I got a permanent green card through my USC wife. It's been 3 years since. I want to apply for my USC. I know I have to fill the N-400 form out. What does USCIS need for me additionally? In essence, do they require me to prove I am still married and living with her?
Yes, you do need to bring those "supplementary evidence" documents with you to the interview. They will be more "up to date" then. No need to attach any such documentation upon applying for the N-400.
For the list of (some) of that documentation, read the N-400 instructions.
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US you will need supplemental evidence to show you are living with you US citizen spousal sponsor. We often submit with our filings. You must present at the interview.
Yes, it will be good if your spouse can accompany you to the interview.
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