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Hi all, I have been reading so many threads going back as far as a few years regarding exactly what should one have when it comes to bank statements. It's a 50/50 split it seems for what people took with them on their interview. Since I am going through the embassy in Casablanca, Morocco and we all know they can be tough on people who are not prepared, I just want to make sure I have everything in order for my fiance when he arrives for his interview.

Here is what I have seen so far:

Statement from officer of the bank where you have deposits on letterhead.

Date account opened

Total amount of last years average and total deposits.

Present balance

Now the big question is....many have said, that they had to have a year's worth of statementsblink.gif is that also something that is needed? That just seems to be an awful lot of paperwork printed off just to see what one is spending.

So if I have missed anything that I may possible need, I would appreciate your help. I am going to bank this afternoon and try to sort through all this.

I do most of my banking online and wondered if I could print any of this from my computer.

Thanks all and have a lovely day.

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Hi all, I have been reading so many threads going back as far as a few years regarding exactly what should one have when it comes to bank statements. It's a 50/50 split it seems for what people took with them on their interview. Since I am going through the embassy in Casablanca, Morocco and we all know they can be tough on people who are not prepared, I just want to make sure I have everything in order for my fiance when he arrives for his interview.

Here is what I have seen so far:

Statement from officer of the bank where you have deposits on letterhead.

Date account opened

Total amount of last years average and total deposits.

Present balance

Now the big question is....many have said, that they had to have a year's worth of statementsblink.gif is that also something that is needed? That just seems to be an awful lot of paperwork printed off just to see what one is spending.

So if I have missed anything that I may possible need, I would appreciate your help. I am going to bank this afternoon and try to sort through all this.

I do most of my banking online and wondered if I could print any of this from my computer.

Thanks all and have a lovely day.

I don't think statements are necessary. We didn't have them for the interview. My husband took last 3 years of my tax returns, and my most recent pay stub. I don't even think he was asked about money. But, as it is Casa, other people may have had different experiences. They can't in theory deny you for not having bank statements. If they want them, they can ask for them. But, I've not heard of Casa asking for them.

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We were not asked for bank statements however I printed the last 3 months before the interview and had a letter from my bank.


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06/2009 - Filed k1 (2nd time)

09/2009 - NOA 2 approved

12/2009 - Interview (2nd time) APPROVED! VISA ISSUED

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5/3/2010-Received ASC appointment notice(mailed 4/29/2010)14th day

5/7/2010-Walk-in Biometrics done(2 weeks earlier)18th day

5/13/2010-Case transferred to CSC

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I didn't print out any bank statements or letters from my bank.

I did have the most recent income tax return and the last 6 paystubs from my work though. This was through the embassy in Cairo though.:innocent:


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Oh silly me,headbonk.gif I forgot to mention that I was using the I-864 form for additional assets. This would require me to send my bank information. Sorry, so if you had to use the form I guess is what I was trying to figure out.

My fault.... Thou thanks for the replys...

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