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On the I-134 in question 7 where it says "I have on deposit in savings banks in the United States ______________" should I put the total of my checking and savings?

The letter from my bank lists my current balances for checking and savings separately.

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On the I-134 in question 7 where it says "I have on deposit in savings banks in the United States ______________" should I put the total of my checking and savings?

The letter from my bank lists my current balances for checking and savings separately.

Yes, you should sum them both.

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If your income is enough, you can leave that question blank as well as the other questions asking about your assets.


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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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On the I-134 in question 7 where it says "I have on deposit in savings banks in the United States ______________" should I put the total of my checking and savings?

The letter from my bank lists my current balances for checking and savings separately.

If your gross income stated on your most recent tax return & W-2 meet the 125% poverty guidelines of the I-864P then forget about listing money in the bank or other assets. Not needed.

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Yes, you should sum them both.

Not needed for the Philippines if the above is true.

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