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Hello everyone,

I am looking to see if anyone has ran across somebody else in my situation. I am currently a graduate student in engineering. I worked as an engineer from 2008 to December of 2009. Unfortunately, about two months after I left my job I met a girl from the Philippines. I visited her in August and we talk every day.

Anyways, I really want to get her here (K1 Visa). I do work at an engineering firm, but I don't work full time. I just started this job a couple weeks ago, but I am projected to make enough to meet the financial obligation. The problem is, I did not work in 2010 since I was in school. My parents make really good money and they are willing to co-sponsor, but I know that the Philippines is reluctant to accept them. I am about to send the application in anyways, but I am not that confident it will work.

I need some advice!

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File a Zero return for 2010, the consulate can request a return to be attached to I-134.

I-134 is needed for visa interview not when filing I-129F.

It will be 7-9 months from filing I-129F to interview, so if your work all this time, then you should have enough evidence built up to show can provide support.

You should attach to I-134 for interview, past 3 years returns or better yet simple IRS transcripts, copies of 6 months or so pay stubs, and a letter from your employer..


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The income they will look at will be the 2011 income, your CURRENT, income. As Yu said, you wont have the interview for quite a few months after filing the petition which will be a generous amount of time for you to get a letter from employer and paystubs for the interview.


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Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

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