Need more facts. What is your current status? Generally you should keep your birth certificate and passport with you. If you are a green card holder you should always have that with you. It is also good to make photocopies of important documents.
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Also any visa approval notices from USCIS, etc.
If you are a naturalized citizen, then your naturalization certificate (costs $385 to replace if you lose it!)
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All of them. Every application you filed, every receipt notice, every request for evidence, every approval notice. Save it in electronic form if you can and in paper form.
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You should maintain all of your immigration records in a safe place. I recommend saving documents electronically and in hard copy. That would include, all applications you have filed, receipt notices, requests for evidence, court orders, approval notices, etc.