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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Italy
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When preparing my Job verification Letter for i-134, who do we address it to? Can I just have "to whom it may concern"? or the consulate's name and address?

Thank you in advance for all your reponses

The verification of employment letter should be something like: RE: Verification of Employment - [name of the employee]

Then it should have "To whom it may concern: The purpose of this letter is to verify that _____ is an active, full time employee of ______. The position held by _____ is ______ (ex: electrical engineer) with an annual salary of $____.

Dates of employment are _____ to present; and the probability of continued employment is ____(good/bad...)". This is what the verification of employment should contain.

You don't need to address it to the consular officer or something. It should be used to support I-134, together with the bank statement, recent pay stubs and income tax returns for the last 3 years(1040s and W-2s).

Hope this helps!

Edited by Sunshine13

27 NOV 2019 - I-129F mailed to Dallas, TX Lockbox

02 DEC 2019 - NOA1

23 MAR 2020 - NOA2

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India
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The verification of employment letter should be something like: RE: Verification of Employment - [name of the employee]

Then it should have "To whom it may concern: The purpose of this letter is to verify that _____ is an active, full time employee of ______. The position held by _____ is ______ (ex: electrical engineer) with an annual salary of $____.

Dates of employment are _____ to present; and the probability of continued employment is ____(good/bad...)". This is what the verification of employment should contain.

You don't need to address it to the consular officer or something. It should be used to support I-134, together with the bank statement, recent pay stubs and income tax returns for the last 3 years(1040s and W-2s).

Hope this helps!

Thank you it is helpful

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The I-134 only requires 1 year of tax returns, unless your embassy/consulate requires more.


Angela & Peter

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K-1 Process (Condensed)

02/01/10: Took atty's bad advice and applied for B2 visa

02/16/10: B2 Visa Interview: DENIED - K1 Required

05/07/10: Atty sent I-129F Petition to Chicago Lockbox

05/31/10: Atty rec'd Petition back due to wrong location

06/01/10: I-129F pkg sent to VSC

06/11/10: NOA1 Rec'd/Touch

09/17/10: INTERVIEW = APPROVED

10/22/10: Marriage in the US

AOS Process

11/13/10: Mailed Packet to CHI Lockbox

11/18/10: NOA1 Rec'd via Text

11/20/10: Soc. Sec. fixed mistake/Processed SSN

11/23/10: Rec'd SSN

11/23/10: Touch

12/09/10: RFE - Supposedly didn't sign I-864 when I KNOW I did. (Copies to prove it.)

12/20/10: Biometrics Appt

12/20/10: RFE Response Rec'd/Processing Resumed

12/27/10: Transferred to CSC

12/29/10: Contacted Senator re: EAD Expedite Request

12/30/10: AOS Touch

12/30/10: EAD & AP Approved (Card Production Ordered)

01/05/11: AOS Touch (Rec'd @ CSC)

01/06/11: AOS Touch/EAD Mailed

01/08/11: EAD & AP Rec'd

01/10/11: AOS Touch

01/14/11: EAD Touch

01/26/11: AOS APPROVED!!

02/02/11: Green Card Received

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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moving to:

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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