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I-134 Date of Form and Evidence

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Is there a date too early to get the I-134 and supporting letters from my employer and bank signed? I’ve received my NOA2 and want to go ahead and pull these things together, but not if it’s too soon to date those items. I could hold off on dating the I-134 until closer to the interview but my employer and bank wouldn’t.

 

Also, has anyone had any issues with the dates of the form not lining up with the date of the evidence (i.e. - letter from employer, letter from bank). I don’t want there to be an issue where the balance of my checking and savings per the I-134 isn’t the same as the balance per the letter from bank since it’s a different date. 

 

Thank you, I apologize in advance if this had been answered recently.

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I self sponsored and got a print of from my Bank on my way to the interview. I did not do a letter, not something London are too bothered about.


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I never was able to completely get all the required information from them, but your bank might be better.  Not sure about the UK embassy but the Bangkok embassy I mainly mentioned w2 and tax statements on the packet 3/4 requirements (nothing about bank statement), although I included bank statements and pay stubs as well just in case.  I didn't include the bank letter because they messed up and didn't get the information I requested (mainly they didn't list the one year average, so I included one year of statements to prove that), even though they guy on the phone wrote it down.  I even went in person, but they wouldn't put my yearly average on there because they didn't want to take the liability in the case they miscalculated it.  You think they should be able to do that with a computer automatically or basic math, but ....

 

I got my employer letter too early, so when I turned in my packet 3, I had my employer update the letter ( I believe i-134 and supporting documents has to be recent within 6 months).  Since you have your NOA2, I would get the forms ready because it shouldn't take them too long to process it and send it to your embassy.

Edited by Madao

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LONDON information:

Skip the bank letter unless you don't have enough salary and need to boost it wth assets. Same for bank statements. Not needed if you have an income.

 

London will approve you if you just take the employer letter and nothing else, as long as it states your salary and the salary is above the poverty level. 

 

My wife prepared the I-134 just before NOA2. 

Edited by Wuozopo

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