What type of application did you file? Was it a marriage based visa petition? if so, any joint documents that would tend to prove the bona fide nature of your marriage. If you are unsure of what those are you should consult with an attorney.
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Whatever type of application you filed is at the risk of being denied unless you provide evidence of your marriage relationship. While such documentation is done routinely in marriage based permanent residence cases it should be done well in your case because your application is at risk of being denied. Please consult an attorney for help. Best Wishes!
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