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Hi Vj'ers!

On the letter from Employer...Would it really matter if the annual salary was not listed???

The date he started, his job position stating it's a full time job in good standing, hourly wage, how many hours he works in a week and all is listed on a company letterhead also signed by someone in the office and his supervisor.

I will have all his pay stubs from last year and this year stating what his yearly income is to this date, Plus I'll have his tax returns from last year with his W-2's plus a letter from the bank.

I'm guessing this should be clearly enough...It's just bugging me they didn't put a annual salary down on paper ;-/, but if they do the math and see all the other evidence we have, it proves he makes enough.

Do you think we should get a new one written up with a estimate of his annual salary for this year.. or the one we have now should be fine???

Thanks for your Thoughts... :)


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What is the letter from the employer in regards to? Proof of ties while visiting or confirming financial support requirements?

Sorry, I forgot to add this is for the interview at Montreal for the K-1 visa for evidence of support.


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I think that should be fine. Bill's letter didn't have his annual salary on it either, for no other reason then we never thought to include it. It wasn't an issue at the interview.

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Just to echo Huggles' comment, my then-fiance's letter also did not include his annual salary, simply his hourly wage, full-time status, us. All of which you mentioned. The tax transcripts/reports backed that math up as well.


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It should be fine, they should be intelligent enough to figure out what full time at X amount is.

We hope! =)

If they have any questions I'm sure they would either contact you OR the employer and ask questions.


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That will be fine!! My fiancé's employement letter was saying:

His position;

That he's full-time

his salary/hour

It was not saying how many hours he works and neither how much he earns a year. And i was approved without any problems at the interview!! :)


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Our letter of employment only stated the petitioners name, job title and employer. It didn't mention salary nor full/part time, but this was a US Army letter so I think we got more leway with it. @@


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Should be fine, bring your irs transcripts etc, it will just back it up. if they really want to they can calcuate his yearly salary from the hourly in the letter.


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