In preparing my I134 to send to my fiancee I found no such information in the instructions about providing 3 years worth of tax information. I understand that last years tax return along with supporting w2s show evidence of income, but where is everyone getting this last 3 years of tax transcripts from ? I actually have 2010 and 2011 tax transcripts, and my 2012 return and w2s, but that was only because I read a few times that it is needed for submitting with i134.
The directions that go with i134 state that supporting evidence should be: from the bank (deposits from last year, date account opened, and present balance), employment letter, copy of LAST income tax returned filed (if self employed)
From reading the forums I got a little paranoid and now I have the following:
2010/2011 Tax Return Transcript
2012 Tax Return with supporting Documents (w2's and 1099)
Banking Statements and Summary
Im glad to show more than enough evidence, but am I beating a dead horse ? Not to mentioned I'm going to get killed with such a massive envelope that is being sent fedex international.
My wife and I had the wrong information. We were under the impression that it would only take around 8 weeks to process her visa so that she could return to America with me. We were going to go the K3 route, but from what I'm reading here, the CR-1 is the only viable option now because the K3 takes so long to process (am I right?). We are very depressed that we found out today that these CR-1 visas take anywhere from 6-11 months to process. Is this true?
I am American and she is Slovak. We were married in January this year and I'm leaving in June. I have been living in Slovakia with her, but once I leave I won't be able to return because I need to finish my school in the USA.
Can someone tell me if I've got the correct info?
1. We need to file the I-130 form first, which takes many months to process
2. Once that has finished processing, we take care of the rest at the US Embassy in Slovakia and then she gets to come to America.
Sounds correct or am I way off?
Some main things we are worried about:
Will she be able to visit me while the CR-1 is processing? She already has an approved ESTA because she was in the USA in November 2012. I just want to know if and how I will be able to see my wife during the supposed 6-11 month processing time the CR-1 can take. If I have the wrong info, please let me know, and if there is a quicker way to get her to the USA with me, please let me know if you know of a way..thank you.
Our payments for both AOS and IV fee are now in the status of PAID and the whole paperwork regarding AOS has been sent 10 days ago.
Now we are confused as to what to do next.
Are we supposed to get any "package" by mail from NVC or this is it from them and now we just have to download and send that form DS-230 by mail together with the police certificates from the respective countries, the certified marriage certificate and also the applicant's birth certificate?
I'm curious to know when, if at all, I the petitioner will have to show that I am financially able to support my fiance.
(1) At what point in the process does this happen?
(2) I'm an entrepreneur (wedding photographer) and I started my business Nov 2012 and have not filed taxes yet. I do have all of my bank statements that verify my income is well above $30K/yr in Texas. I have 2 kiddos that live with their mother.
I am the petitioner and I have a felony conviction of Misappropriation of Financial Funds (white colar offense) and I am currently on probation. I have no other convictions. My offense is not listed as one of the offenses on the I-129F document. Naturally, I did not have to answer yes to that question but should I take initiative and provide court documents and a letter of recommendation from my probation officer just in case?
Aslo, what is the likelihood of this type of conviction, though not listed on the I-129F, getting me to be denied?