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my question is , Even I am applying in 5 years rule for citizenship but Do I have to include my current marriage certificate to the N-400 forms ?? I know I need to attached my divorce certificate from previous marriage but not sure about current marriage certificate ??
2. Should I have to attach all the tax returns with the file ? or should I need to take it with me at the interview ??
As yours is an immigration rather than a prenuptials question, I am changing the practice area to allow the appropriate attorneys to respond.
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Yes, you should include all required documents.
Have a copy of your return with you at the interview, don't mail it in now.
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You may review the instructions for the N400 to submit all required documents. Some items may be brought to interview for inspection, like the tax return copies or transcripts. You may request an immigration attorney to help you submit your application with all required materials.
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