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At the interview at the consulate for K1 visa, does it matter how much my fiance (USC) made in the past years or is it enough to prove that he makes over 125% of the poverty line right now (he's had a new job for about a month), and show tax files for those years? Thanks!


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02-23-2011 Touched

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05-16-2011 Packet 3 received

07-27-2011 Medical

07-28-2011 ASC

08-01-2011 Interview & approved!

08-03-2011 Got the visas!

08-04-2011 POE Juarez, 5 minutes at 6:10 am!!

08-19-2011 Married

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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At the interview at the consulate for K1 visa, does it matter how much my fiance (USC) made in the past years or is it enough to prove that he makes over 125% of the poverty line right now (he's had a new job for about a month), and show tax files for those years? Thanks!

Both. You would need last year's tax info and current income. The recommended method is IRS tax transcript for 2010. You can order the IRS tax transcript for free. For current income you need letter of employment stating your yearly income and a few pay stubs. You need to read up the guides on VJ and instructions on the i-134 instructions. It states it clearly on there.

For us, we submitted 3 years of tax transcript plus current income information. Also submitted bank statements and bank letter. It's a bit overdoing it but we felt good about it.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Does it matter if he didn't make over 125% of poverty line during those years? He was a student. Or would we need a co sponsor?


01-03-2011 129F sent

01-12-2011 NOA1

02-23-2011 Touched

05-02-2011 NOA2

05-16-2011 Packet 3 received

07-27-2011 Medical

07-28-2011 ASC

08-01-2011 Interview & approved!

08-03-2011 Got the visas!

08-04-2011 POE Juarez, 5 minutes at 6:10 am!!

08-19-2011 Married

10-19-2011 AOS package sent

11-08-2011 AOS package re-sent

11-22-2011 NOA1 date

12-20-2011 BIO apointment

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Does it matter if he didn't make over 125% of poverty line during those years? He was a student. Or would we need a co sponsor?

No. What matters is that the current income meets the 125% poverty line. In addition if you have bank statement and bank letter include it also. The more financial evidence the better it will look for your case.

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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At the interview at the consulate for K1 visa, does it matter how much my fiance (USC) made in the past years or is it enough to prove that he makes over 125% of the poverty line right now (he's had a new job for about a month), and show tax files for those years? Thanks!

While I, of course, cannot answer with complete certainty, CDJ does not seem to be very strict about the finances. If he is making above the 125% mark right now, and has the employment letter and pay stubs to prove it, then there should be no problem for you.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Thanks, guys!! :)


01-03-2011 129F sent

01-12-2011 NOA1

02-23-2011 Touched

05-02-2011 NOA2

05-16-2011 Packet 3 received

07-27-2011 Medical

07-28-2011 ASC

08-01-2011 Interview & approved!

08-03-2011 Got the visas!

08-04-2011 POE Juarez, 5 minutes at 6:10 am!!

08-19-2011 Married

10-19-2011 AOS package sent

11-08-2011 AOS package re-sent

11-22-2011 NOA1 date

12-20-2011 BIO apointment

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