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Ok my plane leaves tomorrow at 6 am for Bangkok.

My girl needs additional information from her interview it says "official signed letter from petitoners employer and 2009 income"

I just switched jobs. As a result I have pay stubs and a detailed letter of how much I made from my last job (48k base, made 26 k this year so far it says), and a new letter from my new job, saying how much I make and that I just started basically.

Ive posted about this a few times before but this is my last since I am leaving soon.

Am I crazy to assume this is sufficient? I will go to the window myself on the 6th and see if they have a problem with this. I dont have new pay stubs yet I havent even gotten paid at new job yet.

I dont want to delay my trip, but it seems that I am overthinking this. Can they really deny me for this???

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Good luck.

Hope you won't be denied.. there's a chance of course that you may be, no one can predict how they'll react. It seems like you've done the best you can, covered your bases.

Do note that you WILL NOT be able to enter the embassy along with your fiancee for the interview. She will be going in alone and doing the explaining.

You will be cooling your heels outside.

Explain to your fiancee exactly what your employment status is, review with her the details of your job change and the paystubs and letters you are giving her to present.

Good luck!!!

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Ok my plane leaves tomorrow at 6 am for Bangkok.

My girl needs additional information from her interview it says "official signed letter from petitoners employer and 2009 income"

I just switched jobs. As a result I have pay stubs and a detailed letter of how much I made from my last job (48k base, made 26 k this year so far it says), and a new letter from my new job, saying how much I make and that I just started basically.

Ive posted about this a few times before but this is my last since I am leaving soon.

Am I crazy to assume this is sufficient? I will go to the window myself on the 6th and see if they have a problem with this. I dont have new pay stubs yet I havent even gotten paid at new job yet.

I dont want to delay my trip, but it seems that I am overthinking this. Can they really deny me for this???

I didnt mean to post this twice! I apologize.

She already went to the interview. They gave her a letter saying she needs an official signed letter and 2009 income

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Good luck.

Hope you won't be denied.. there's a chance of course that you may be, no one can predict how they'll react. It seems like you've done the best you can, covered your bases.

Do note that you WILL NOT be able to enter the embassy along with your fiancee for the interview. She will be going in alone and doing the explaining.

You will be cooling your heels outside.

Explain to your fiancee exactly what your employment status is, review with her the details of your job change and the paystubs and letters you are giving her to present.

Good luck!!!

They will allow you into the embassy to provide additional documentation.


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Good luck.

Hope you won't be denied.. there's a chance of course that you may be, no one can predict how they'll react. It seems like you've done the best you can, covered your bases.

Do note that you WILL NOT be able to enter the embassy along with your fiancee for the interview. She will be going in alone and doing the explaining.

You will be cooling your heels outside.

Explain to your fiancee exactly what your employment status is, review with her the details of your job change and the paystubs and letters you are giving her to present.

Good luck!!!

They will allow you into the embassy to provide additional documentation.

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No, just to the window I meant. haha

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Ok my plane leaves tomorrow at 6 am for Bangkok.

My girl needs additional information from her interview it says "official signed letter from petitoners employer and 2009 income"

I just switched jobs. As a result I have pay stubs and a detailed letter of how much I made from my last job (48k base, made 26 k this year so far it says), and a new letter from my new job, saying how much I make and that I just started basically.

Ive posted about this a few times before but this is my last since I am leaving soon.

Am I crazy to assume this is sufficient? I will go to the window myself on the 6th and see if they have a problem with this. I dont have new pay stubs yet I havent even gotten paid at new job yet.

I dont want to delay my trip, but it seems that I am overthinking this. Can they really deny me for this???

Number 1, YES a consulatye can deny you for this. Not saying they will, but they certainly CAN. The consulates have very broad latitude, in fact the letter you are required to provide ofr BKK is not even required for other consulates.

You do not have a current employment letter. Nothing you can do about that now. You have no choice but to give them what you have and hope for the best. If the decision to change jobs and have some "down time" between was yours, it was not a good one. You really do not want to be unemployed during this process if it can be avoided, especially not with a consulate that does not accept co-sponsors. Hopefully they will understand.

Good luck


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With 26K made so far and a new employment letter in hand I couldn't see there being an issue. I think your fine.

Good luck!

I would not be comfortable with his situation at all. What he has made to date has little bearing on anything if he does not currently have a job. Rules for the I-864 state specifically that letters offering future employment are not considered. The consulates do not have to go by those rules, they make their own and have wide latitude. Maybe Montreal or Vancouver would accept it, maybe Kiev...I am not comfortable saying BKK will.

I wish him the best, but I do not think he is "fine" I think he has an uphill battle. Please let us know how it goes and best of luck.


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