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Documents for Immigration Marriage Petition

A lot of what immigration law is about is producing evidence to prove your case that you should be awarded an immigration benefit. The following documents prove valuable if not always required in every case. The more of these you have the merrier the process will be. Note that this list is for general use only. Each case is particular, and it will be advisable to act or refrain to act basely solely on this list.

PETITIONER (U.S.Citizen) – Documents usually required from the Petitioner
Petitioner’s most recent tax returns
Petitioner’s W2 or 1099
Letter from employer stating annual salary, job title and date you started working
3 most recent check stubs
Original petitioner’s naturalization certificate, U.S passport or certified copy of birth certificate of petitioner if born in the USA.
Applicant entry documents (passport, I-94, I-20s, IAP-66, etc)
Airline ticket for marriage trip
Miscellaneous: anything regarding a bona fide marriage, leases, credit cards, bank statements, photos etc.
Phone bills of calls made between the two of you
6 passport size photographs. (2X2 inch and white background)

BENEFICIARY (Foreign National) – Documents required
Certified copy of birth certificate with translation, if applicable
Medical Examination*
applicant only (form and list of doctors attached)
Miscellaneous: anything regarding a bona fide marriage
6 passport size photographs. (2X2 inch and white background)

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