I'm about to file I-751 jointly with my wife (she sponsors me). One of the evidence of bona fide marriage I was going to send is our 2012 tax return transcripts. We file our taxes as 'Married filing separately'. Upon receiving the transcripts from the IRS I noticed that my wife's return had a different address than mine. The accountant who prepares her taxes used an old address on file and not our current residence. We've never lived together in that old address. Now I am concerned that the address mismatch would be basis for arguing that we do not live together. I'm considering two options: 1) do not send the transcripts as evidence and depend solely on the rest of the evidence I gathered. In this scenario the lack of tax transcripts as evidence would not really matter. 2) send the transcripts anyway. In this scenario the address mismatch is considered irrelevant and won't cause any problems. I'm at a loss about which way to go. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. FYI, the rest of the evidence consists of: - jont check account statements - a letter from the bank saying we've kept our joint account in good standing since 2010 - an affidavit from a common friend and another one from 2 family members - A letter from the health insurance company declaring we have joint insurance since October/2010 - Lease agreement we both signed for our residence since October/2011 - Christmas cards addressed to both of us - various pictures with family, friends and just the two of us. Thanks.