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Did you submit this at your AOS interview??

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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Hi

I am just a little worried,it says on my interview letter "letters from each current employer+pay stubs from the last two months".

Is this from me (beneficiary) or from my husband? -I am currently not working.

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We did, and the letter does not need to be long or involved, and likely your spouse already got a letter earlier in the process. The letter and pay stubs should come from his employer. Just ask for a new one.

If you were working you could include the same for your employment, but no need.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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Oh gees there might be a problem there I have my interview on Tuesday!!!

We did submit a letter that he is employed back duruing the K1 process,so they do have such a letter already in their documents.

I do however have the W2 from 2007 and evidence that we filed the txes together (have not got the tax return from this year back yet)

Should that do?

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Mexico
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Well we have our interview on thursday and I'm bringing a new employment verification letter from my current employer (I'm the foreign spouse) and I'm also bringing my wife's old employment verification letter, the one she submitted back in October. I dont think this will be an issue because in case they wonder if her employment is still current, I'm bringing my and her pay stubs for the last 2 months. Last time she was paid was the last day of march so dont worry too much you'll b fine.

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As long as the employer who wrote the letter way back for the K-1 and the current pay stubs, W-2's, and taxes match, it should be fine. Nothing should've changed.

If it changed, I would call the HR department immediately and ask them to write one up and fax it to you or go pick it up.


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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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He is still employed in the place he has been for 4 years.

In that case, I would reuse the old letter and make sure to have plenty of evidence that he's still there....a pay stub from every quarter since you last filed this paper, W-2's and tax returns.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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If your husband's job description or rate of pay has changed since you submitted that original letter, or even if it has changed since you sent in your AOS information (during which you should have submitted a letter with the Affadavit of Support form), you need to get an updated letter from his employer.

Every time you submit a new form in this process, don't assume that they will see the information/evidence that you submitted at an earlier stage. Even if it is the same document over and over again, you have to send in a new copy with each new form.


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