For starters, you do not indicate what the basis of your filing is - will this be a joint petition? Are you seeking a waiver of the joint filing requirement? Is this being filed on time or late?
The instructions for Form I-751 give you some guidance about what documents you need to include (not just to establish bona fides but also for the application itself), but the decision of what documents will be "enough" really depends on a review of the case as a whole. There is no "checklist" of what's enough and what isn't, the evidence varies on a case by case basis. I don't think it's possible to tell you whether you're missing anything over a website such as this, and I think you should contact an attorney directly to help you with your filing. Good luck!
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Unknown. We do not know you, we do not know the basis for the I-751, and we do not know what evidence you have available.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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If you need help filing your I-751, retain an attorney. Although you list some joint documents, we do not know anything else about you, hence, it is very difficult to help.
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looks good. Don't forget to resubmit the evidence from your adjustment.
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When my wife applied for an adjustment of status I hired a lawyer despite the fact that I am a lawyer myself. Why would you attempt to go it alone on such an important matter? Immigration lawyers offer flat fees for these types of services and they are usually quite reasonable.
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