No one can read the minds of the interviewing officers however, if you express the concern now, retain a capable counsel while you still can to prepare.
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Adjudication of an I-751 is based on the totality of the circumstances. The officer will judge your demeanor at the interview, the way you sit, act, etc.... The number of documents you submit are only a factor in the adjudication process. If you do not have joint documents, you can also submit declarations from friends and family members. See a lawyer. Good luck.
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If you already passed a Stokes interview, you should know that USCIS wants to see a lot of evidence for your joint-life. In the 2 years since the green card was approved you should have been maintaining these documents.
Usually, USCIS will issue an Request for Further Evidence (RFE), if they feel that you did not provide sufficient proof on the I-751.
If after you respond to the RFE, USCIS still doubts that your marriage is bona fide, they will schedule an interview. If you pass the interview, then the I-751 will be approved.
USCIS will not just approve an I-751 based upon the facts that you passed the Stokes Interview.
If you have not file the petition yet, I would recommend retaining an attorney to prepare and file the petition. You can contact either my office or a colleague.
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Normally they would send a notice of intent to deny first. If they are not satisfied after the interview, they may send the file to investigations to determine if you are living together.
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