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Hi everyone, my fiance and I are still waiting for NOA2, but looking at getting things together for the I-134. Does London accept just tax returns or W2s from the last 3 years or do I need more than that? I've seen people getting letters from their bank or employer and I didn't think that was necessary if income was enough?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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I went for my interview yesterday, they asked for the w2 and 1040's, but take as much as you can, just be prepared they can ask you for anything.


I-129F SENT: 07/02/2010

I-129F NOA1: 07/12/2010

I-129F NOA2: 11/18/2010

NVC RECEIVED: 11/26/2010

NVC LEFT: 11/26/2010

CONSULATE RECEIVED: 12/04/2010

PACKET 3 SENT: 12/08/2010

APPROVED: 01/28/2011

VISA IN HAND 03/02/2011

P.O.E 07/02/2011

MARRIED 05/03/2011

AOS SENT 02/04/2011

AOS RECEIVED 05/04/2011

NOA RECEIVED 29/04/2011

BIOMETRICS 23/05/2011

EAD APPROVED 01/06/2011

INTERVIEW 07/07/2011

AOS APPROVED 07/07/2011

WELCOME LETTER 07/11/2011

I-751 04/07/2013

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Hi everyone, my fiance and I are still waiting for NOA2, but looking at getting things together for the I-134. Does London accept just tax returns or W2s from the last 3 years or do I need more than that? I've seen people getting letters from their bank or employer and I didn't think that was necessary if income was enough?

W2s and tax returns are not either/or. A complete tax return might be as simple as a form 1040 and one W2, or it could be Form 1040, Schedule A, Schedule D, three W2s and a 1099-R. Whatever you are required to send in to the IRS if mailing, is considered your complete tax return, no matter how many pages. So that's a bunch of papers that equals ONE proof of income. One year's tax return, not three is adequate.

Tax transcripts are summaries of your whole tax return provided free by the IRS. They can't be faked because it's a copy/summary of your whole tax return picture, basically certified by the IRS because it's issued by them. That's why you don't have to include any 1040, Schedules, W2s or 1099s if you send a transcript. They are free from the IRS. Transcripts take the place of sending a complete tax return.

London generally likes two proofs of income. So a second proof could be a letter from employer or photocopies of recent pay stubs. If you're not employed but have a lot of money in investments, then statements from banks or brokers could show all those assets.

I would suggest one tax return and one additional proof.

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England.gifENGLAND ---

K-1 Timeline 4 months, 19 days 03-10-08 VSC to 7-29-08 Interview London

10-05-08 Married

AOS Timeline 5 months, 14 days 10-9-08 to 3-23-09 No interview

Removing Conditions Timeline 5 months, 20 days12-27-10 to 06-10-11 No interview

Citizenship Timeline 3 months, 26 days 12-31-11 Dallas to 4-26-12 Interview Houston

05-16-12 Oath ceremony

The journey from Fiancé to US citizenship:

4 years, 2 months, 6 days

243 pages of forms/documents submitted

No RFEs

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Scotland
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I did the whole nine yards on the financial statements. I gave them tax transcripts, copies of my paycheck stubs for 6 months, a letter from my employer....you name it.

I have said it many times over. If your evidence is GOOD evidence that won't raise questions, and it's not a hassle for you, then give it to them. I don't think immigration paperwork is the time to save trees. ;)


"You don't marry someone you can live with, you marry the person you can't live without."

Mailed K-1 on 2-6-10

USCIS received packet on 2-8-10

NOA 1: Received 2-16-10

NOA 2: Approved 4-29-10 (72 Days)

NVC Forwarded Petition to London- 5-6-10

NVC Letter Received: 5-7-1010

London Received Packet: 5-14-10

London Mailed Packet to Rob: 5-18-10

Packet 3 Received by Rob: 5-22-2010

Packet 3 paperwork mailed to Rob 6-12-10

Medical- July 8, 2010

Everything mailed to Embassy 7-19-10

Interview Date: 9-14-10- Approved pending non-machine washed replacement passport.

Entry to US- 10-6-10 POE- Newark

Wedding- 10-23-10

AOS

Mailed AOS paperwork to the Chicago lockbox 1-7-11

Delivery Notification 1-10-11

Text stating application was received 1-20-11

Check Cashed 1-21-11

NOA 1 received 1-22-11

Biometrics letter received 1-29--11

Biometrics appointment 2-24-11

Received notice- I-485 has been transferred to the California Service Center 2-9-11.

3-11-11 - EAD production ordered

3-19-11- EAD Received

3-31-2011- AOS approved without interview

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