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I will be meeting my fiancee next month and thinking of taking a completed 1-134 with me so she will already have it.  is this a good idea?  Also, if my pension is well over the poverty threshold and I supply proof with a copy of my 1099-R, how much proof of other assets is required?  Do I really need to list all of my bonds since I have about 600 US Savings bonds?  Do I really need a letter from my bank or would a copy of my account balances from online banking suffice?

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What stage are you at in the process? Is she about to have her interview?

 

The I-134 should be dated preferably within 30 days of the interview so that it is up to date; same with the paystubs; but if you're using your pension I would supply honestly as much financial information as you could.

 

Philippines a lot of times does not even check it honestly; but better to have a lot of information filled out on it in case. Also you wouldn't or don't have to list ALL the bonds. 


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LIke Ben says above....

seems they rarely look at the I-134 during the interview in Manila
my fiancee said they only asked her where I worked
the idiots were more worried that she once upon a time had a one letter misspelling on her name
221-g issued for another Cenomar and police clearance! really!? 

that said....I sent her my signed !-134 about a week before her interview...
copies of the last 3 years of W2s...printout of my work online profile page (showing my date of hire and current base salary)
My job has one of those 800 work verfication plans, and would not write me a letter.
my latest 401k statement,,,,,and latest IRA statement.
letters from my 2 banks....they wont give you what the form says exactly..but its close enough
Chase did it for my right in the branch....took 10minutes
TD (being Canadian! LOL)  took about 10days to come in the mail
wrote out a cover letter explaining all the attachments....
I guess better safe than to be sorry
 

you never know who is PMS the day your fiancee has the interview!

good luck

 

 

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