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Hey Morrocans....I-134 question,

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Has anyone or does anyone know of someone that filed for their Moroccan fiance(e) ever sent a I-134 affidavit to the Us consulate and passed the interview without sending their tax returns as proof of income? I have other proofs of income though.


Filed I129F: 03/4/2011

Received by USCIS: 3/8/2011

NOA:3/10/2011

NOA2:06/21/2011

Case# received from NVC: 07/1/2011.

got packet 3/4: Aug/4/2011

Interview: Sept 21st 2011

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The I-134 instructions don't say anything about copies of tax returns, but Since Morocco is a high fraud consulate, I would think that you won't get past the interview without them.


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'Sign in Fail' at the Online Payment Portal: 2011-5-2
Final Review Started at NVC: 2011-5-2
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Interview Date Set: 2011-5-5
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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Yea, i know most ppl that filed for their visa at the Moroccan consulate provided tax returns but i started my job this year and can not file for taxes as yet. I just wonder if they would deny it cause of that???

The I-134 instructions don't say anything about copies of tax returns, but Since Morocco is a high fraud consulate, I would think that you won't get past the interview without them.


Filed I129F: 03/4/2011

Received by USCIS: 3/8/2011

NOA:3/10/2011

NOA2:06/21/2011

Case# received from NVC: 07/1/2011.

got packet 3/4: Aug/4/2011

Interview: Sept 21st 2011

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Yea, i know most ppl that filed for their visa at the Moroccan consulate provided tax returns but i started my job this year and can not file for taxes as yet. I just wonder if they would deny it cause of that???

Make sure you copies of all pay stubs and a letter of employment from your company on letterhead when you started and have them state your income as well. This is what I had to do.

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Yea, i know most ppl that filed for their visa at the Moroccan consulate provided tax returns but i started my job this year and can not file for taxes as yet. I just wonder if they would deny it cause of that???

One other thing, when my fiance got there, just before interview they ask for these forms 864, etc., the lady looked at our I864 only at the tax part and said you will need a CO SPONSOR as she did not file taxes in her own name. What the heck, it didn't matter how I filed taxes as I did file but i filed married jointly with ex husband. She said this not acceptable and will not work. She said you will need to call her have them sent to us so go sit down and wait to be called.

During the interview, everything went fine, but the CO said it looks like you will need a co sponsor, my fiance said but my wife to be has all the assets, child support proof and part time job which put her over the guidelines. He said I don't have any of that information here. The CO called me for a personal interview over the phone and at the end, he too mentioned to me about a co sponsor, I explained to him in great detail, just how much assets and other proof of income we had and we did not need a co sponsor according to the I864 instructions if proven. He said, I will go and look into this matter for you just a moment. Five minutes later, he said yes you are correct and you will not need a co sponsor as you have submitted good proof. He said I will tell your fiance the good news and it was a pleasure talking with you.

So yes it can vary in what they are asking for regarding forms, taxes, anything, this is why I said earlier in a post to you, just be prepared and have it all.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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oh wow ok, u guys had a scare for a moment there i will try to get all the proof i can but why are they asking for I-864 when for K1 its supposed to be the I-134??

One other thing, when my fiance got there, just before interview they ask for these forms 864, etc., the lady looked at our I864 only at the tax part and said you will need a CO SPONSOR as she did not file taxes in her own name. What the heck, it didn't matter how I filed taxes as I did file but i filed married jointly with ex husband. She said this not acceptable and will not work. She said you will need to call her have them sent to us so go sit down and wait to be called.

During the interview, everything went fine, but the CO said it looks like you will need a co sponsor, my fiance said but my wife to be has all the assets, child support proof and part time job which put her over the guidelines. He said I don't have any of that information here. The CO called me for a personal interview over the phone and at the end, he too mentioned to me about a co sponsor, I explained to him in great detail, just how much assets and other proof of income we had and we did not need a co sponsor according to the I864 instructions if proven. He said, I will go and look into this matter for you just a moment. Five minutes later, he said yes you are correct and you will not need a co sponsor as you have submitted good proof. He said I will tell your fiance the good news and it was a pleasure talking with you.

So yes it can vary in what they are asking for regarding forms, taxes, anything, this is why I said earlier in a post to you, just be prepared and have it all.


Filed I129F: 03/4/2011

Received by USCIS: 3/8/2011

NOA:3/10/2011

NOA2:06/21/2011

Case# received from NVC: 07/1/2011.

got packet 3/4: Aug/4/2011

Interview: Sept 21st 2011

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