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Form I-134 Supporting Evidence Question

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco


I'm in the process of filling out the I-134 for sponsoring my fiance for the K-1 visa and have a question about the supporting evidence they ask for.

I work for the US government (the Army). For evidence, the i-134 says to get a letter from your employer on company letterhead with information about your job, salary, length of employment,etc.

The problem is, I can't quite get this. The government doesn't quite work like a small little company. I am able to get a form that gives all the information about my employment that is required, however it's not on company letterhead. It just has the logo of the Army. I have some other paperwork, like my official job offer, etc, that I figured I would make a copy of for my fiance to bring to his interview.

I was wondering if you guys think this is sufficient, or should I be worried that they could think this stupid paper is fraud or something and deny him?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia

Speak with someone in Admin, let them see the requirements explain to them what is needed and they can draft a letter have have your CO or senior SNCO sign it.

That should satisfy the requirement.

Good Luck

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines

Agreed with Stefany/Dwight. I was in the army also and I know how it is with the paperwork; but something from your company commander or the battallion commander(if you can get them to sign something) would most likely suffice as the military is a whole different type of world compared to working at other companies.

Just explain what you need and they should be able to draft something. Maybe also attach a copy of your original enlistment papers(some of them cause I know it's a huge packet originally at MEPS) or a copy of your englistment records just to show also you're official enlistment dates and all

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06/30/2016 : I-129F Packet Sent

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11/23/2016 : POE - Dallas, Texas

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco

The primary evidence they look at is the tax return from last year.

If you have and you made above the poverty guidelines, than you should be fine

11/17/2016: Got engaged
11/28/2016: I-130 sent to Chicago IL lock box
01/12/2016: NOA1

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