Read the I-539 instructions. As F2, you will need to show your spouse F1 paperwork and marriage certificate, in addition to other items mentioned in the instructions. It's not difficult.
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go to uscis.gov. click on the "forms" tab, find the I-539 and then open the "instructions."
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Main docs are copy of your passport, a valid I-94/I-20, your spouse's H-1B approval notice, and an document confirming your spouse's employment. You probably need other documents.
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