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if the petitioners current income is sufficient (and verifiable) it does not need to be included. Though including more is always better.


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8 minutes ago, runninggirl said:

Ok so I can just leave it blank?
We tried to get a bank statement but they are making it more than difficult.

I am including the 2017 tax return, pay stubs and a letter from his employer.

blank or n/a

 

you should be able to print off a bank a statement lol

 

use the tax transcripts, pay stubs and letter


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2 minutes ago, debbiedoo said:

blank or n/a

 

you should be able to print off a bank a statement lol

 

use the tax transcripts, pay stubs and letter

Lol, it is not just a regular bank statement

It has to be a statement from an officer of the bank and should incl. specific information (according to the i-134 instructions) :) 

 

Thank you!

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11 minutes ago, runninggirl said:

Lol, it is not just a regular bank statement

It has to be a statement from an officer of the bank and should incl. specific information (according to the i-134 instructions) :) 

 

Thank you!

mainly if you are self employed and having to document your income though bank statements.

 

if its in addition to employment and not critical for the income guidelines, a regular statement would suffice :)


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2 hours ago, runninggirl said:

@Greenbaum would you mind giving me your opinion as well?

I know you have a lot of experience and knowledge.

I can't add more then @debbiedoohas as she is spot on. Her knowledge is extensive so you should find comfort in her answers. 😉😀🙃


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38 minutes ago, MikeMc said:

Why use paystubs/Taxes?

Curent Letter from Employer is all that is required per the I-134 instructions.

 

The paystubs/last 3 years of taxes is not needed til you file the AOS.

There are many consulates where they expect to see much more, and it is standard protocol. Supporting documentation is always a good thing.


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Hi everyone!

I am confusing to collect all the document needed for interview. All the documents below here are what I think is enough for affidavit of support to be presented at interview. Can anyone had experience help me to add more if there is missing information.

 

 1. Statement from employer including work position and salary paid. (correct me if there is more things to be included in the letter)

 2. The most recent pay stubs to interview date.

 3. The most recent (2017) tax transcript from IRS. (I've seen many people collect 3 years of tax return)

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Is other things such as bank statement, date account opened, present balance are really necessary for interview? 

Thank you!

  

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On 11/19/2018 at 7:34 AM, runninggirl said:

Lol, it is not just a regular bank statement

It has to be a statement from an officer of the bank and should incl. specific information (according to the i-134 instructions) :) 

 

Thank you!

It might differ on the specific consulate, but I just had my interview in Montreal, Canada. My fiancé was not able to get a statement from an officer of the bank to give to me either, so instead this is what we did:

- Got a a document showing the date the account was opened

- Printed off two statements from the previous two months. 

 

So I went to the interview and gave the IRS tax transcripts and the income tax return docs, with two bank statements (September & October) plus the document with the date the bank account was opened, and it was not an issue. The person at the consulate didn't even blink an eye when I explicitly told her that I only had two statements and a document showing the date the account was opened. We didn't even print off 12 months of statements showing the entire years worth of withdrawals/deposits, but again, it may be consulate specific on what they are expecting. Plus, my fiance's income tax already showed he made more than enough to support me, so that probably helped too, as the bank info was just additional information for them. 


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