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Filed: Country: Armenia
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Its diffrent in Every embassy, my bank statement was on savings I deposited 3 month earlier. Good luck

Was there a date mentioned on the statement when the account was opened, and how much money there was at first? Did you attach the history of the account? I am asking, coz i have one year old savings but There is like $3000 only at this stage.

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Filed: Country: Israel
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There is no rules for that, you bring what ever documents that u want. The more savings the better. bring your pay checks, 6 months will be good. And I think that 10000 usd savings is good place to start.

Any thing else that u can bring will be good, like car ownership, real astate etc.

good luck friend.

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Filed: Other Country: Yemen
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Thank you all :)

I talked to a guy from my country and he had his interview in US embassy this month and he told me it was OK that he put the money one month before the interview and they gave him the visa without sponsor.

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More and more topics are created about the Bank Statements. In the DV Lottery Requirements Bank Statement is not listed among the DV Lottery Supporting Documents so as I can see this is an optional document which could be asked at the embassy during the interview. For example currently we are re-building our mothers house and invested all our money in it, so we have nothing to show to the embassy - could this be a case for denied visa?

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More and more topics are created about the Bank Statements. In the DV Lottery Requirements Bank Statement is not listed among the DV Lottery Supporting Documents so as I can see this is an optional document which could be asked at the embassy during the interview. For example currently we are re-building our mothers house and invested all our money in it, so we have nothing to show to the embassy - could this be a case for denied visa?

It might be. One of the requirements to get a visa is that you have to show you will not be a public charge. There is no set way to do this. For some people the CO will be satisfied that for example age and education are sufficient for them to find jobs. But it also seems to vary by consulate - the consulate I interviewed at seems to almost always ask people for proof of finances, irrespective of age/education/work experience, but other consulates almost never ask.

However, you also need to be realistic about this. If all your money is in your mother's house, what do you plan to take with to the U.S.? Moving to a new country is not cheap and you will need some money to set yourself up, pay rental deposit, buy some stuff etc until you find a job/get a paycheck.

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