[x] The checklist below indicates missing or incomplete documents.
Supporting Documents Missing or Incomplete
[x] It appears that there is no proof of current employment (a recently dated job letter or pay stub), or of
self-employment status (a recently dated letter on business letterhead or a business license).
According to the lady at NVC, I just need to write a letter saying that I am unemployed. It also doesn't seem to matter to the govt about the work I have when I get to the States. She also said that I don't need to re-do the i-864, or that it doesn't matter if I redo it (since it isn't listed under the checklist). That doesn't make sense because on the I-864 that they have from me, I say I am employed. Now I am told to write a letter stating my unemployment. Sounds like a bit of a contradiction to me. But really, should I expect anything else from the US govt?
Any advice on what to say in my unemployment letter? Should it be as simple and short as this:
To Whom It May Concern,
I am currently not working, thus making me unemployed.
What other information do they need? I have already told them everything regarding every little detail of our situation. And any suggestions on whether I should re-do the i-864 form and change it from employed to being unemployed??
This was also from the NVC... on the page above the checklist.. does it sound like on here that I need to submit a new I-864???
______F - FINANCIAL EVIDENCE:______________________________________
A review of the I-864, I-864EZ, I-864W or I-864A (if applicable) Affidavit of Support form and
supporting documents that you submitted has revealed that you have provided incomplete information in
your response or you have not responded to some questions.
Please pay specific attention to the questions marked in the attached I-864/A checklist. You will need to
complete and submit a new form with the changes noted on the attached checklist.
You will need to follow the instructions for the Affidavit of Support (I-864) that are posted on the
Department of State website at the following address:
www.ImmigrantVisas.state.gov. From there, you can fill out a new form online, print the new
completed form and mail it to NVC. If you are the Petitioner, please read all instructions and complete
the correct form to submit to NVC. An Affidavit of Support form is required to be submitted from the
Petitioner on each case regardless of his/her income level.
NVC will hold this case until you send us these needed items. When you return the documents to NVC,
please make sure that the documents submitted are in the correct order and stapled together, as stated in
the I-864 Important Notice instructions.
When responding to the National Visa Center, please include the bar code sheet that came with this
letter. Failure to include the bar code sheet may cause a delay in the processing of your case. The bar
code sheet should be placed on top of all documents being submitted for this case and mailed to the
Someone PLEASE help!!!
Edited by MariahVine, 17 January 2013 - 10:58 PM.