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I just have a quick question- I have an affidavit of support all ready to go, but it was assembled entirely between July 2010 and August 2010. I was told that my fiance would need the affidavit at the time of his interview in his country, but they didn't even ask him for it. So, this time around with the AOS, they need the affidavit packet. Can I still use the employment letter and Bank letter? A year hasn't even passed and nothing has changed since then. As long as I have updated bank statements and updated cover letters, ect, is that alright?

Thank you so very much in advance!!


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I recycled most of the documents used with our I-134 when adjusting status.

Note bank letter is not required for I-864, it is used as an asset.

Since my income was more than enough I did not use any asset data.

I used I-864EZ when adjusting status, attached past 3 years simple IRS transcripts, copies of past 6 months pay stubs up to close to date of AOS filing, and the employer letter that we used for K-1 I-134


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I just have a quick question- I have an affidavit of support all ready to go, but it was assembled entirely between July 2010 and August 2010. I was told that my fiance would need the affidavit at the time of his interview in his country, but they didn't even ask him for it. So, this time around with the AOS, they need the affidavit packet. Can I still use the employment letter and Bank letter? A year hasn't even passed and nothing has changed since then. As long as I have updated bank statements and updated cover letters, ectetc, is that alright?

Thank you so very much in advance!!

As stated the employment letter and bank letter are not required with the I-864. If they were needed again then yes, you would need new ones, at least the employment letter. As the bank letter is designed to show the amount of money deposited in your account in the last year, it being done 4, almost 5 months ago doesn't show the most recent year.

You could have been fired between now and July-Aug 2010 so a new employer letter is needed to. Also because your income may be more or less now.. 5 months IS a long time. A month is acceptable, maybe even 2.. but I wouldn't waste my time with 5 because in my opinion the risk of RFE for more recent ones is too high. YOU know nothing has changed, but they don't.

If it's your tax returns, or IRS transcripts then no problem 'cause it's unlikely those would have changed. I understand the draw of just using what you have, but it's just too important in my opinion to try and find "shortcuts".

**Edit - There's an AOS thread in my signature that has the list of required docs for AOS in it. It should help you.

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I used I-864EZ when adjusting status,..

QN.. how did you as a K1 use the EZ? It says you need to have filed an I-130 and you didn't.. just curious.. have the rules changed since you filed it? Here's the form http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864ez.pdf first page says "who may file this" and that ALL of the conditions need to apply.. the first one being the filing of an I-130.

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QN.. how did you as a K1 use the EZ? It says you need to have filed an I-130 and you didn't.. just curious.. have the rules changed since you filed it? Here's the form http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864ez.pdf first page says "who may file this" and that ALL of the conditions need to apply.. the first one being the filing of an I-130.

K-1 AOS is based on the K-1 visa, NO I-130 is filed when adjusting status.

AOS can use I-864EZ when adjusting status.

If you can check all three questions "YES" in part 1 of the form you can use it when adjusting status.

The section in the forms instruction says I-130, but it also applies to I-129F for fiancee visa.


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

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Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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K-1 AOS is based on the K-1 visa, NO I-130 is filed when adjusting status.

An I-130 is required for a K1 if you wait more than 2 years before filing AOS, other than that yes, I know that no I-130 is required. I was just wondered how, if no I-130 is required you filed the I-130EZ. Now I know. Thanks.

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