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I-134 Affidavit of Support and 1099 form

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Hi,

 

There’s a lot of info for W2 form employee, but I use 1099 form. I’m contracted to work through an agency, making estimated quarterly payments as well. Technically I’m considered self employed even though I’m contracted to a work place. 

 

I’m ready to include last years tax return, 1099 form, and some pay stubs. I’m not sure if I would send a letter from my agency since I’m contracted. Do I need bank statements? I know that I am above the poverty line for sure. 

 

What else should I include? Please help clarify....Thanks very much

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48 minutes ago, Courtjeffster said:

Hi,

 

There’s a lot of info for W2 form employee, but I use 1099 form. I’m contracted to work through an agency, making estimated quarterly payments as well. Technically I’m considered self employed even though I’m contracted to a work place. 

 

I’m ready to include last years tax return, 1099 form, and some pay stubs. I’m not sure if I would send a letter from my agency since I’m contracted. Do I need bank statements? I know that I am above the poverty line for sure. 

 

What else should I include? Please help clarify....Thanks very much

If your prior year tax return had sufficient income,  you should be fine.   That is if Manila even asks for financial evidence,  which may only be 10% of the time 


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9 hours ago, Courtjeffster said:

Hi,

 

There’s a lot of info for W2 form employee, but I use 1099 form. I’m contracted to work through an agency, making estimated quarterly payments as well. Technically I’m considered self employed even though I’m contracted to a work place. 

 

I’m ready to include last years tax return, 1099 form, and some pay stubs. I’m not sure if I would send a letter from my agency since I’m contracted. Do I need bank statements? I know that I am above the poverty line for sure. 

 

What else should I include? Please help clarify....Thanks very much

1099 or W2  sort of samo-samo.    For the embassy in the Philippines you do not need the employer letter (unless you are a new employee) and you don't need bank statements.  Don't even need pay stubs normally.

 

As long as your gross income, shown in your tax return, meets or exceeds the I-864P 125% guidelines you should be fine with just the I-134, most recent tax return and W2/1099.

 

If you have further questions here is the link to the Philippines forum https://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/129-philippines/

 

https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

 

 


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4 hours ago, Hank_ said:

1099 or W2  sort of samo-samo.    For the embassy in the Philippines you do not need the employer letter (unless you are a new employee) and you don't need bank statements.  Don't even need pay stubs normally.

 

As long as your gross income, shown in your tax return, meets or exceeds the I-864P 125% guidelines you should be fine with just the I-134, most recent tax return and W2/1099.

 

If you have further questions here is the link to the Philippines forum https://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/129-philippines/

 

https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

 

 

Since OP stated he is 1099 and employment letter would be pretty much a waste of time and may seem as if he is actually an employee and not a subcontract labor since he is only has 1099 and not W2's B-)


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as said  - employer letter not needed, nor bank statements

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Hank

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Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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