I applied for removal of conditions! I submitted my documents. My wife and i filled separately. But i noticed that my ssn and name did not appear on my wife's copy of returns becos she claimed head of household while mine states married but filling separate. Can i send this or what are the implications if i dont includeed.pls can i do. She closed our joint account last year. The only documents i have is our drivers license,joint car insurance, joint lease agreement and energy bills, is that enough! Can i include my family pictures even if not requsted.
You should include everything relevant to demonstrate and to support the validity of your marriage. If your joint bank account was closed, pull statements from the years (or months) prior to closure. The other items you mentioned could be sufficient; I've had clients with less documentation have their condition removed. Do you have any insurance policies where the other is the beneficiary? Is one of you covered on the other's health insurance plan or do you have separate plans? Do you have any children together? Their birth certificates are good evidence as well. How you two chose to file your tax returns alone is generally not a ground for denial the removal of a condition on residency.
I think the docs you do have are pretty good.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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I agree with my colleagues. Give as much evidence as you can.
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They will expect a good explanation for filing separate tax returns. They will expect an explanation why you have no joint accounts. I suggest you see an attorney, together with your wife, to see what you can do.
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