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I-134: Question about savings vs. bank statement

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Should the value stated as current balance from my bank's official statement match the value of deposit of savings on the form? My bank only mentioned my main subaccount that receives my deposits. I have several other subaccounts with the same bank. The value for deposits in savings that I put on the form is the total sum of all my subaccounts.

Will this be an issue if the values don't match? The bank also mentioned the total deposited in the account in the past year which falls closer to the value I currently have on the form.


Timeline (yyyy-mm-dd)

  • 2014-09-04: I-129F received by USCIS
  • 2014-09-08: Received NOA1 notification via email
  • 2015-04-16: uscis.gov status updated to approved! (219 days since NOA1)
  • 2015-04-20: Received I-797 NOA2 in mail (Notice date 2015-04-16)
  • 2015-04-29: USCIS sends application to NVC
  • 2015-05-07: NVC receives packet
  • 2015-05-13: Package left NVC for consulate
  • 2015-05-18: Consulate receives package

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Should the value stated as current balance from my bank's official statement match the value of deposit of savings on the form? My bank only mentioned my main subaccount that receives my deposits. I have several other subaccounts with the same bank. The value for deposits in savings that I put on the form is the total sum of all my subaccounts.

Will this be an issue if the values don't match? The bank also mentioned the total deposited in the account in the past year which falls closer to the value I currently have on the form.

This is not an issue at all. Do you meet the income requirements? If so, what amount you put on the cash balance does not matter as long as it isn't completely unreasonable. For example, if you say you make $30,000 a year and yet you have $1,000,000 in the bank. I would include additional documentation showing how that $1,000,000 got there (inheritance, separate business, etc.). Choose an amount on your latest bank statement and put that on the form.

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Yeah fortunately the numbers fall in line with my employer's statement. I just didn't know how picky they were about how much the numbers need to match. Thanks!


Timeline (yyyy-mm-dd)

  • 2014-09-04: I-129F received by USCIS
  • 2014-09-08: Received NOA1 notification via email
  • 2015-04-16: uscis.gov status updated to approved! (219 days since NOA1)
  • 2015-04-20: Received I-797 NOA2 in mail (Notice date 2015-04-16)
  • 2015-04-29: USCIS sends application to NVC
  • 2015-05-07: NVC receives packet
  • 2015-05-13: Package left NVC for consulate
  • 2015-05-18: Consulate receives package

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