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2 problems fee payment and job letter

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Hi guys I just wanted to know that I submitted the fees on Friday and Saturday when I checked they were rejected I paid by checking account where the funds were available. The other problem is a job letter I drive for uber and they class us as independent contractors.

Hi there, Umair.

Thanks for reaching out. Since Uber partners are independent contractors and not employees, we're not able to respond to employment verification requests.

Uber also cannot verify or guarantee income, since the amount of money you make is totally up to you and when you want to drive on the system.

You can always see all your trips and payment history at partners.uber.com by clicking on the Invoices tab.

Please continue to reach out if you have additional questions or concerns and I'd be more than happy to help!

Have a good one!

Best,

John

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What fees did you pay? What visa are you applying for?


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That's fine.. Print off pay stubs. We also did not use an employer letter (not sure how to get one from the Department of Transportation to be honest) but instead sent in 6 months of pay stubs.


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I attempted to pay the IV fees and aos fees, but both were rejected called nvc said it was from my bank and the funds were available. So I don't know why they said that. Ok so I print 6 months of paystubs and send it in the packets?

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Yes you can do that. Don't forget the rest of the items needed.

Were you paying the fees online or via check?


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I signed on to the ceac thing logged in with the iin# and nvc case number payed both fees online with my checking account. They went to in process then the next day they were rejected. I wonder why when the funds were available.

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