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I-134 Employer Letter, "Salary?"

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I notice in every example of an employer letter it is formatted like this:

<today’s date>

American Consulate General, <place name>
<consulate address>

Re: Employment Verification for <sponsor’s name>

Dear Sir or Madam:

This letter is to confirm that <sponsor’s name> is employed with us since <employment start date> on full time basis as <designation>. His annual salary is <annual salary>/year.

Please feel free to contact us if your office should require any further information.


Sincerely,

<authorized person’s signature>

<authorized person’s name>
<authorized person’s designation>
<company name>

This works fine for me, except for the wording of "salary." I don't get paid by salary (I get paid based on my hours) and neither does my co-sponsor.

While I don't meet the 125% requirements, my co-sponsor easily does, so that won't be an issue. If my Employer Letter says my (and my co-sponsor's) hourly rate along with how many hours a week we work, would that be acceptable?

Thanks, sorry if this is a stupid question.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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That's what I did. My letter stated 40 hours per week and my pay rate is $XX.xx per hour.

The sample is just that. You can adjust the wording to fit your situation.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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That's what I did. My letter stated 40 hours per week and my pay rate is $XX.xx per hour.

The sample is just that. You can adjust the wording to fit your situation.

Awesome, thanks. I figured that was the case, but I couldn't find a topic on it. I appreciate it!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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My employer letter does not state how many hours I work per week but rather that I make $XX.XX an hour and that I am paid bi-weekly? I have a year worth of paystubs, as well. Will my employment letter be a problem?

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