In support of a marriage based Green Card petition, the couple should provide evidence of and be prepared to answer questions about the “bona fides” of the marriage, meaning that it is a real and true marriage and not one simply entered into in order to secure an immigration benefit. This evidence can be provided at the outset of when their petition is filed, in response to a request for evidence, and at the time of the interview. We typically recommend that even if you provided evidence at the outset in support of the petition, that you still be prepared to bring supplemental evidence at the time of the interview.
The evidence that you provide should be that which is representative of your relationship. Thus, there is no right type of evidence or correct answer to a question about the relationship.
Thus, while we have compiled a suggested checklist and sample interview questions, you may have different or additional evidence that is better representative of your relationship. Please feel free to schedule a consultation with our office to discuss the best strategy and documentation for your specific case.