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Hello everyone!

NOA2 arrived today (arrived at fiance's house) And currently he is trying to complete all the documents/letters/certification needed to comply with requirements for the K1 visa petitioner and before he send the I129F to me here in the Philippines. Now as per the I-134 which is the financial support,my fiance is making $110,000 per year as a Boat Captain, plus 20,000 earnings from property. So last year he made over all of $130,000 which we believe is way above poverty line.

Now my question is..will the (1.)Letter of Employment together with (2.)pay stab/check, and (3.)taxes be enough and sufficient supporting documents for the I-134 of my fiance? Or should my fiance also include all documents for his declared property like houses?

My fiance dilemma is time cos he has really limited when goes home. So we would really appreciate your help and enlightenment regarding with this matter.

Thank you so much in advance! Have a great day every one!

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