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I-134: How much evidence needed from a wealthy co-sponsor

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My parents are co-sponsoring us for the I-134. They are wealthy and understandably aren't too keen on providing more info on their finances than is necessary.

They are willing to submit, say, one of the requested documents from the I-134 instructuions (a tax return or bank statement, for instance). They will also write a letter saying they will provide more information if need be.

Sure, all my parents have to prove is that if we fall on hard times, they will be able to support us — and they would be more than able to (but I'm sure won't have to). Thus, one tax return is probably all they need, but under-compensating on the I-134, with everything we've read, makes me very uneasy.

Any thoughts from people in similar situations would be appreciated.

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My parents are co-sponsoring us for the I-134. They are wealthy and understandably aren't too keen on providing more info on their finances than is necessary.

They are willing to submit, say, one of the requested documents from the I-134 instructuions (a tax return or bank statement, for instance). They will also write a letter saying they will provide more information if need be.

Sure, all my parents have to prove is that if we fall on hard times, they will be able to support us — and they would be more than able to (but I'm sure won't have to). Thus, one tax return is probably all they need, but under-compensating on the I-134, with everything we've read, makes me very uneasy.

Any thoughts from people in similar situations would be appreciated.

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First, it will be one parent that acts as co-sponsor, not both. If you pick the one with W2 income that is sufficient, they can simply leave all asset related questions blank on the I-134. One complete tax return is usually sufficient but by complete, that means everything, including W2 forms. The sponsor states only their individual income.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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They will also write a letter saying they will provide more information if need be. this is totally useless. The I-134 is evaluated at the Embassy, on interview day. Think about it- if there's NOT enough info on interview day, then yer gonna get either a DENIAL

or a 221(g) request for more 'stuff', and that takes anywhere from 1 to 4 months for the turnaround.


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