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hello, fellow members. we just got our NOA2, Me and Fiance preparing the documents for interview stage.

and since fiance's daughter (K2) my step kid the passport still on process they told my fiance will be issue sometime in January 2015.

so, were planning to set an interview by first week of FEB 2015, question is can we still use the ITR 2013? and thus the I-134 go with annual means the gross income in ITR without deductions?

thanks for the response!


09.06.14- Sent I-129f

09.11.14- NOA1 email

09.15.14- Alien Reg. changed

11.18.14- NOA2

02.02.15- Interview at US Embassy 

02.24.15 - POE San Francisco CA.

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can we still use the ITR 2013? Yes and thus the I-134 go with annual means the gross income in ITR without deductions? Yes

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can we still use the ITR 2013? Yes and thus the I-134 go with annual means the gross income in ITR without deductions? Yes

THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE, it helps. FOLLOW UP QUESTION SIR.. base on my ITR we met the 100% poverty guidelines household of 3 .. do I still need to put my bank accounts how many I have or its ok if only ITR income will list on my I-134 because I dont want to be bother with bank officer having hard time to give me a copy.

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09.06.14- Sent I-129f

09.11.14- NOA1 email

09.15.14- Alien Reg. changed

11.18.14- NOA2

02.02.15- Interview at US Embassy 

02.24.15 - POE San Francisco CA.

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE, it helps. FOLLOW UP QUESTION SIR.. base on my ITR we met the 100% poverty guidelines household of 3 .. do I still need to put my bank accounts how many I have or its ok if only ITR income will list on my I-134 because I dont want to be bother with bank officer having hard time to give me a copy.

If you're in the military, then 100% is sufficient. You only need to add the savings if you do not meet the poverty requirement. For evidence, ITR and W2 are enough. We also included a letter from my husband's gysgt detailing his annual salary and we provided several LES print outs too. Helps too if the letter from your c.o. has your military branch letterhead. Have him detail how long you've been working, your annual salary etc.

By the way, I'm a girl. :P

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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great.. i'll take a note on this. and hey I'm sorry if i'd mistaken to addressed you.

thanks for all this info's. big helps!


09.06.14- Sent I-129f

09.11.14- NOA1 email

09.15.14- Alien Reg. changed

11.18.14- NOA2

02.02.15- Interview at US Embassy 

02.24.15 - POE San Francisco CA.

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