Good faith marriage insufficient evidence
You provide us following evidence that the marriage was in good faith.
However the documents submitted is insufficient because the evidence you submitted does not cover the period of time from the date of the marriage to the present
Can you please tell me what they want I send them all evidence after first interview date
Do they want evidence from the marriage date ? WICH they have it already. At the first interview and when first applied.
I just don’t understand what all’s they want?
They want ALL and ANY documentary evidence - from the date you got married, to date. For a "list", look at your old I-485 AOS Interview Notice.
Also, don't forget to include sworn affidavits with notarized signatures from at least 4-5 "percipient witnesses" who can write about their interactions with you as a married couple.
Last, but not least, don't forget your mother in law's sworn affidavit. (Your parents' and/or relatives' affidavit/s are mostly worthless and/or not accorded much weight, given that "interested/biased parties."
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They want all evidence of your marriage from the date you got married to present day as you're filing a joint petition. You should hire a lawyer to help you out.
USCIS is requesting evidence of your marriage from the date you married until present. It is advisable to work with an attorney for guidance.
You should definitely hire an experienced immigration attorney to help you collect other documents. Although it may be obvious to you that your marriage is in good faith, an attorney can provide a creative strategy for gathering additional evidence to strengthen the case.
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