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My husband and I are kinda having a debate. We will be sending out our AOS in a couple of weeks. In the next couple of weeks we will be changing banks to be closer to our new appartment. Which bank would write our statement for the I-864? I also believe you are suppose to have them write out your deposits for the past year, should we just get his old bank to do all that now before we switch?

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My husband and I are kinda having a debate. We will be sending out our AOS in a couple of weeks. In the next couple of weeks we will be changing banks to be closer to our new appartment. Which bank would write our statement for the I-864? I also believe you are suppose to have them write out your deposits for the past year, should we just get his old bank to do all that now before we switch?

This is not required for the I-864. Only an employment letter and tax returns are required.


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My husband and I are kinda having a debate. We will be sending out our AOS in a couple of weeks. In the next couple of weeks we will be changing banks to be closer to our new appartment. Which bank would write our statement for the I-864? I also believe you are suppose to have them write out your deposits for the past year, should we just get his old bank to do all that now before we switch?

You don't have to send a back letter with your I-864. That said, you can send a bank letter for your husband's CURRENT bank account to show that he is financially stable. I konw people that have done that, and i dont believe it adds any value, but you can send it if you want.

If I were you, i'd try to add your name to the existing bank account so you can get a letter from the bank stating you and your husband have a joint bank account. Do this even though you're closing the account soon to open one closer to your apartment. If you do add your name to the old account, then get the bank eltter and send it with your AOS application as proof that you're financially tied.


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You do not need any bank statements or statement of assets if you are qualifying based on income alone which most people do (in my guess.) Bank statements are needed if you use your bank accounts in addition to your income to meet the 125% of poverty requirements. Many posters on the K1 forum believe they need to send in bank statements - they are just misreading the I134 requirements! Good Luck


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