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Dear all, I need your help! We are organizing our documents for the Interview coming-up soon and want to have all of our bases covered.

 

My fiancé is the petitioner and a student since 2015. He has not worked at all during this time but has lived off student loans. His last tax return was from 2015. For the I-134 affidavit of support, his mom will so kindly help us as a joint sponsor. I understand that both my fiancé and his mother will need to fill-out the affidavit separately.

 

His mom has sent us W2s, last year's tax return, IRS transcripts (2017),  Paystubs, Letter from the Employer and Letter from the bank with her account info.

 

My fiancé has sent me: IRS transcripts (from 2015), enrollment letter from his school, statements showing loan money per year (since 2015) and a letter from the bank.

 

Question: Does he need anything else? Has anyone else gone through this at the Montreal consulate in the past year?

 

Your help is much appreciated!

 

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