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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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In my preparation for sending in the fiance visa application I have been informed that I need to ask my bank for a statement. I am told that it often takes awhile to receive and sometimes cost money so apparently it is not your run-of-the-mill bank statement. Is there any specific name or type of bank statement I should request when trying to obtain a bank statement relevant to the fiance visa procedure? I would appreciate any information on this aspect of the process. Thanks.

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In my preparation for sending in the fiance visa application I have been informed that I need to ask my bank for a statement. I am told that it often takes awhile to receive and sometimes cost money so apparently it is not your run-of-the-mill bank statement. Is there any specific name or type of bank statement I should request when trying to obtain a bank statement relevant to the fiance visa procedure? I would appreciate any information on this aspect of the process. Thanks.

Read the I-134 instructions.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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In general, if you document your current income as 125% of the poverty level for your household size, then the bank statement isn't needed or considered. Many people have trouble getting this from their banks anyway.

If you are at or above the 125% then you might want to provide:

Three years tax returns with W-2s, 1099s OR Tax Transcripts

Current pay stubs for three to six months

And a letter stating your employment, start date, full-time/part-time, salary, company name, job title etc... can be added but is not as useful as documenting current income with pay stubs.

Good luck


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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In general, if you document your current income as 125% of the poverty level for your household size, then the bank statement isn't needed or considered. Many people have trouble getting this from their banks anyway.

If you are at or above the 125% then you might want to provide:

Three years tax returns with W-2s, 1099s OR Tax Transcripts

Current pay stubs for three to six months

And a letter stating your employment, start date, full-time/part-time, salary, company name, job title etc... can be added but is not as useful as documenting current income with pay stubs.

Good luck

Yep, I agree with Audy. If you make north of 125%, no need for the bank letter. The embassy is mostly concerned with your INCOME. It is not mandatory, but I just sent a copy of my latest bank statement to show 1. I have an account and 2. regular deposits from my employer. I did all that Audy said with no problems. I recommend IRS TRANSCRIPTS (free) and the employment letter.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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In my preparation for sending in the fiance visa application I have been informed that I need to ask my bank for a statement. I am told that it often takes awhile to receive and sometimes cost money so apparently it is not your run-of-the-mill bank statement. Is there any specific name or type of bank statement I should request when trying to obtain a bank statement relevant to the fiance visa procedure? I would appreciate any information on this aspect of the process. Thanks.

Most all here definitely is good info talked about above because it is good to give them more than they ask. However, I also suggest as mentioned above, read the I-134 instructions located here http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-134instr.pdf


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04/06/2010 I-129f Received

04/07/2010 NOA1

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09/1/2010 Interview Approved!!

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Georgia
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Audy is correct. I exceed the 125% requirement. I provided tax transcript for 2009, bank statement, employers letter and 2 months of pay stubs to my fiance. Embassy only asked for I-134 and tax transcript. If he hadn't had the transcript, they may have asked for other items but his embassy preferred the transcript. It is free and you can have it faxed to you instantly for free.


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01-20-10 filed I-129 F
05-25-10 Interview - APPROVED
06-18-10 POE - ATL

08-07-10 Married!
08-09-10 AOS/EAD mailed
08-11-10 AOS/EAD received
08-19-10 NOA1 for AOS & EAD
09-14-10 AOS Transfered to CSC
09-24-10 Contacted USCIS to request Biometrics Appt.
10-18-10 Biometrics appointment
10-21-10 EAD card in production
10-21-10 AOS approved!
10-30-10 Green card received

08-09-12 filed I-751
09-07-12 Biometrics appointment

04-01-13 ROC approved

05-25-13 Green card received

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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with Pam I didn't give her bank statements I just sent 3 paystubs, work letter, and copy of last 3 years tax forms


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I-129F

09-18-09 I-129F sent Fed-Ex

09-21-09 package was signed for at service center

09-23-06 touched

09-26-09 received NOA1

12-18-09 touched!!!!

12-19-09 got the approval email and text !!!!!

12-21-09 touched!!!!

12-23-09 touched!!!!

12-23-09 received NOA2

12-24-09 NVC received approval!!!!!

01-05-10 NVC told me under Additional Processing!!!!!

01-11-10 NVC sent to manila!!!!!

01-15-10 Manila received DHL

01-20-10 Set interview dates for 02-08-2010

01-25-10 Medical - PASSED!!THANK GOD..

02-08-10 Interview- PASSED!!!! PRAISE GOD..

02-11-10 Received VISA!!!!!GOD IS GREAT..

02-23-10 Bye Phil.Welcome USA!!!Be with me GOD

flight Hawaiin Air leaves 7:50pm arrives 11:59pm in Phoenix!!!!

02-23-10 ARRIVED @ PHOENIX...yepeyyyy........

04-16-10 OUR WEDDING....

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Filed: Other Country: China
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In my preparation for sending in the fiance visa application I have been informed that I need to ask my bank for a statement. I am told that it often takes awhile to receive and sometimes cost money so apparently it is not your run-of-the-mill bank statement. Is there any specific name or type of bank statement I should request when trying to obtain a bank statement relevant to the fiance visa procedure? I would appreciate any information on this aspect of the process. Thanks.

Also be aware that financial information is not sent with the I-129F petition package. It is usually carried to the interview. K1 visa applications are generally carried in too. Sounds like you're at the petition stage.


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