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I-864 and I-864A supporting docs

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Hi everyone,

I know there has already been a lot written about the I-864 procedure, but I just can't seem to find anything specific to answer my questions regarding the I-864 packet. Are just the IRS tax transcripts enough to send with the packet to the NVC? A little about my case: I am filing an I-864 and having my mother file the I-864A as my joint sponsor. I plan to include the IRS transcripts from the last 3 years (mine and my mother's) that I have already received and am not sure if I should include bank statements as well. I'm currently unemployed and will only include bank statments of my mother's if need be, but if I do, how far back should they date?

If anyone can clear this up for me, I would greatly appreciate it!

Thank you!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India

Here is what LingChe's shortcut says:

When status of the AOS shows as PAID (online): Print the barcode and include it in your AOS package which are:

BARCODED Cover Sheet (to be printed from web when your status is PAID online for AOS bill)

Your OWN cover sheet listing what documents are in the package, so they're easy for the reviewer to locate

Completed I-864 signed

Original Employment Letter

Most recent tax return (all forms)

Copy of PAY STUBS for current year (showing how much money you have made year to date)

Last 3 years Tax transcripts, W-2 and/or 1099 (any source of income) OPTIONAL

SPONSOR: I-864 + all above documents for sponsor. Each sponsor that lives in the same household as the petitioner, should use I-864a, instead of I-864

Make 2 extra copies of this package. Send 1 copy to the beneficiary

Link: http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/LingChe_NVC_ShortCut#10._Send_in_I-864_AOS_Package_to_NVC


10/04/2010: Case# received, Both email id provided

10/05/2010: DS-3032 COA emailed to NVC

10/11/2010: IIN received

10/11/2010: AOS review fee ($88) online payment - IN PROCESS

10/14/2010: AOS status 'PAID'

10/16/2010: DS-230 IV fee ($404) online payment - IN PROCESS

10/19/2010: DS-230 IV status 'PAID'

10/20/2010: AOS & DS-230 IV package sent

10/22/2010: AOS & DS-230 IV package delivered. Signed by: J Desmond.

11/10/2010: SIF!!!

11/14/2010: received checklist for missing passport office PCC.

11/10/2010: NVC Completion

12/09/2010: NVC Forwards Case to Consulate


11/22/2010: Passport Office PCC to be in hand

12/22/2010: Medical Completed

12/28/2011: VFS Office Visit - Submit all required documents

01/10/2011: Interview Date - APPROVED

j1/11/2011: Passport arrived at home.

01/25/2011: Wife Comes to USA (POE: Newark, NJ)



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