No you just need to send in a copy of your green card for now if there is a problem with your cSe CIS will ask for those documents later.Ask a similar question
Depends on when and how you sent those the first time around.
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No, you need to send no such papers. All you need to do is attach a copy of your green card (front and back) as well as the filing fee.
You will be asked during the interview to prove that you are still married to the same husband through you obtained your green card and that you are still living in "marital union" in the same household together.
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Follow the n400 instructions. If CIS wants additional information they will let you know.
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I am not really sure what your question is or what you mean by "as before." If you are applying for citizenship, and you are a green card holder, you need to file form N-400. This form is not easy to fill out and has many hidden "trap doors" for lack of a better phrase. I highly recommend you think about hiring an attorney to help you through this process. The N-400 was recently revised and is now over 20 pages! Even experienced attorneys complain that it gives then nightmares.Ask a similar question