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I-134 Affidavit of Support Inquiry

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Hi All,

 

Seeking for your insight for the Affidavit of Support (I-134) coz says for the past 3 years.
So 2017 for him  was travelling and no work and didn’t generate income and didn’t meet the income requirement for that year but following year 2018 and currently is good.

 

Question is…
Can we just put the 2018 year and this year will it be sufficient?

Does it really needed in the interview because from  what I have research some  who already done with their interview,  Consul didn't ask for the affidavit of support so is it only depends on the consul who will interview and ask for it?

 

Or any advice what we will do for the I-134 by the way Im from Philippines.

 

Thank you.

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10 minutes ago, immafey said:

Hi All,

 

Seeking for your insight for the Affidavit of Support (I-134) coz says for the past 3 years.
So 2017 for him  was travelling and no work and didn’t generate income and didn’t meet the income requirement for that year but following year 2018 and currently is good.

 

Question is…
Can we just put the 2018 year and this year will it be sufficient?

Does it really needed in the interview because from  what I have research some  who already done with their interview,  Consul didn't ask for the affidavit of support so is it only depends on the consul who will interview and ask for it?

 

Or any advice what we will do for the I-134 by the way Im from Philippines.

 

Thank you.

Manila will be ok with 1 year and/or current pay stubs.  There is a good chance they won't ask, however,  you should be prepared if they do.  We were asked 


YMMV

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My research tells me that the interviewing officer will probably not ask but some will. So you should have it with you. Bring bring whatever data you have. They are not going to comb thru every i-134 supporting documents. They will look at the income level on the I-134. When you do AOS,  you will have to submit another Affidavit of Support. That is when they will probably look more closely.

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33 minutes ago, Prisonmate said:

My research tells me that the interviewing officer will probably not ask but some will. So you should have it with you. Bring bring whatever data you have. They are not going to comb thru every i-134 supporting documents. They will look at the income level on the I-134. When you do AOS,  you will have to submit another Affidavit of Support. That is when they will probably look more closely.

We got asked for it at the pre-interview document drop off desk not by the consular officer 


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