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My spouse entered uk DEC 2014. We have correspondence addressed to both us spanning 2015,16, &17. Checklist says they want correspondence as evidence of us living together up to a maximum of 2 years from 3 sources. He was going to submit 3 documents, 1 from each source, for 2015,16 & 17 as 2017 proves we are still at this address together but I'm not sure if they want anything from as far back as 2015? What years should we include?

Also could someone just confirm that he is only submitting 3 documents from 3 different sources and not 3 documents from each of the 3 sources.

Thanks again! His interview is a week today so fingers crossed!
 

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Six items of correspondence addressed to you and your partner at the same address as evidence that you have been living together since your last grant of leave in this category, or from the date you first started living together up to a maximum of two years.

The items of correspondence should be addressed to you jointly or in both your names. Examples of acceptable items are listed below. The documents provided must be originals.
Photocopies are not acceptable.
The dates of the items of correspondence should be spread evenly over the whole period you are relying on. They should be from at least 3 different sources. If you do not have enough items in your joint names, you may also provide items addressed to each of you individually if they show the same address for both of you.

For example - Four items of correspondence in joint names to the same address and two items addressed to each partner at the address. In total eight items would need to be submitted.
If you and your partner have no bills or correspondence in joint names, you will need to submit twelve items (six each) of correspondence, evidencing that you reside together at the same address.
 
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