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Five Tips for Preparing Documents for Your Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status Interview

Posted by attorney Jennifer Varughese
Filed under: Marriage and prenups

I'm often asked what type of documents are necessary for a marriage-based green card interview. Just as one particular couple's story varies from the next, the types of documents you have available will also vary. Read this informative guide for five tips on presenting the best possible case.

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Make sure to bring and submit copies of the aforementioned items. Don't expect a USCIS Officer to spend time making copies for you. It's best to make a complete copy for USCIS and an additional copy for your records. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website provides a helpful overview of the Adjustment of Status process (see link below). To request copies of your federal tax transcripts, see the link below. Transcript requests are often fulfilled within seven business days. Finally, be sure to check out and bookmark my law firm's website (see link below), updated frequently with the latest information in immigration law, family law and criminal defense.

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