we have marriage certificate, our child's birth certificate, documents of financial co-mingling, lease showing joint tenancy, etc. I'm a US citizen and my wife is Canadian.
You are required to file photocopies of the vital statistic-type documents such as birth and marriage certificates with the application. If you wife is already in the U.S. and applying for adjustment of status, then be prepared with copies of the co-mingling of funds, etc. to present to the officer at the time of the interview. At that time, you can simply bring the original photo album to show them. If she is not already in the U.S. and is consular processing for the visa, then, yes, include color photocopies of photos, especially with other family members, and write the date and who's in them on the paper. Two or three letters is always good.
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