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Citizenship based on marriage, N-400 application

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Hello. I'm preparing my N-400 for Citizenship based on my marriage. I have a question about the supporting documents. I checked the checklist. They give different options or the 3 years of tax transcripts, and I have
1- Tax returns and transcripts for only the last 2 years since the first year we were not required to file
2- Joint bank account
3- A birth certificate of our son
4- Lease of out apartment(the lease itself expired but we are still living in the same address, at will)
5- A copy of my drivers license insurance having out names

What do you think I should send from these? They ask for 3 years tax transcripts.
Thanks

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Please see the answer to your other question.

You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues, to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.

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Sending all is ok.

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This is a duplicate question.

Our best advice remains: Go and meet with an attorney.

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