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Hi I am in active duty in the US Air Force and was just wondering what supporting evidence I should provide aside from the w2 and my contract?

Also I get a statement from my bank every month with my remaining balance, can I just submit the latest one I received?

Lastly, what should my fiancée bring to the interview?

Your help will be appreciated!

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Hi I am in active duty in the US Air Force and was just wondering what supporting evidence I should provide aside from the w2 and my contract?

Also I get a statement from my bank every month with my remaining balance, can I just submit the latest one I received?

Lastly, what should my fiancée bring to the interview?

Your help will be appreciated!

My husband - he is in the military as well- provided me everything. But the CO was just asked W-2 and the recent tax return aside from I-134 (signed and dated). If you are above of poverty guidelines, these supporting documents should be sufficient.


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My husband - he is in the military as well- provided me everything. But the CO was just asked W-2 and the recent tax return aside from I-134 (signed and dated). If you are above of poverty guidelines, these supporting documents should be sufficient.

Thank you very much!

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Hi I am in active duty in the US Air Force and was just wondering what supporting evidence I should provide aside from the w2 and my contract?

Also I get a statement from my bank every month with my remaining balance, can I just submit the latest one I received?

Lastly, what should my fiancée bring to the interview?

Your help will be appreciated!

Embassy instructions letter states the most recent tax return and W-2 are required. Details on the process in Manila are in the link in my signature, follow the flashing arrow.

You would do better to post your questions in the Philippines forum.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/129-philippines/


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Embassy instructions letter states the most recent tax return and W-2 are required. Details on the process in Manila are in the link in my signature, follow the flashing arrow.

You would do better to post your questions in the Philippines forum.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/129-philippines/

Thanks, Hank! You're always helpful!

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