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I'm finishing up the information I need for sending my I129F, and I'm looking ahead to what I need to collect (to be prepared ahead of time) for the other parts of the journey.

I see there is a I-134 form that will need to be submitted later. I'm unclear on when it's needed, who needs to submit it (my foreign fiancee?), and what's required to attach. My full time perm pay is well above the poverty line requirements, and I can attach online bank statements printed from my online banking, and the past 1-2 year tax returns as well. So do I need the letter from the bank? I recently had to change my bank account numbers due to a warning of bank information having been leaked by a 3rd party, so my info is safe, but the new account number is technically young.

Lastly, I'm putting her name listed on item #10 for the I-134 (leaving off her 5 year old daughter?), however I'm unclear how to answer #11.

Thanks in advance for your replies.

-Jim

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I'm finishing up the information I need for sending my I129F, and I'm looking ahead to what I need to collect (to be prepared ahead of time) for the other parts of the journey.

I see there is a I-134 form that will need to be submitted later. I'm unclear on when it's needed It's needed at the visa interview but within the past 3-4 months they have not asked for it but we still suggest you have it as it is outlined in the Embassy Letter that they "may ask" for it -- so be prepared. , who needs to submit it (my foreign fiancee?) USC is the sponsor and will create the necessary documents for the fiancé. , and what's required to attach. My full time perm pay is well above the poverty line requirements, and I can attach online bank statements printed from my online banking, and the past 1-2 year tax returns as well. So do I need the letter from the bank? No letter from the bank is necessary as you will choose another recourse (see below). I recently had to change my bank account numbers due to a warning of bank information having been leaked by a 3rd party, so my info is safe, but the new account number is technically young.USEM CO is not interested as to how old the account is.

Lastly, I'm putting her name listed on item #10 for the I-134 (leaving off her 5 year old daughter?) If you are not including her for a visa either with mother (K-2) or to follow then you can leave her off, however I'm unclear how to answer #11. I intend to marry (Fiancé Name Here) and support her with room and board.

Question 8, you will need to list all those who you support including her daughter if in fact you will support her.

Thanks in advance for your replies.

-Jim

Go to the I-134 Instructions and go to General Instructions and then under Supporting Evidence you will respond, because you indicated that your salary is well above the poverty level for your future family, with item "B". You need a letter from your employer, on company letterhead and signed by someone of a authority who knows your compensation, and be sure to have them address it to "whom it concerns" with your yearly salary, how long you have been employed and your position with the company. Here is an example:

September 3, 2013

To whom it may concern.

Dear Sir/Madam,

This is to certify that Mr. John Doe is an employee at TNG and is working as a Product Merchandiser since Jun 29, 2013. His current gross salary is $28,500 per annum.

If you have any questions regarding Mr. Doe's employment, please contact our office at (555) 555-5555.

Sincerely,

Joe Smith

Sr. Human Resource Manager

In addition, you should give your fiancé a copy of your 2014 1040 tax document. Schedules are not needed. And 4-6 recent pay stubs. Just a note of advice, please talk with your Fiancé of the importance of her keeping those documents safe and not to share with anyone except where you approve. Of course with USEM during the interview if asked for the documents. If they don't ask don't provide.

I hope this helps. There is more information on the steps in my guide. Use the link at the twisting arrow below. Good luck


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Delivered March 8, 2014 AOS packaged delivered to USCIS drop box

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Biometrics April 16, 2014 Biometrics completed

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