I'm just trying to be prepared over the next few months till I am able to submit the I-129F for just my fiance (no dependents involved) and had a question about I-134 as I know embassies still request this form for applications.
As I understand, we are required to submit a tax return from at least the previous year with the application.
My situation was that last year I was in college completing my masters and for half the year worked part-time in an internship and ended up earning around $17k+ which is above the 100% requirement but not the 125%.
However, as of April, I was given a return offer with an annual salary of $90k+, which obviously beats the 125% standard that's been set. The position is permanent, of course.
My concern is that given the previous year's tax return, will there be some scrutiny over how stable my earnings are? If so, is there anything I can do to avoid this. For eg: Attaching a cover letter explaining my situation as I have here.
I was also unemployed before last year, so I didn't file taxes due to not having an income so previous returns wouldn't help either.
Also for evidence, if I'm going by my annual salary, would I need to show more than just a company letter verifying this info plus 6 months of paychecks?
Would appreciate any advice, thanks.