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I-134 Income requirement and Bank Accounts

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Dear VJs,

I have some questions regarding Assets and Income requirements.

I currently have about 5000 dollars in checking account and 500 in savings. Can I transfer checking amount to savings and show the statement? I am also planning to borrow some money from a friend to show a little more than 5000 in savings. Will that be a problem since they might see a good amount deposited at once?

In addition I have about $2500 worth of stocks, some gold and car as asset. I am making 15/hr, which comes to 31K annually. Last year I went to see my fiancee and stayed for about 5 months. Therefore,I worked (at different company) only for 7 months and my annual income was about 17K.

SO my question is, should I submit my last year w2 along with current pay stubs and letter from my company? or just current pay stubs and the letter?

Am I good enough to sponsor for my fiancee or should I look for a co-sponsor? I don't have any dependents.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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Dear VJs,

I have some questions regarding Assets and Income requirements.

I currently have about 5000 dollars in checking account and 500 in savings. Can I transfer checking amount to savings and show the statement? I am also planning to borrow some money from a friend to show a little more than 5000 in savings. Will that be a problem since they might see a good amount deposited at once?

In addition I have about $2500 worth of stocks, some gold and car as asset. I am making 15/hr, which comes to 31K annually. Last year I went to see my fiancee and stayed for about 5 months. Therefore,I worked (at different company) only for 7 months and my annual income was about 17K.

SO my question is, should I submit my last year w2 along with current pay stubs and letter from my company? or just current pay stubs and the letter?

Am I good enough to sponsor for my fiancee or should I look for a co-sponsor? I don't have any dependents.

Most consulates go by your current income as the most important factor. You have no dependents so it is just you and your fiancee. You only need to be earning at least $18,912 for a household of 2. Show your last years taxes, and the letter from your employer and most recent pay stubs will prove your current income. Your current income seems to be well above the 125% requirement. There is no need to list or prove any assets at all if you make enough through income alone. Just leave that part of the I-134 blank.


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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