My question is, would I still need a "letter of employment" to send with the I-134 although I'm not technically employed but dependent upon my sales for my earnings?
According to the instructions, if you're self-employed, you need to send a copy of last tax return filed or report of commercial rating concern. Because of this, I chose to ignore the "statement of employment" and I sent her copies of my 2005, 2006, and 2007 tax returns.
Would you say that I had met the requirements or should I also send her a letter from the company stating that I earn commission for my sales?
FYI, I sent:
- 2005, 2006, and 2007 tax returns.
- 2 months of bank statements
- 8 weeks of sales statements
- proof of life insurance
- proof of property ownership
- statement of bank information signed by bank manager (date joined and amount deposited since joining - I joined back in August, 2007 so I wasn't able to provide them with 1 year of deposits)
- printout from my SEP-IRA
I'm pretty sure what I sent was fine, but just wanted to see what others thought.
Edited by fitzee21, 06 April 2008 - 11:58 PM.