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Filed: Country: Italy
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Together with the I-864 i am submitting the Federal income tax return, including W-2 for the year 2006, is that enough since my usc's spouse makes more than $40k per year?

In other words, do i need a Letter of Employment, Copy of Bank Statements, Copy of Pay Stubs, Copy of Checking and Savings account?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Scotland
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As far as I understand, you still have to submit proof of employment (letter from employer) saying your salary, position, amount of time worked, etc. Sounds like the USCitizen makes plenty plenty of money so you don't have to send any documentation of assets, but yeh all the tax proofs you need plus whatever else the I-134 instructions ask for:

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-134.pdf


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Bank statements are only needed if you are relying on assets to make up for a shortfall in income below 125% povertyline.

We used I-864EZ, it only requires past year's IRS return, but it is advisable to attach past 3 years IRS data, employer letter and a few recent pay stubs.

You can also use IRS transcripts, they are preferable over the returns. Simple transcripts are free from the IRS.

In our case this what the I-864EZ included.

  • I-864EZ.

  • SIMPLE Tax transcripts from the IRS for past 3 years, (Redundant for the (1040,W2,1099) but are free from the IRS http://www.irs.gov/faqs/faq1-6.html

  • Letter from my employer stating annual salary, job responsibility, and that is full time, on company letterhead.

  • Photo copies of past month or so of pay stubs up to a few weeks before the interview.
My income was well above the povertyline so I did not include any asset data (LIKE BANK STATEMENTS or property values).

If your income exceeds 125% of the povertyline when counting yourself, prospective immigrant and any dependents, then don't bother with assets (401K, Bank balance, Stocks etc..), it is just extra un-needed data to provide, the consular officer is most concerned with INCOME.

Consider using the I-864EZ it is EASY (EZ) to understand. http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/men...00045f3d6a1RCRD

As far as I understand, you still have to submit proof of employment (letter from employer) saying your salary, position, amount of time worked, etc. Sounds like the USCitizen makes plenty plenty of money so you don't have to send any documentation of assets, but yeh all the tax proofs you need plus whatever else the I-134 instructions ask for:

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-134.pdf

They are in the USA and adjusting status I-134 is NOT used for this. I-134 is only used for K-Visas at the consulate.

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