i received the I-797E notice of action from the department of homeland security, i have are last 2 years taxes filed jointly, medical bills that i paid for my wife with my credit card, proof that we own a car together, 4 or 5 letters from friends and family saying that we are a real couple, proof that we are going to a doctor to try to have a baby, proof that my wife is on my medical insurence, this is about all i have, now the bad i owned a house before me and my wife met and i never put her name on it, we have separate bank accounts, we dont have credit cards,i pay all the bill and let her keep all the money she makes so there are no proof of joint resposabilities,me and my wife talked about how we would live together and she was fine with it, we are faithfull to each other, we dont swing, we are as normal as most couples i no, we are not in great dept together and dont want to be, i allready had a house, do you think this will be enough infomation to prove we are a real couple.
State/Country relating to question: Oregon
i have just allways did and sent the exsact things that were requested, never any more and never any less,
I think that is a good amount of proof. You don't have to have every single thing that normal couples have in order to proof that you are in a real relationship. I think what you have is good evidence and you can supplement that with letters from friends, family, neighbors, etc. that know you both and can state they believe your relationship is real and why they believe that.
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