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im so happy right now because my k1 is on the way to the embassy but i was reading that i need to have a letter from my place of employment which is no big deal and a letter from the bank and i read some where that one or both need to be notirized does anybody know which one it is also where can we find the poverty level cause i dont think i make enough but i will have a co spounser can anyone help me with this

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i was reading that i need to have a letter from my place of employment which is no big deal and a letter from the bank and i read some where that one or both need to be notirized does anybody know which one it is

Letter from employer is optional (not every emplopyer will issue them). Niether need to be notarized - can't think of much of anything that needs to be notarized.

2009_Federal_Poverty_Guideline~1.jpgFederal Poverty Guidelines (Hawaii & Alaska not shown). Must meet the 125% minimum for your household size unless active duty military (which would be 100%). 2009's still in effect (no 2010 numbers posted yet).

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im so happy right now because my k1 is on the way to the embassy but i was reading that i need to have a letter from my place of employment which is no big deal and a letter from the bank and i read some where that one or both need to be notirized does anybody know which one it is also where can we find the poverty level cause i dont think i make enough but i will have a co spounser can anyone help me with this

As far as my experience goes, my letter of employment was on company stationary

and signed by the HR officer but was NOT notarized and there was no problem with that.

To confirm it's authenticity all they have to do is call up the HR officer if there are any doubts.


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As far as my experience goes, my letter of employment was on company stationary

and signed by the HR officer but was NOT notarized and there was no problem with that.

To confirm it's authenticity all they have to do is call up the HR officer if there are any doubts.

Right, no need for notarizing but employer letters need to be on company letterhead. No need for an employer letter unless the income qualifies.


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Your bank letter will also be on bank stationery with the bank's logo - so you should be fine with that.

My bank said they issue Reference Letters and Immigration Letters. The main difference is that they ask you which US Department to make the Immigration Letter out to and also what the name of the person is you are sponsoring.

They will print both items onto the Immigration Letter - other than that the bank letter is nothing fancy.


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hi

I just did my interview at the london embassy and got approved! I had read on the embassy website about evidence of support needing notarised. This is out of date information. My fiancee in the usa (I'm moving there) supplied a letter from her employer which was on company stationary, and tax returns which she had printed off from turbo tax, which she uses to file online. This was sufficient. Nothing needs notaised now as the form i-134 (affidavit of support) is a legally binding form that the sponsor signs. This suffices and notarising is no longer required. A bank letter and employer letter will be fine.

Don't sweat :) You'll be just fine.

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