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Petitioner Supporting Documents for Affidavit of Support- Out of Date?

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I visited India at the end of June and I brought my fiancé everything he needed for the interview from me, since we figured it wouldn't be much longer for NOA2. We just got our NOA2 at the beginning of August.

I know my DS-160 is fine, with original signature and all, but what about the supporting documents? My bank and employer statement are all dated from back in June. Same with my pay stubs. Is this an acceptable time limit for the documents? Our interview might not be til October or November. Can I email him new ones as opposed to sending them in the mail?

I think it is fine to send some things via email (my pay stubs and bank statements are electronic anyway) but I'm wondering if I need the signed employment letter and bank letter updated with an original signature from my employer/bank?

Can anyone help me with this? Sorry for wordiness!



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