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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Hi!

My first message here. Right we've had packet three and Dan my fiance sent me stuff for the support bit of the process and I have an interview date for April but reading through some of the posts on here I am wondering if I need to get Dan to send me some more stuff.

Currently I have the Affidavit form filled out, he has given me a letter from his job saying what he earns etc, I have 2 letters from his bank telling of the amounts deposited and how much they currently are, I have a sheet about his mortgage and how much has been paid in the last year, a sheet about his life insurance and another about all his savings bonds. I've seen other people here going on about tax returns. Do I need to get him to send me his last one of those too or is everything I have so far enough. It didn't say tax return on the information sheet but now I'm not sure.

I have some savings of my own but when I went to my bank to get them to do the letter about the deposits etc in the last year they were totally unhelpful and told me they couldn't go back past 3 months and I'd just have to use my monthly bank statements.

Now I do have my statements for the last year so do you think I should take the front pages of those that say how much I deposited and withdrew. Will they accept these or should I just forget about my savings and go with Dan's stuff. There are months when I withdrew more than I deposited and I don't want them to look at it all and think hmm how much is she spending!!!!

Dan makes over the 125% poverty line.

I'd just like someones opinion on what would be the best option. Everything is fine police wise, medical wise I just want to make sure the support bit doesn't let us down.

Thanks for your help!

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ok ask your fiance/e to send you his W2 for the past 2 or 3 years that should cover evrything.. you should be good to go then...

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Unless he is self employed you do NOT need tax returns going through London. If he makes over 125% (I think the I-134 actually only asks for 100%, the 125% is for AOS, someone correct me if I'm wrong) based on his income alone then you don't need things like life insurace policies, etc. All you need to do is prove he makes enough money, you don't have to go above and beyond that. Simply provide the evidence they ask for (bank letter, employer letter). I'm assuming Dan is the USC? If so, and he qualifies based on his income, then don't worry about any of your stuff.

Oh, and good luck! :)

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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Unless he is self employed you do NOT need tax returns going through London. If he makes over 125% (I think the I-134 actually only asks for 100%, the 125% is for AOS, someone correct me if I'm wrong) based on his income alone then you don't need things like life insurace policies, etc. All you need to do is prove he makes enough money, you don't have to go above and beyond that. Simply provide the evidence they ask for (bank letter, employer letter). I'm assuming Dan is the USC? If so, and he qualifies based on his income, then don't worry about any of your stuff.

Oh, and good luck! :)

Have Dan call the IRS. They will send him a transcript of the last 3 years tax's for free. Having a document from the United States Treasury verifying your income like these transcripts will certainly not hurt your case.

Good Luck

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Colombia
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Unless he is self employed you do NOT need tax returns going through London. If he makes over 125% (I think the I-134 actually only asks for 100%, the 125% is for AOS, someone correct me if I'm wrong) based on his income alone then you don't need things like life insurace policies, etc. All you need to do is prove he makes enough money, you don't have to go above and beyond that. Simply provide the evidence they ask for (bank letter, employer letter). I'm assuming Dan is the USC? If so, and he qualifies based on his income, then don't worry about any of your stuff.

Oh, and good luck! :)

Have Dan call the IRS. They will send him a transcript of the last 3 years tax's for free. Having a document from the United States Treasury verifying your income like these transcripts will certainly not hurt your case.

Good Luck

Mike

Or you could order them online, they are free.

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If he makes over 125% (I think the I-134 actually only asks for 100%, the 125% is for AOS, someone correct me if I'm wrong)

This comes up a lot here on VJ. The confusion comes about because the I-134 is not meant to be used with K visas even though in the vast majority of cases it is. The K visa's whilst they are non-immigrant visas are processed in many ways like an immigrant visa which is why even though an I-134 is being submitted, in many cases the 125% is used to assess income based on the povery guidelines. Afterall K visa applicants do have intention to immigrate as they will be adjusting status whereby the I-864 will then be used where 125% is the requirement. Ensuring that a K visa applicant is not going to become a public charge given this, as well as other evidence, is the Conof's duty to ascertain.


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If he makes over 125% (I think the I-134 actually only asks for 100%, the 125% is for AOS, someone correct me if I'm wrong)

This comes up a lot here on VJ. The confusion comes about because the I-134 is not meant to be used with K visas even though in the vast majority of cases it is. The K visa's whilst they are non-immigrant visas are processed in many ways like an immigrant visa which is why even though an I-134 is being submitted, in many cases the 125% is used to assess income based on the povery guidelines. Afterall K visa applicants do have intention to immigrate as they will be adjusting status whereby the I-864 will then be used where 125% is the requirement. Ensuring that a K visa applicant is not going to become a public charge given this, as well as other evidence, is the Conof's duty to ascertain.

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02/13/2015 - NOA received

03/10/2015 - Biometrics

03/12/2015 - In-Line for Interview

04/09/2015 - E-notification for Interview Letter

05/18/2015 - Interview - passed!

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