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Affidavit of Support. Enough Supporting Documents?

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Hi everyone

I am gathering all I need to get ready for my Interview in London. My fiancée has been getting her affidavit of support documents ready. She started her job early February and has collected all her pay stubs from that date,she also has a letter from her employer. She tried to get a letter from the bank with her account information, but they refused to give her one. There is a 2 year gap in her employment, most of the 2nd year she was at College, but the job she had before the gap was also 125% over the poverty line. So, I don't know if her tax returns will be sufficient.

Will they pay stubs and the letter from her employers be enough?

Kind Regards

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Indonesia
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1. 2013 Tax return and W-2

2. 2-3 most recent pay stubs

3. Letter from employer saying she's been there since February, makes $xx,xxx dollars/year

That should be sufficient. They won't care about the employment gap. What matters is she is gainfully employed now and makes more than the required minimum.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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Hi everyone

I am gathering all I need to get ready for my Interview in London. My fiancée has been getting her affidavit of support documents ready. She started her job early February and has collected all her pay stubs from that date,she also has a letter from her employer. She tried to get a letter from the bank with her account information, but they refused to give her one. There is a 2 year gap in her employment, most of the 2nd year she was at College, but the job she had before the gap was also 125% over the poverty line. So, I don't know if her tax returns will be sufficient.

Will they pay stubs and the letter from her employers be enough?

Kind Regards

Yes


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Filed: Country: Mexico
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Letter from the bank is not needed for most consulates, especially is not needing to use assets.

The pay stubs and letter from employer will work for London. http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/474161-london-k1-a-complete-guide/


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