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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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My fiance will be interviewing in the philippines for a K1 visa soon. I asked the company I work for, for a letter of employment. So I showed them a rought draft of the letter I needed. They said that they couldnt give me my annual pay on the letter because of what if my job would end or if I got laid off . I just started the job in september. I guess its there company policy, :bonk: Is it ok its just shows hourly wage on the letter proving im making over the poverty line ?? I get paid BI-weekly also . What would you suggest on how many paycheck stubs to bring to the interview ?? Your thoughts greatly appreciated

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: France
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My fiance will be interviewing in the philippines for a K1 visa soon. I asked the company I work for, for a letter of employment. So I showed them a rought draft of the letter I needed. They said that they couldnt give me my annual pay on the letter because of what if my job would end or if I got laid off . I just started the job in september. I guess its there company policy, :bonk: Is it ok its just shows hourly wage on the letter proving im making over the poverty line ?? I get paid BI-weekly also . What would you suggest on how many paycheck stubs to bring to the interview ?? Your thoughts greatly appreciated

I had a similar problem when I applied for AOS with my wife. I was an hourly employee, and my hours varied. It was impossible for them to write me a letter with my exact salary. What I did do was to ask them to write a letter that specifies my "projected" salary. Your company knows how much money you make. They could figure out roughly how much you'd make if your job were to continue to the end of the year. Maybe try asking for something like that?

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Perhaps a rephrased letter from your employer would suffice, i.e., to state that you began work on such and so date. I assume you are still in your probationary period as an employee, and that you had no prior job? You'd have only a month's pay to show as income? In that case, it would be hard for the CO to feel sure you can support your proposed family. Can you find a cosponsor quickly?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Perhaps a rephrased letter from your employer would suffice, i.e., to state that you began work on such and so date. I assume you are still in your probationary period as an employee, and that you had no prior job? You'd have only a month's pay to show as income? In that case, it would be hard for the CO to feel sure you can support your proposed family. Can you find a cosponsor quickly?

No I cannot find a co-sponser, But thanks for your input anyway. By the time her interview is here . I will have collected two months pay check stubs. I sure hope the co will be in a good mood that day. I do have a savings account also that has a decent amount in it. Would that help at all ? and last year I made over 50,000 maybe they will be ok with that ?


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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How about your income in 2008?

In 2008 it was $51,500 2007 -$33.000 2006 $42.000 i will be submitting all three years. What do you think ?


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How about your income in 2008?

In 2008 it was $51,500 2007 -$33.000 2006 $42.000 i will be submitting all three years. What do you think ?

When my wife had her embassy interview the CO only looked at thye previous year income andnot current. Same with the AOS IO.

I'd say you are looking good.

Get tax transcripts for the last 3 years from IRS as they are more valid. 800- 829 1040.

Your interview should be before 4/15/2010 so no need 2009 return.

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Hi! My fiance just gave me his 4 paystubs and he just gave me his 2008 ITR but much better if you will get your past 3years ITR. The pre-screener didn't ask for my fiance's employment letter, i even asked her if she will take it but she said no need. But it's better to be prepared than sorry right? Good luck to you both. Your fiance is my friend :) God Bless!!

How about your income in 2008?

In 2008 it was $51,500 2007 -$33.000 2006 $42.000 i will be submitting all three years. What do you think ?


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Just type up your own Letter of Employment

Put it on your company letterhead


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Forget the company letter and take you last three years tax transcripts or tax forms and w-2's etc....send all the pay stubs you can before the interview and you should be fine, unless your making $6 an hour and working 30 hours a week. :)


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Zambia
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With your previous years' tax transcripts, you're OK. A simple letter from your employer stating that you are an employee will suffice, if you can get it. Good luck!

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My fiance will be interviewing in the philippines for a K1 visa soon. I asked the company I work for, for a letter of employment. So I showed them a rought draft of the letter I needed. They said that they couldnt give me my annual pay on the letter because of what if my job would end or if I got laid off . I just started the job in september. I guess its there company policy, :bonk: Is it ok its just shows hourly wage on the letter proving im making over the poverty line ?? I get paid BI-weekly also . What would you suggest on how many paycheck stubs to bring to the interview ?? Your thoughts greatly appreciated

.......@johnny 3monthly pay stub maybe good,3years tax return will fine..they will just take the 2008 and 2009...Employment same as a usual letter that indicating that your still in the company at the period of filling k1..dont worry everything will be fine...your wife willbe here soon...


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