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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: India

My husband works for a mulitnational company, based out of India. When we first filed the AOS package, we included an I864, I barely make any money, but his income was counted was on the I864 because he is the principle immigrant. He didn't have an employment verification letter, so we just sent in his pay stubs from the last 6months. We have more recent ones, which we'll be bringing to the interview. He has since requested an employment verification letter, but the employer won't give him one because he is applying for a greencard (even though he is working LEGALLY, in the US), he has the email stating that as a policy they do not give such letters for those seeking a Greencard. However, a few days later he requested one because he would like to invite his parents to visit us, and they need a sponsor. He recieved it three days later, This states everything the interview notice states the letter should have, but the letter closes with a line saying that it was given because my husband intends to invite his parents to visit him. Is this letter OK? Or should I bring a new I864, with an I864A with my father cosigning?

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They wouldn't refuse him over the wording of the letter. He has the paystubs, he has the letter for having his parents visit, and he has the e-mail from the employer explaining their policy, a current work visa and I'm presuming a tax return from last year?

You can have your dad fill out an extra I-864 if you want, as something you could keep in your back pocket just in case they needed it at the interview. That's what we did for the K-1 interview, and it turned out we didn't need it. But it gave us a little peace of mind.



Filed: 8/1/07


Biometrics: 9/28/07

EAD/AP: 10/17/07

EAD card ordered again (who knows, maybe we got the two-fer deal): 10/23/-7

Transferred to CSC: 10/26/07

Approved: 11/21/07

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