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Affidavit of Support and Needed Income Documents

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: South Korea
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Hi, we have been approved for a k-1 visa and my fiancé is already done with the medical exam and has visited the police station for police clearance. She is just waiting to be interviewed. I know I need to submit some documents proving income and I already have the letter from my employer stating how much I make and that I am a permanent employee.

As for the bank statement that needs the date the account is opened, the present balance and the amount deposited over the past year I am having a bit of trouble getting all of those three pieces of information in one letter. My bank is Chase and they gave me a letter stating the average balance and the date the account was opened along with the present balance. When I asked them that I needed the total amount that was deposited over the past year they said they could not give a different letter than the previous statement they printed out. Instead the bank teller gave me a list of all the deposits made to my account over the past year to include with the other letter, and said that is all she can do.

Will this suffice for my fiancée when she goes to her interview? The letter from Chase bank with the account opening date and the average balance has the bank teller information on it, but the listing of my deposits appeared to be just a print out from a website. It doesn't list the total amount deposited either, just the deposits themselves. Should I just include a letter stating the total amount deposited (adding up the deposits myself) and include it with the original letter or should I do something else?

Any insight would be helpful. I am also aware I need to give the last two months pay stubs and last W2 which I have. If it helps I make more than the 125% poverty guidelines for 2014.

Thanks for your help.

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