I have no idea what you mean by WOM.
But, I do know that if you were smart enough to get a lawyer to help with the immigration judge, you should continue to be smart and have your lawyer help provide the additional evidence of your relationship that they are asking for.
This is not the time to be "penny wise, but pound foolish".
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I too have no idea what you mean by WOM. If your current attorney isn't helping you and asnwering your questions perhaps it is time for a second opinion.
What exactly is WOM? Even if you do not have sufficient documents, you may provide a reasonable explanation for the lack of some of them. However, if you have a good attorney, he or she will be able to offer evidence of your good faith marital relationship.
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If you are in court you do not want to file a wom. You need a competent attorney to get you a work permit and ID so you can get joint documents.