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Hello,

My fiance received a letter today stating that in about a week our petition will be forwarded to the place where the interview will take place. It also says that we should “soon receive a packet with instructions from the consular section on how to apply for the K1 visa at that post and what documents will be required.

Now my fiance is preparing the documents to send to me so that I can start getting ready for the arrival of package 3 and, consequently, for the interview. Luckily, I have already got the copy of I 120f, now I want to make sure he sends everything that I will need. I have a few questions and would really appreciate any useful information :)

1. I-I34 evidence of support; do we need to file it or is it necessary only to be presented during the interview ?

2. He will send me documents confirming his new job and salary. He will also send me copies of previous tax statements and and pay stubs.

But I read somewhere that we might also need letter from a bank stating average balance and 3 or more months of banks record ? Is it really necessary ? I know in the form he needs to mention how much money he disposes at his bank accounts but do we really need supporting evidence ?

Thank you !

Best regards,

Bimik

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Check the Canada wiki

It has samples of the packet 3 letter you will get from the consulate. (Which consulate are you going to Montreal or Vancouver? They have different ways of doing things.)

This link talks about the I-134

There are lots of K-1 people here in the Canada forum. Have fun getting ready for the next step.

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Hello,

My fiance received a letter today stating that in about a week our petition will be forwarded to the place where the interview will take place. It also says that we should "soon receive a packet with instructions from the consular section on how to apply for the K1 visa at that post and what documents will be required.

Now my fiance is preparing the documents to send to me so that I can start getting ready for the arrival of package 3 and, consequently, for the interview. Luckily, I have already got the copy of I 120f, now I want to make sure he sends everything that I will need. I have a few questions and would really appreciate any useful information smile.gif

1. I-I34 evidence of support; do we need to file it or is it necessary only to be presented during the interview ?

Depends on the embassy - however, most want you to send it in with the other paperwork.

2. He will send me documents confirming his new job and salary. He will also send me copies of previous tax statements and and pay stubs.

Ensure he includes W-2s and 1099s as appropriate to go with the tax returns, or better yet, get transcripts. (again, check with the embassy, they may have other requirements)

But I read somewhere that we might also need letter from a bank stating average balance and 3 or more months of banks record ? Is it really necessary ? I know in the form he needs to mention how much money he disposes at his bank accounts but do we really need supporting evidence ?

Only if you are using assets to cover the income level, if his income level by working is sufficient, you usually do not need this.

Thank you !

Best regards,

Bimik


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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We filed our I12f in California. I will go to interview at US Embassy in Armenia.

Thank you very much for the information ! It was very useful :)

Best regards,

Bimik

Well glad the material was useful. I thought you were Canadian.

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