We applied and successfully got my husband's green card in 2015. We're now putting together our I-751 and evidence. Do we resubmit all of the evidence from the first application too? (I presume they have all the original evidence in our existing file?) Or do we instead only include evidence from the last 2 years (since we got the green card)? No criminal history or any other complications.
The instructions state to submit evidence of the relationship 'from the date of the marriage to the present date.' So, you don't need to submit all of the evidence you submitted the first time but there may be documents that are submitted again (going back to the date of the marriage, for example).
This response does not constitute legal advice, as not all of the facts are known to me. This response does not establish an attorney-client relationship. I recommend you meet with an attorney to discuss your situation.
Provide additional documents supporting your bona fide marital relationship for the past 2 years.
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