A copy of your marriage certificate, 8 passport pictures of you, the foreign national and 2 of the USC spouse. Also your birth certificate and English language translation and certification, as well as proof of your USC spouse's US citizenship: either a copy of a certified birth certificate or US passport. You will also need to submit your sealed medical exam results, and the USC spouse petitioner has got to submit all supporting documents accompanying the I-864 affidavit of support as listed in the Form's instructions. And don't forget to also submit your I-94 arrival /admission card which you'll have to print from the CBP website. Only send copies of everything and not originals. No need to send proof of the bona fides of your marriage, you'll bring all that to your interview.
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