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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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Hi

Anyone know what I should get from my bank to show we have joint accounts..

Does it need to be notarized... certified?

What info does NVC need from the bank

Thanks

Walt :thumbs:

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Serbia
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Hi

Anyone know what I should get from my bank to show we have joint accounts..

Does it need to be notarized... certified?

What info does NVC need from the bank

Thanks

Walt :thumbs:

We just went to our bank and asked them to give us a statement showing we are jointly on the account. They stamped it and that is that.


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10/03/12 Received notice of transfer. Transferred to NBC in Missouri
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12/19/12 NOA2!!!!!

01/07/2013 NVC recieves the case
01/24/2013 Got the Case and IIN #
01/24/2012 E-mailed DS-3032


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04/15/2013 AOS and IV fees payed

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Thailand
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Hi

Anyone know what I should get from my bank to show we have joint accounts..

Does it need to be notarized... certified?

What info does NVC need from the bank

Thanks

Walt :thumbs:

Not sure why NVC would care that you have joint bank accounts?


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hi

Anyone know what I should get from my bank to show we have joint accounts..

Does it need to be notarized... certified?

What info does NVC need from the bank

Thanks

Walt :thumbs:

Hi!!

We opened a joint bank account and each one of us got a debit card, that means that at anytime we can make use of the money in that account.

The evidence we have is the agreement we signed with the bank where states our names,and that my husband is the beneficiary of that account (in case that something happens to me)and we also photocopied our debit cards.

Basically the info that they need is to see that you trust each other enough (which is obvious if you got married)to share the money. I supose that it's what they want to know :thumbs:


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Case received 01/21/2013

Case number,IIN and Beneficiary ID 02/05/2013

Case complete 03/20/2013

Medical exam 05/09/2013

Interview 05/13/2013-APPROVED

Received passport with visa 05/16/2013
POE 05/22/2013

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Thailand
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Hi!!

We opened a joint bank account and each one of us got a debit card, that means that at anytime we can make use of the money in that account.

The evidence we have is the agreement we signed with the bank where states our names,and that my husband is the beneficiary of that account (in case that something happens to me)and we also photocopied our debit cards.

Basically the info that they need is to see that you trust each other enough (which is obvious if you got married)to share the money. I supose that it's what they want to know :thumbs:

NVC doesn't care about relationship evidence. They want an original copy of the marriage certificate. That's about all the relationship evidence they want.

The bank thing might come in to play at the embassy interview, but I know in Bangkok they want to see photos together more than anything. The bank stuff would come in to play when you file adjustment of status.


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