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Hello All,

I have a question I just finished my college but working full time now. so my question is that since i didn't work last year i don't have any income to show so do i have to send my tax paper or should i sent my pay stub from my work now.

Also I m little confuse with I-34 and 864 forum which one do i have to use.

Also can somebody who already been to the interview tell me what paper did they took with them.

Please reply soon. Thanks

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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I-134

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US Embassy and Consulate Discussion

This is the place to post your experiences or questions related to this last step before moving to the US. Topics relating to I-134's, packets sent from consulate and medical & police certificates should be posted here


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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Hello All,

I have a question I just finished my college but working full time now. so my question is that since i didn't work last year i don't have any income to show so do i have to send my tax paper or should i sent my pay stub from my work now.

Also I m little confuse with I-34 and 864 forum which one do i have to use.

Also can somebody who already been to the interview tell me what paper did they took with them.

Please reply soon. Thanks

You are a K-1 visa so use the I-134.

You need to send at least one year's tax form but they might want up to three years depending on the consulate and employment circumstances such as self-employed. If you have not filed taxes, prepare and submit a letter explaining why you did not file taxes.

Submit 2 or 3 months of pay stubs hopefully showing your year to date earnings and allowing them to calculate your yearly salary. A letter from your employer might be helpful. I used one but not as useful as pay stubs. The letter should include company contact, date of hire, position, salary, full-time or part-time and anything else that might be helpful on a company letterhead.

Good luck.


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