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Can offer letter fullfill employment letter requirement?

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Hello everybody,

I am trying to gather my affidavit of support documents, and I just came across my offer letter for the job that I have been currently working at for the past 2 years. I wanted to get an employment letter from my supervisor, but was wondering if I can easily just submit my offer letter along with my recent pay stubs and tax returns . I understand what the requirements are, but my offer letter specifically lists my salary and my job title and I am still working there. Otherwise I can just get the employment letter next week. According to my attorney we need to mail out tax returns and employment letter with paystubs to NVC once they request it. I am a bit confused based on the posts on VJ I thought my fiance (beneficiary) brings thea affidavit of support with supporting documents with him to the interivew. I did not know that this is submitted prior to the interview. Any clarifications on this will be appreciated. Thanks again!

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Does your offer letter indicate information such as the length of time you been employed with this company? Rate Of pay? Status of employment (Full Time or Part Time)

If you answer no, then it is a NO....


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India
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Does your offer letter indicate information such as the length of time you been employed with this company? Rate Of pay? Status of employment (Full Time or Part Time)

If you answer no, then it is a NO....

It includes rate of pay and my status as full time. But, of course it lists the usually verbage as I or the employer can terminate the employment at any time with or without notice. Just thought I would get this out instead of waiting for the letter :).

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