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Hello everyone!

My fiancée (U.S. citizen) is preparing the Affidavit of Support (I-134) for my K-1 interview in Romania… We read in official instructions for I-134 form that you need to provide a bank letter of your deposits… We have a trouble getting a letter of deposits from the bank (I know we still need to get a bank letter to say when he opened the account and current bank account anyway) but we thought of providing paystubs instead of this “bank letter of deposits” (especially that when he gets paid the money goes straight to his bank account, so basically pay stubs are the same thing as deposits, do I understand correctly?). Now how do we provide copies of paystubs if the money goes straight to the account and there are no paychecks for him to pick up? We are confused. Your advice is very much appreciated. Thanks, friends!

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Don't worry about a letter from the bank.

You can provide bank statements and that would be fine.

He should send a Letter of Employment from his employer stating his income, how long employed, position, status of employment, etc..

Copies of bank statements

Copies of tax returns (all forms, schedules and w2's) OR IRS tax transcripts (how many years you send is up to you - some do 1, 2, 3 years). (I sent most recent two years).

If he does not have paystubs and the bank statement shows the regular deposits from the employer that should be fine.

(I have direct deposit but I still get a "pay stub" - not all employers do it the same way.


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Moving thread to:

US Embassy and Consulate Discussion

You are almost there and now you have to deal with the embassy. This is the place to post your experiences or questions related to this last step before moving to the US. Topics relating to I-134's, packets sent from consulate and medical & police certificates should be posted here.


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Don't worry about a letter from the bank.

You can provide bank statements and that would be fine.

He should send a Letter of Employment from his employer stating his income, how long employed, position, status of employment, etc..

Copies of bank statements

Copies of tax returns (all forms, schedules and w2's) OR IRS tax transcripts (how many years you send is up to you - some do 1, 2, 3 years). (I sent most recent two years).

If he does not have paystubs and the bank statement shows the regular deposits from the employer that should be fine.

(I have direct deposit but I still get a "pay stub" - not all employers do it the same way.

Thanks a lot!

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