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K1 visa I-134 the petitioner's most recent tax return 2016 London

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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K-1 finance visa iterview London

I understad that I-134 form must be submitted at the time of the interview instead of I-846 in case of K-1 applicants. Not very sure if with I-134 I will have to sumbit the petioner's most recent tax return and any other financial documents. The information from the Embassy is not very clear... What do they mean by finacial documents? And by any? Pay stubs?

Can anyone help me out with this? Very confusing.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Denmark
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2015 tax return, w2, pay stubs and some also need/provide a letter from employer stating the salary (If the job is new) and banks statements.

All this is not needed until the interview.


 

 

 

 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Sweden
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It is stated on the instructions for the form what documents are needed to support it.


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2016-03-24         i-129F NOA1
2016-06-14         i-129F NOA2
2016-07-08         NVC Rec'd
2016-07-12         Case #
2016-07-13         NVC Left
2016-07-14         Consulate Rec'd
2016-07-19         Medical
2016-08-11         Interview Date (approved)
2016-09-06         Issued
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2016-10-30         Our Halloween Wedding

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2018-12-03          First day to file for ROC (i-751)

 

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K-1 finance visa iterview London

I understad that I-134 form must be submitted at the time of the interview instead of I-846 in case of K-1 applicants. Not very sure if with I-134 I will have to sumbit the petioner's most recent tax return and any other financial documents. The information from the Embassy is not very clear... What do they mean by finacial documents? And by any? Pay stubs?

Can anyone help me out with this? Very confusing.

London does not have a specific requirement for income documentation with an I-134, as long as you prove it with something. So use a tax return, or employer letter, or pay stubs, or bank statement if you have no income but are using assets. They have approved lots with only an employer letter and no tax return. If you have a tax return and W2, then use it. It's an easy proof without chasing down a letter. Or take a combo of two things if you are a worrier.


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