Can you get: cell phone bills, medical records, doctor's bills, school transcripts, rent receipts, utility bills, employment records, bank records, church docs, parental information, taxes, paystubs, W-2's, 1099's, money order receipts, children's birth certificates, passport entries, letters between you and another person or organization, title and vehicle registration, DMV records, rental agreements, postmarked letters, receipts, and any other relevant documentation.
USCIS has stated even letters between you and another person/organization. Also get affidavits from the parents of the kids you babysat. Dont' give up on this. Think hard.
Ricky Malik, Esq., www.rmlegal.com
You might qualify .... meet with an attorney to 'brainstorm' ideas on proof/documents.
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you should speak with an attorney, you might still be able to apply, but please hire a lawyer
Inara F. Khashmati, Esq.
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