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Happy New Year to everyone. We're almost at the end of our journey and just preparing the required documents for our scheduled interview. The question is for the I-134 form. My income is no problem and I meet the 125% over the poverty income level. And I have the past 2 income tax return and 6 paystubs and employment letter to support it. However, I also filled out the real estate section if I own any real estate but I forgot to send any proof. The question is would this go against me during the interview, or should I fill another I-134 form leaving the real estate value section blank and overnight the new filled i-134 to my fiancee? Or is it sufficient enough to just present the first filled out form that i did? Please advise.

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Happy New Year to everyone. We're almost at the end of our journey and just preparing the required documents for our scheduled interview. The question is for the I-134 form. My income is no problem and I meet the 125% over the poverty income level. And I have the past 2 income tax return and 6 paystubs and employment letter to support it. However, I also filled out the real estate section if I own any real estate but I forgot to send any proof. The question is would this go against me during the interview, or should I fill another I-134 form leaving the real estate value section blank and overnight the new filled i-134 to my fiancee? Or is it sufficient enough to just present the first filled out form that i did? Please advise.

Thank you.

Either will be fine. I would have left the asset section blank but if your income significantly more than required, they'll probably just overlook the asset section.


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Either will be fine. I would have left the asset section blank but if your income significantly more than required, they'll probably just overlook the asset section.

Thank you pushbrk. I remember you advising me to leave the section blank, but I've already sent the form to my fiancee. Ever since then, it just kinda stayed in the back of my head if it will pose a problem. This is a relief. Thank you for your good help.


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07/08/2010: I129F mailed via USPS

07/09/2010: CSC Received I129F

07/16/2010: NOA1 Notice Date

07/22/2010: NOA1 Hardcopy Received/Touched

12/04/2010: NOA2 Hardcopy Received

12/06/2010: Case forwarded to US Embassy in Manila/ Received MNL case#

12/29/2010: First day of Medical Exam at St. Luke's Medical

01/07/2011: Visa Interview Scheduled/Visa approved!

01/21/2011: K1 VISA delivered and on hand on at 11:00AM!

01/24/2011: CFO Seminar completed!

02/15/2011: POE LAX!

03/26/2011: Finally Wedding!

AOS JOURNEY

05/09/2011: AOS, AP, and EAD mailed via USPS Express Mail

05/10/2011: Delivered and Received at 10:13 AM. Signed by S B.

05/18/2011: Check Cashed

05/23/2011: NOA1 for AOS, EAD, and AP Received

07/12/2011: EAD, and AP Received in Mail

09/22/2011: AOS Interview Date. Passed w/ flying colors.

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Either will be fine. I would have left the asset section blank but if your income significantly more than required, they'll probably just overlook the asset section.

pushbrk, you always have good advice, I agree with you. Just had my interview yesterday (Manila) and all they seemed concerned with was the gross income.

Everything else I provided, they didn't even look at and just handed back.

They didn't even look at our pictures.


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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.


YMMV

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