You do NOT need to bring the Forms you are mentioning to the interview. USCIS will already have them in your file. What you should instead bring is ample documentary proof substantiating your lives together as husband and wife since the marriage.
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No need to bring new forms.
But, hopefully you made copies and you should review them prior to the meeting.
Read the appointment notice closely.
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Yeah I agree with my colleagues. They have the forms. You need to bring evidence of your relationship and originals of all certificates.
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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