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Hello everyone!

My fiance finally got her interview date through yesterday and we are scheduled for August the 23rd. I am about to send off my form I-134 and wanted to make sure that I am sending enough evidence along. I have read lots of posts on this, but I have a "better safe than sorry" mindset towards this. =)

I am currently employed making about $38,000 per year and I am sending:

1) Proof of employment/salary letter from employer

2) 2010 1040 Tax Form

3) 2009 and 2010 W2 forms

4) 2 most recent pay stubs

I currently own my own home which has a value of 112,000 but I have a mortgage on it for 109,000 so I havent included this in fear of it doing more harm than good.

Is this enough evidence to go along with Form I-134?

Thank you in advance!

Gyver

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You don't need to include anything else than your current income if you make above 125% of the poverty guidelines for hour house hold.

I would probably include a few more than 2 pay stubs, we had 8 pay stubs with our I-134. The rest is good though.


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hello there! a friend of mine was asked to show at least 6 recent pay stubs. but this was at least 6 mos. ago. so if you want to be on the safe side, adding more pay stubs wouldn't hurt, would it? good luck!

You don't need to include anything else than your current income if you make above 125% of the poverty guidelines for hour house hold.

I would probably include a few more than 2 pay stubs, we had 8 pay stubs with our I-134. The rest is good though.


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hello there! a friend of mine was asked to show at least 6 recent pay stubs. but this was at least 6 mos. ago. so if you want to be on the safe side, adding more pay stubs wouldn't hurt, would it? good luck!

Oh wow! They asked for that many even with a letter verifying wages? That's a lot of paperwork! Oh well, I can print them out at the office tomorrow before I sent the packet off.

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Oh wow! They asked for that many even with a letter verifying wages? That's a lot of paperwork! Oh well, I can print them out at the office tomorrow before I sent the packet off.

That's Manila, Philippines and you're going to London so won't be the same. You have enough proof for London, if the income meets the required amount. The tax return and employment letter will satisfy London without any pay stubs.

Good luck!


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