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do any of the juarez veterans have an idea about how sticky they are on the financial support piece? i know they don't require the I-134, just documentation of employment or sufficient assets. i have a letter of employment with income well above the poverty level. i also have three bank accounts, one of which has most of my money, the other two each having a couple thousand dollars.

the problem is that the letters from the two smaller bank accounts have been lost in the mail, and i have been told that copies will not be accepted. my fiance is ready to go for the interview. do i request new letters from my banks, and endure the delay it will cause, or just forget about them? not sure how much a few thousand dollars in the bank will make in the scheme of things for the financial support picture. how picky are they about it?

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