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I-134 & interview Large deposits #bank statement

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Me and my US citizen fiance have been together for about 8 years soon. 

We discussed and bought a house ahead under his name 3 years ago and I have had large deposits to his bank account.

He doesn't earn that much and paying bills, so he can't save that much.

He just changed job and will just meet 100% provery line this year, and last 2 years are above 125%...


When we file I-134 he will have to put the bank saving there (which is around 7k), what if K1 interview asked for bank letter or explain why he has that amount of deposit or saving? 

Will this be a red flag and deny our application? He has had changed around 12ish jobs in past 5 years, I'm afraid his jobs changing will make them ask for his bank statement. 



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changing jobs is not that big an issue 

the tax returns are

and he will not have to show savings as assests (not even include them in the affidavit of support) unless he does not meet the 100% at this stage

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