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I'm getting my material together for my I-134. I make more then 125%, have a letter from work, 3 months worth of pay stubs, 3yrs of tax transcripts and copies of last years taxes and W-2's Do I still need a letter from my bank? I was hopeing to go on income as I don't have alot in savings or own real estate.

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5-11-08 1st meeting, 4 days

7-01-08 Engaged

4-08-09 2nd meeting, 16 days

12-16-09 3rd meeting, 15 days

3-18-10 Mailed I-129F to CSC

3-22-10 Received confirmed

3-22-10 NAO1

3-23-10 Check Cashed

3-24-10 Touched

3-29-10 NAO1 Hard copy received

5-11-10 NAO2 Received email and text


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3-18-10 Mailed I-129F to CSC
3-22-10 NAO1
5-12-10 NOA2 Sent to NVC
6-11.10 Called USEM and scheduled interview appointment
7-08-09 Physical at St Lukes-Passed
7-29-10 Interview in Manila-RFE
8-16-10 Submitted requested documents
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11-15-10 Mailed AOS application to Chicago LockBox
11-17-10 Received by USCIS
11-23-10 NOA1 issued for AOS,EAD & AP
11-30-10 NOA1 hard copies received
12-18-10 Biometrics Appt. letter received
01-06-11 Biometrics in Denver, CO
01-27-11 EAD and AP approved
01-29-11 Received AP papers
02-03-11 Received EAD card
03-29-11 AOS Approved
04-07-11 Received Green Card

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01-16-13 Mailed I-751 petition to CSC
01-23-13 Package signed for at CSC
01-23-13 NOA1
01-25-13 Check cashed
02-26-13 Biometrics

06-12-13 Approved with no RFE or interview

06-22-13 Received Green Card

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If you meet or exceed the 125% of the Poverty Level for your household size you will not need a bank letter. Most people cannot even get a bank letter so just skip it. If you wanted to show assets, it is easier to use 12 months of bank statements than getting the bank letter.

I like you are providing a great deal of evidence to support your claims of income. Three years of taxes and three to six months pay stubs is very good. You should have no problem.


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Thank you for the information.

3-30-08 Met on Cherry Blossom

4-09-08 Decided to meet in person

5-11-08 1st meeting, 4 days

7-01-08 Engaged

4-08-09 2nd meeting, 16 days

12-16-09 3rd meeting, 15 days

3-18-10 Mailed I-129F to CSC

3-22-10 Received confirmed

3-22-10 NAO1

3-23-10 Check Cashed

3-24-10 Touched

3-29-10 NAO1 Hard copy received

5-11-10 NAO2 Received email and text


K-1 JOURNEY
3-18-10 Mailed I-129F to CSC
3-22-10 NAO1
5-12-10 NOA2 Sent to NVC
6-11.10 Called USEM and scheduled interview appointment
7-08-09 Physical at St Lukes-Passed
7-29-10 Interview in Manila-RFE
8-16-10 Submitted requested documents
8-20-10 VISA Approved
8-24-10 VISA delivered by Air21
9-24-10 POE Guam
9-27-10 Married

AOS JOURNEY
11-15-10 Mailed AOS application to Chicago LockBox
11-17-10 Received by USCIS
11-23-10 NOA1 issued for AOS,EAD & AP
11-30-10 NOA1 hard copies received
12-18-10 Biometrics Appt. letter received
01-06-11 Biometrics in Denver, CO
01-27-11 EAD and AP approved
01-29-11 Received AP papers
02-03-11 Received EAD card
03-29-11 AOS Approved
04-07-11 Received Green Card

ROC JOURNEY
01-16-13 Mailed I-751 petition to CSC
01-23-13 Package signed for at CSC
01-23-13 NOA1
01-25-13 Check cashed
02-26-13 Biometrics

06-12-13 Approved with no RFE or interview

06-22-13 Received Green Card

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