Once you submit the evidence to their approval you should receive you LPR approval.
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Well, it appears that USCIS made it pretty clear what they are seeking. You could respond on your own, or you could hire an experienced immigration attorney to help you to do so. I recommend that you hire an attorney.
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CIS wants to see more evidence that you and your husband enjoy a joint life together. If you filed taxes together you might rectify the tax document issue by getting a "tax transcript" from your local IRS office. If you filed joint returns that is one way of showing proper filing. If you in fact have a joint lease agreement you can consider talking to your housing manager about executing a properly signed joint lease. CIS would be happy to receive anything else you have that supports your joint life together. Most immigration attorneys have experience helping clients realize that they have joint documentation that they haven't considered. I agree with my colleagues that in obtaining an immigration attorney you greatly enhance your chances of adequately satisfying your CIS.
Proving the validity of your marriage remains the focus of your petition to remove conditions, you should keep this in mind at all times. Everything and anything you submit should show your intention to live together as husband and wife, so that is why they expect evidence to "cover the entire period of
As a general rule in responding to RFE's from the service you should try as much as possible to obtain and submit all documents requested for. You can use the notice as a guide/checklist.
I will suggest that you see a competent attorney before responding, as denial of your petition may have dire consequences.
It appears uscis has strong doubts about the validity of your marriage. You can respond on your own, but I would expect a very difficult interview in which you are separated and questioned. If you are serious about approval, hire a lawyer ASAP.