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1 hour ago, Ltbiblis said:

Fiance’s Interview is in 6 weeks. When should i get an employment letter from my employer? Now? A week before? And can i just print my tax returns from HR Block website or do I need to call the IRS for transcripts?

1. If it is possible to get it close to the interview date, then do it. However, I would say within 4 weeks before interview date is  very recent. 


Note: I did not use one for my CR-1 as I have been on same company’s W-2 for years.


2. To be safe, get a return transcript from IRS.


They still accepted my tax return form 1040 + W2 (2017) last April but transcript seems to become standard.

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On 6/13/2019 at 6:20 PM, Ltbiblis said:

Fiance has her interview Last week of July. Im starting a new job July 1st. Should i get an employment letter from my current job of 9 years or from my new job? 

Tough one, I would get one from each. The old job shows stability of income over the long-term and the new job which is really your current income at the time of her interview, shows the continuation of your ability to provide support. This is just my opinion so don't take it as gospel.

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