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I make a decent income and when I filled out the i129f I stated what my income was. I didn't attach any W-2s because they didn't ask for it they said maybe later they will ask for income verification and they never did. Anyway I got my notice of action one and I got my notice of action too and I got my NVC letter and no my wife will get her interview soon because she just paid the BPI Bank visa fee and my question is does she have to provide any documentation on my income here in America? I don't think so because that's for me to prove to the American government not her. Any comments?

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1 minute ago, Marco green said:

I make a decent income and when I filled out the i129f I stated what my income was. I didn't attach any W-2s because they didn't ask for it they said maybe later they will ask for income verification and they never did. Anyway I got my notice of action one and I got my notice of action too and I got my NVC letter and no my wife will get her interview soon because she just paid the BPI Bank visa fee and my question is does she have to provide any documentation on my income here in America? I don't think so because that's for me to prove to the American government not her. Any comments?

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5 minutes ago, Marco green said:

I make a decent income and when I filled out the i129f I stated what my income was. I didn't attach any W-2s because they didn't ask for it they said maybe later they will ask for income verification and they never did. Anyway I got my notice of action one and I got my notice of action too and I got my NVC letter and no my wife will get her interview soon because she just paid the BPI Bank visa fee and my question is does she have to provide any documentation on my income here in America? I don't think so because that's for me to prove to the American government not her. Any comments?

   I-129F ...  Wife??    I guess you mean fiancee.  ;)  

 

If you have your NVC letter, email a copy to your fiancee, she will need it for the medical at St. Luke's.  As for financial info from you, it is listed in the checklist (step 5) that I linked to you in another posting.   You need to complete the I-134 (just the income part) and include a copy of your most recent tax return and W2 .. email all of this to your fiancee for the interview at the embassy.

 

http://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/k-1-visa-application.html

 

http://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/medical---slec.html

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I don't know if this is just a reply to my own post or if I'm replying to Hank in this post or not I'm on my phone and it's not really clear on how to do a reply but that link doesn't work. The one that's for Hank's magic website

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5 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

   I-129F ...  Wife??    I guess you mean fiancee.  ;)  

 

If you have your NVC letter, email a copy to your fiancee, she will need it for the medical at St. Luke's.  As for financial info from you, it is listed in the checklist (step 5) that I linked to you in another posting.   You need to complete the I-134 (just the income part) and include a copy of your most recent tax return and W2 .. email all of this to your fiancee for the interview at the embassy.

 

http://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/k-1-visa-application.html

 

http://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/medical---slec.html

Yes you are right it was a verbal slip it's fiancee not wife yet LOL

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2 minutes ago, Marco green said:

Yes you are right it was a verbal slip it's fiancee not wife yet LOL

We all do it, but it is a slip the embassy would look at more seriously .. just an FYI


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6 minutes ago, Marco green said:

I don't know if this is just a reply to my own post or if I'm replying to Hank in this post or not I'm on my phone and it's not really clear on how to do a reply but that link doesn't work. The one that's for Hank's magic website

If you use a VPN you will mostly be blocked .. ;)   Most VPNs have been blocked as spammers use them 

 

 

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Yes you do need to prove you make enough money so that the CO believes that your fiancee will not become a public charge.  They have been asking more and more for the I-134 and latest transcripts.  The interview is with the US Government and if you feel like you do not want to share your income with your fiancee there may be some red flags for the CO.  I really suggest you rethink this and just follow what is required per Hank's site.  If the CO sees that you refuse to share your income information with your fiancee they may have questions about the relationship.  The information should be with her for the interview since the odds of it being asked for is higher now than in the past.


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31 minutes ago, John & Rose said:

Yes you do need to prove you make enough money so that the CO believes that your fiancee will not become a public charge.  They have been asking more and more for the I-134 and latest transcripts.  The interview is with the US Government and if you feel like you do not want to share your income with your fiancee there may be some red flags for the CO.  I really suggest you rethink this and just follow what is required per Hank's site.  If the CO sees that you refuse to share your income information with your fiancee they may have questions about the relationship.  The information should be with her for the interview since the odds of it being asked for is higher now than in the past.

Actually the embassy asks less often for the I-134 and supporting documents.    There was a time EVERYONE had to produce them for the interview.   

 

The financial support info is still listed as required on the embassy checklist, so everyone needs to be prepared .. most report back it wasn't asked for.


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Contact Hank: HERE

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...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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