Hello, I came to the USA with a K-1 Fiancee Visa, and married my fiancé within 3 days of entering the country. I am preparing my adjustment of status application now, and I have all the necessary paperwork that is listed on the USCIS website (I-485, I-765, I-864, G-325, etc with all the supporting evidence that is required)
Doesn't hurt but not necessary at this point. You will be able to bring all that documentary evidence to your upcoming I-485 AOS interview at USCIS.
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Yes you do have to provide it. I would recommend having an attorney review the documents for you to avoid delays.
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If you have assembled evidence of the good faith marriage to your U. S. citizen spouse you should include that documentation at the time that you file for the adjustment of status with USCIS. Good luck to you.
Yes, what would be expected in each case varies so consult with an immigration attorney.
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If you have bona fides ready by the time you file yo should include them in the application, but keep collecting more documents so you can resent them at the interview.
If you don't have any bona fides because you just got married, then you can send the application without it and start gathering documents to present at the interview. Good luck.
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