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Okay so I am needing some guidance here. I don't see that this is a problem, but wanting to add ease of mind. 

Evidence of support for the I-134 form require bank accounts, etc. 

Let me say up front that my salary alone can support my fiance. 

I have a bank account that has my money in it, but it's been under my father's account name for over 11 years. I was going to pull it out soon and move it to another account but never did. When I go to get the statements for the previous year it just has my father's name on the statement's and just my account nick name next to my account. I recently moved my funds to another account which shows my name on it. However, I have no previous year transactions because I moved it. What steps should I potentially take to avoid interview issues for my fiance IF this will even be a problem, because again my salary alone can support her. If this is confusing, let me know and I will try to explain further. 

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8 minutes ago, Caleb K. said:

Okay so I am needing some guidance here. I don't see that this is a problem, but wanting to add ease of mind. 

Evidence of support for the I-134 form require bank accounts, etc. 

Let me say up front that my salary alone can support my fiance. 

I have a bank account that has my money in it, but it's been under my father's account name for over 11 years. I was going to pull it out soon and move it to another account but never did. When I go to get the statements for the previous year it just has my father's name on the statement's and just my account nick name next to my account. I recently moved my funds to another account which shows my name on it. However, I have no previous year transactions because I moved it. What steps should I potentially take to avoid interview issues for my fiance IF this will even be a problem, because again my salary alone can support her. If this is confusing, let me know and I will try to explain further. 

If you have your W-2s and paystubs showing your income you should be fine, if you paystub has the account your check is being direct deposited to and it is the old account that was under your dad's name that should be proof enough that the funds on those bank statements are yours since your check is going there...I think W2 and paystubs are more important since it shows consistent and verifiable income, bank statements are supplemental and probably more for self employed people. 


 

 

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