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Hey,

I know it's maybe a little soon to ask because we haven't even sent the I-129F yet. But we have almost everything together now and it should be sent soon.

Now I (Austrian fiancee) was looking at what is required for the next step (in like 5 months). And they want the form I-134 for support. I just know that my fiance won't be able to show them that he had this much of an income the last year. But now he has two jobs and enough income. But he can't really proof it because there is no tax returns yet.

Now my question. How do we have to prove that the income is as high as required? and is it enough if he has these jobs now? Or do we need a co-sponsor?

Thank you so much!

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Hey,

I know it's maybe a little soon to ask because we haven't even sent the I-129F yet. But we have almost everything together now and it should be sent soon.

Now I (Austrian fiancee) was looking at what is required for the next step (in like 5 months). And they want the form I-134 for support. I just know that my fiance won't be able to show them that he had this much of an income the last year. But now he has two jobs and enough income. But he can't really proof it because there is no tax returns yet.

Now my question. How do we have to prove that the income is as high as required? and is it enough if he has these jobs now? Or do we need a co-sponsor?

Thank you so much!

Please read the i-134 provided by USCIS on this link http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-134instr.pdf

He will basically need to show pay stubs/tax returns and/or a letter from the employer/s. Since you are from Austria (not a high fraud Country) he may NOT need to show ALL of the things they request; but I'm sure that when the time comes, someone from your region can give you more specifics on that matter. But you'll see what the ask for on that link I posted for you.

I hope this helps!

Good luck with your journey! smile.gif

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Please read the i-134 provided by USCIS on this link http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-134instr.pdf

He will basically need to show pay stubs/tax returns and/or a letter from the employer/s. Since you are from Austria (not a high fraud Country) he may NOT need to show ALL of the things they request; but I'm sure that when the time comes, someone from your region can give you more specifics on that matter. But you'll see what the ask for on that link I posted for you.

I hope this helps!

Good luck with your journey! smile.gif

Thank you so much. I'm just a little stressed out right now. Don't want any delay. sigh.

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Thank you so much. I'm just a little stressed out right now. Don't want any delay. sigh.

He qualifies with CURRENT income, not last years income. Attach the income tax return but it is not important. CURRENT income can be proven with recent check stubs or employer letter. Note that the I-134 secifically asks for CURRENT information, that means the day he fills it out and signs it.


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He qualifies with CURRENT income, not last years income. Attach the income tax return but it is not important. CURRENT income can be proven with recent check stubs or employer letter. Note that the I-134 secifically asks for CURRENT information, that means the day he fills it out and signs it.

Oh wow! This is great news. This means we probably won't need a co-sponsor.

Thank you!

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