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I-134 and supporting evidence, W-2s

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Hello all,

We received our NOA2 recently and I'm looking to gather all the necessary documents for the I-134 Affidavit of Support for our K-1 visa application interview in advance. In my case, I moved back to the US recently (April, 2015) and all of my income for the past 4.5 years was insufficient to file a tax return (W-2). So in essence I have no tax returns to use for the I-134. I do however have pay stubs for US based income starting in April and a bank account listing all of my deposits, etc. As long as my US based income is deemed sufficiently 125% over the poverty line, do I need to submit W-2s? If so, how do I backfile these 1040s? Will it matter? Because all of my income from the US will not be on those.

Thanks for your help in advance.

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(L)(L)(L)

Met in a Texting Clan: Jan. 24, 2012

He started courting even we have not met in person yet: Feb. 1, 2012

He went home in Davao from Manila to meet me; but i refused to see him : Feb 4, 2012

He went back to Manila (without having to see me): Feb. 14, 2012

I said yes to him: March 2, 2012 :dancing::luv:

I went to Manila: April 17, 2012 (his birthday and it was the first surprise I made for him)

He went to where I was staying to meet me in person : April 20, 2012

He proposed despite of not being in good terms: June 26, 2014

(yes! yes! Twas a long engagement. 1 year this June 26, 2015 :dancing: )

Flew back in the U.S after being away for too long: March 19, 2015

Started to compile docs for the K-1 packet: May 11, 2015

Completed: June 2, 2015

K-1 packet sent to Dallas Lockbox: June 5, 2015

Noa1 received via text and e-mail: June 11, 2015

(via USPS priority mail)

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From what I've been reading, you only need to prove your income, not your taxes. The 1040 is just one way of showing this. Can anyone confirm this is what they've done? Has anyone gone into the interview and only used pay stubs and bank account deposits with their i-134?

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same problem. i just recently moved back here in the states last March 19, 2015 and unfortunately does not have any work or whatsoever.


(L)(L)(L)

Met in a Texting Clan: Jan. 24, 2012

He started courting even we have not met in person yet: Feb. 1, 2012

He went home in Davao from Manila to meet me; but i refused to see him : Feb 4, 2012

He went back to Manila (without having to see me): Feb. 14, 2012

I said yes to him: March 2, 2012 :dancing::luv:

I went to Manila: April 17, 2012 (his birthday and it was the first surprise I made for him)

He went to where I was staying to meet me in person : April 20, 2012

He proposed despite of not being in good terms: June 26, 2014

(yes! yes! Twas a long engagement. 1 year this June 26, 2015 :dancing: )

Flew back in the U.S after being away for too long: March 19, 2015

Started to compile docs for the K-1 packet: May 11, 2015

Completed: June 2, 2015

K-1 packet sent to Dallas Lockbox: June 5, 2015

Noa1 received via text and e-mail: June 11, 2015

(via USPS priority mail)

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