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Here is what Manilla says:

]EVIDENCE OF SUPPORT.[/b] You should be able to demonstrate that you will not become a public charge or be a burden on the U.S. taxpayers for financial support. A completed I-134 Affidavit of Support Form will be useful to the consular officer to evaluate your petitioner’s ability to be financially responsible for you. You should also submit your petitioner’s most recent U.S. Federal income tax return (Form 1040) and wage statements (Form W-2). Employment letters stating salaries and bank statements may be included to substantiate the I-134.
http://photos.state.gov/libraries/manila/19452/public/Revised%20K1%20Instruction%20Packet%20_3__rtf2_001.pdf

The consulate can demand to see this, and hold approval until it is provided.

I would send fiancee to this page: http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3224.html ( Have read interview instructions )


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To be sure just tell him to give you the tax returns, my pre-interviewer asked those docs from me. They will look at it first, if there's no problem with the income as reflected in the tax returns, they will not even bother to look at the pay stubs. It's better to work on it now than to be delayed later on. Good luck! :)

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To be sure just tell him to give you the tax returns, my pre-interviewer asked those docs from me. They will look at it first, if there's no problem with the income as reflected in the tax returns, they will not even bother to look at the pay stubs. It's better to work on it now than to be delayed later on. Good luck! :)

thank you.. im going to tell him about this.. thanks u so much for the info...

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