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Filed: Country: Philippines
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Greetings!

So my fiance has just gotten back to working and has landed a new job. We were just wondering if for the NoA2, for further proof of her work, the only way to show that she is working at the company, is through a phone call to the company. How would that work? She's the USC, and we would just like to know this ahead of time. Thanks!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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Greetings!

So my fiance has just gotten back to working and has landed a new job. We were just wondering if for the NoA2, for further proof of her work, the only way to show that she is working at the company, is through a phone call to the company. How would that work? She's the USC, and we would just like to know this ahead of time. Thanks!

I'm afraid a phone call won't work. The instructions are clear:

Statement(s) of your employer on business stationery showing:

1. Date and nature of employment

2. Salary paid; and

3. Whether the position is temporary or permanent.

That information may be available of her pay stubs and a letter may not be needed, but she will have to show something that shows all this.

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Greetings!

So my fiance has just gotten back to working and has landed a new job. We were just wondering if for the NoA2, for further proof of her work, the only way to show that she is working at the company, is through a phone call to the company. How would that work? She's the USC, and we would just like to know this ahead of time. Thanks!

I'm not sure I understand your question.

The only way to show she's working at the company is through a phone call? Is that a company policy? Can she not provide pay stubs or a letter of employment?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Try to get a letter of employment. If it's a large company the HR department should be able to provide one. If it's a smaller company find an example of one on this site and have management at his company put it on their letterhead.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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Greetings!

So my fiance has just gotten back to working and has landed a new job. We were just wondering if for the NoA2, for further proof of her work, the only way to show that she is working at the company, is through a phone call to the company. How would that work? She's the USC, and we would just like to know this ahead of time. Thanks!

No....pay check summaries are best.


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

As of Dec 7, 2009, now Zero miles apart (literally)!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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You NEED some form of employment verification and a job letter and pay stubs are the only way to prove that.


AOS

10/16/2012 Mailed I-485, I-765, I-131
10/19/2012 NOA1
11/09/2012 Biometrics Apt @ 3pm
12/25/2012 EAD/AP Approval
01/05/2013 Received EAD/AP in mail

06/20/2013 AOS APPROVED!!!!!

LIFTING OF CONDITIONS

3/23/15 Mailed I-751

3/25/15 NOA1

3/28/15 NOA1 Received in the Mail

4/28/15 Biometrics Apt.

11/13/15 ROC Approved

11/18/15 Approval Letter Received

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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MY JOB ONLY PUT ON MY EMPLOYMENT LETTER THE DAY I STARTED WORKING WITH THEM AND MY HOURLY RATE.... MAYBE MY LETTER AINT VALID!

That is fine. Include most recent pay stub(s) along with the letter.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ_Ciudad-Juarez-2-22-2021.pdf

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