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Paper work from USC fiance(e) to interview

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My fiance sent an e-mail to Consulate in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to know what documents he must send to me to my interview. Above, the e-mail:

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Good morning Srs!

I need an information about documents I have to send along with form I-134 (notarized).

I am above poverty line, so I need to know if I have to state and send proof of my assets (house, car etc). I read on instructions that when someone is above poverty line, does not need to send those kind of proof, but I would like to be sure about what exactly to send.

I am sending:

-form I-134 - signed before a notary public

-evidence of my current employment (statement from employer stating amount made in one year (without overtime), how long I have been with the company and what my job title is)

-copy of pay stubs

-copy of my individual Federal income tax returns

-copy of W-2s

-copy of last US Federal Income Taxes (form 1040)

-copy of my birth certificate (notarized?)

-new letter of intent

I also need to know if I have to state on form I-134 my assets such as house, car etc. and send proof of them.

If I forgot something, please let me know.

Our information:

Case Number: RDJ2006xxxxxx

Petitioner's name: xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Beneficiary's name: xxxxxxxxxxxx

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Their reply:

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Dear Sir or Madam:

This is exactly what you need. The evidence of your current employment and your pay stubs are not necessary anymore.

Regards,

IV Unit


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-copy of my individual Federal income tax returns

-copy of last US Federal Income Taxes (form 1040)

Isn´t it the same?

I am not sure. Maybe he made a mistake. :D

Anyway I will ask him about that. :star:


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I am surprised how fast things changed from last month to now :wacko:


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12/26/06 Sent AOS to Xi cagou

04/16/07 Green Card approved w/o interview !! YYYAAAYY

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03/16/2009 - I-751 sent to VSC

03/17/2009 - VSC received

03/18/2009 - NOA 1

03/20/2009 - Check cashed

03/23/2009 - NOA 1 in mail

04/01/2009 - Biometrics letter

04/14/2009 - Biometrics

04/15/2009 - Touched

04/16/2009 - I guess I can lay down and sleep now ?

07/16/2009 - 3 months later...... nothing... oh well

07/21/2009 - Card production ordered w/o interview again :) !! woohooo

07/22/2009 - Touched

07/30/2009 - Card is here !

Eligible for N-400 in April, 2010

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