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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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hi all!

on a k1 visa interview, presentation of the affidavit of support should be accompanied by the income tax returns as read on our embassy website.

it also says or evidence of current employment is needed.

my question is ...

arent the tax returns evidence enough that he is employed?

if not, then what are these "evidences"?

pay stubs? photocopy of his work ID? any ideas?

i asked for a certificate of employment from him - cos thats how we do it over here as evidence of a current job. he is employed at the sherrifs dept but he said they dont give out certificates of employment. people at his department never even handed out one ever.

were both clueless now.

please help. thank you very much.

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THE JOURNEY

03-31-08 - FILED for K1

04-16-08 - NOA1

06-11-08 - RFE on uscis website

08-12-08 - fiance started calling uscis every week cos he never got the RFE in the mail, requested for a new one

08-13-08 - touched

09-19-08 - touched

09-24-08 - touched

10-15-08 - new RFE finally in the mail (after hundreds of calls to uscis)

10-28-08 - fiance sent back RFE documents

10-31-08 - touched

11-04-08 - RFE reply recieved

11-05-08 - touched

11-10-08 - APPROVED (on uscis website)

11-11-08 - touched

11-13-08 - touched

11-17-08 - NOA2

11-24-08 - consulate received

12-15-08 - day 1 medical exam at SLEC

12-16-08 - day 2 medical exam results released

01-07-09 - INTERVIEW APPROVED

01-16-09 - visa received

02-12-09 - CFO

03-15-09 - FLIGHT

06-11-09 - wedding

07-10-09 - AOS

08-21-09 - biometrics

09-23-09 - repeat biometrics (argh!)

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Tax returns reflect previous years. The sponsor should also submit pay stubs. I submitted 12 pay periods. Of course I am a believer of 'more is better' :P


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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we submitted 2007 Form 1040, 2007 W-2, Latest Employment Certificate, bank Statements. These documents are fine.


Eternally destined,

Angel&Saint

MY K1 TIMELINE

AOS

CIS Office : Chicago IL

Date Filed : 2009-02-04

NOA Date : 2009-02-06

Bio. Appt. : 2009-03-03

Interview Date : 2009-05-19

Approved :2009-05-19

Got I551 Stamp : yes

Greencard Received:2009-06-26

EAD

CIS Office : Chicago IL

Filing Method : Mail

Filing Instance : First

Date Filed : 2009-02-04

NOA Date : 2009-02-06

Bio. Appt. : 2009-03-03

Approved Date : 2009-04-01

Date Card Received :2009-04-13

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline
hi all!

on a k1 visa interview, presentation of the affidavit of support should be accompanied by the income tax returns as read on our embassy website.

it also says or evidence of current employment is needed.

my question is ...

arent the tax returns evidence enough that he is employed?

if not, then what are these "evidences"?

pay stubs? photocopy of his work ID? any ideas?

i asked for a certificate of employment from him - cos thats how we do it over here as evidence of a current job. he is employed at the sherrifs dept but he said they dont give out certificates of employment. people at his department never even handed out one ever.

were both clueless now.

please help. thank you very much.

Certificate of Employment is one of the evidences needed but if your fiance can't get to his employer you can explain if they ask, you can use his pay stubs and copy of his company ID , tax returns including all the stuff that concern your relationship like remittances, pics, emails etc..

goodluck!!!


02-16-06- met online

07-20-07- first visit to phils

07-26-07-engagement

07-28-07- back to US

09-14-07- submitted I-129F

09-25-07- NOA1

10-25-07 -NOA2

11-01-07- My fiance got a letter from NVC that within 2 weeks Manila Consulate will send my Packet

11-20-07- Date of my Packet, actually the real one was earlier but it was sent somewhere, good thing my Fiance arrived to spent Thanksgiving day in Phils and we checked the status in Embassy.

11-23-07- Medical though the exact date was Nov. 29..

12-06-07- Interview

12-16-07- Visa in hand

01-16-98- Attended CFO

01-18-08- Arrived in USA , POE-Guam

03-16-08- Wedding

AOS

04-17-08- Submitted the AOS

04-24-08- NOA

05-13-08- Biometrics

05-27-08- Transferred to California

06-14-08- EAD card received

07-21-08- Date of AOS approval but got the letter July 24

No Interview, No RFE and Additional Vaccination( just used the SLEC medical docs)

07-22-08- Date of Permanent REsident CARd , got it July 29

07-31-08- apply for SSN

08-05-08-SSN delivery

01-12-09- First day of work(Thanks to Marielle and Mario)

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Evidence of current employment equals letter from employer stating employees start date and current eployment status on company letterhead.


Naturalization

3/23/14 - N400 package sent to Phoenix

3/27/14 - N400 package delivered

4/3/14 - NOA1 receipt date

4/4/14 - check cashed

04/29/14 - biometrics date

07/01/14 - interview date

xx/xx/xx - Oath Ceremony

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline

thank you everyone!

i think the pay stubs will do. ill ask him later. and a company ID photocopy.

i appreciate all the replies. thanks a lot and God bless you all!


THE JOURNEY

03-31-08 - FILED for K1

04-16-08 - NOA1

06-11-08 - RFE on uscis website

08-12-08 - fiance started calling uscis every week cos he never got the RFE in the mail, requested for a new one

08-13-08 - touched

09-19-08 - touched

09-24-08 - touched

10-15-08 - new RFE finally in the mail (after hundreds of calls to uscis)

10-28-08 - fiance sent back RFE documents

10-31-08 - touched

11-04-08 - RFE reply recieved

11-05-08 - touched

11-10-08 - APPROVED (on uscis website)

11-11-08 - touched

11-13-08 - touched

11-17-08 - NOA2

11-24-08 - consulate received

12-15-08 - day 1 medical exam at SLEC

12-16-08 - day 2 medical exam results released

01-07-09 - INTERVIEW APPROVED

01-16-09 - visa received

02-12-09 - CFO

03-15-09 - FLIGHT

06-11-09 - wedding

07-10-09 - AOS

08-21-09 - biometrics

09-23-09 - repeat biometrics (argh!)

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Zambia
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The letter from the sheriff or other official, stating that he was hired on __, that he is employed as a ___ at a salary of __ will also be very helpful.

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in my case, my husband is a waiter and the owner doesnt make an employment letter so i made an employment letter and my hubby asked the manager/owner to signed it...thats it.

just do that if you can..things are simple, people just make it complicated.hehehehehhehe

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