiver (which is the time-consuming part) can be done in the U.S. You need be in Mexico for no more than a week or two. Please see