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Hello everyone! I am currently filling up form I-134 the Affidavit of support as Petitioner for K1 visa. I only had the annual income of 12,990 for the year 2014 because I just started working month of August 2014 for part time (2x week) then became regular on (feb 2015). I just started working because I just had my RN license month of April 2014 and was a student before. I am now earning 4000 plus a month since Feb 2015 better than my earnings of 2000 plus a month. I just wanted to ask:

>if it would be a problem for my fiance during the interview process in manila? would they consider my case as a co-sponsor?

>I do have my mom as a joint co-sponsor just in case. And also any guides to having my mom fill up for I-134 as a co sponsor? how would she answer to question 10 (relationship)?

> also for answering deposit on savings on the form I-134 under number 7 - can it be the current savings you have at the moment you sign the fomr or should it be congruent to the amount I have when I fiance does the interview? (because sometime soon I might use some of my savings money but might have amount of atleast 3000)

I apologize if my questions would seem unintelligible. I would appreciate all the answers and help! :) More power to everyone! POSITIVE VIBES ALL THE WAY!

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This is a good question. I am in a somewhat similar situation. I worked only part-time during the 2014 tax year and was a full-time student. Last fall, I was promoted to a full-time position with a major pay increase and now earn well above the minimum. Since we need to show previous year's tax returns, will current income also count toward requirements?

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If the salary is a above the poverty level for your family, then the only thing that you'll need is current w2 last years tax return and a letter from your employer stating your current position and salary and about 3 or 4 pay stubs.If you show those you'll be good to go for the interview.

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