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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
Timeline

Okay, so for the financial support that's required, I have the following:

Me (Primary Sponsor):

- i-134

- 6 months worth of paystubs

- W-2, 1040, etc. for 2011

(I can't get a letter of employment because the place I work for has nothing with a company letterhead.)

Mother (Co-Sponsor):

- i-134

- letter of employment

- 6 months worth of paystubs

- W-2, 1040, etc. for 2011

Is this enough, or do I need more years of taxes? I'm hesitant to use more because I'm listed as a dependent on my mom's taxes before 2011 and I thought that might look bad... So are the 2011 taxes enough? My mom makes well over what is needed. Is 6 months worth of paystubs TOO much? I figured I'd give a lot of mine because I couldn't get the letter of employment.

Just thought I'd ask people who have been through Sydney and know what they're looking for.

Edited by Mitexi

K-1 Timeline:

12-09-2011 --- I-129F Sent

12-15-2011 --- NOA1 ------------------------------ 6 days

06-01-2012 --- NOA2 --------------------------- 169 days

06-29-2012 --- NVC Received ----------------- 28 days

07-06-2012 --- NVC Left --------------------------- 7 days

07-09-2012 --- Consulate Received ----------- 3 days

07-11-2012 --- Packet 3 Received ------------- 2 days

07-23-2012 --- Packet 3 Sent ------------------ 12 days

07-31-2012 --- Packet 4 Received ------------- 8 days

08-07-2012 --- Interview Date ------------------- 7 days from P4 - Approved!

08-09-2012 --- Visa in Hand -------------------- 2 days

08-29-2012 --- POE (LAX)

** Total Time From NOA1 to Visa In Hand: 7 Months, 3 Weeks, 4 Days - (236 days)

* For more detailed info, check the "About Me" section of my profile.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
Timeline

I gave the letter from employer and bank letter. That's all that's "required" with the I-134.

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