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What does petitioner need to send for packet 3?

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Filed: Country: Taiwan
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Hi everyone!

My fiance (beneficiary) lives in Taiwan and just got packet 3 with instructions about filling out more forms and sending it back.

I know I've got to get the I-134 filled out and sent back to her.

Just wanted to clarify what else I need to send. I'm above the 125% of the poverty line

- Paycheck stubs from the last few months?

- IRS tax transcript? http://www.irs.gov/i...=110571,00.html

- Last few years of W-2 forms?

- Letter from employer verifying full time employment?

- Letter of intent again?

Beneficiary sends completed Forms to U.S. Embassy. Besides the forms she has to fill out and send, will she send it the I-134 only or all the supporting documents mentioned above? I've read about bringing some to the interview later. Just want to know what to send and what to hold on to.

She said on the instructions they mentioned paying a fee when she sent the form back to the U.S. Embassy. Is that correct?

Thanks everyone for your time and help!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Netherlands
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; you have to send her a complete I-129f package (the one you sent when you first filed),

and also

* all original documents (hotel receipts, tickets+stamps and other additional documents you can use as proof) in the time between NOA1 & NOA2 (pictures, phone/chat logs)

* I-134

* Letter from Employer

* 3 to 6 recent pay stubs

* Tax returns/ W2's from the past 3 years

* other banking information (savings, assets)

* Letter from you why you desire your fiancee. Looks like letter of intent, and it also needs to be dated/signed.

And then you are good to go... I am in the same fase as you are :)

Anywhoooo, good luck and enjoy the rest of your journey!!

; btw, in the Netherlands (AMS) I only have to send in forms: DS-156k, DS-156 (2x), DS-230 part 1.

The affidit of support form (I-134) I have to bring it with me to the interview.


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