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I134 Instructions...Transcripts vs. Bank Statements

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I searched this site and found partial answers to the question that I have regarding the I134 Form  (Affidavit of Support).


The Form's instructions list nothing about submitting Tax Transcripts.....It asks for:

1.  Statement from Bank  stating....date account opened....total amount deposited for past year and, present balance.

2. Letter from Employer on Co. Letterhead stating.....date and nature of employment, salary and whether position is temp or perm.....

3. Self-Employment tax return......
4. Serial number of bonds and name of record owner


I see nothing about transcripts yet I'm reading people who say transcripts suffice and can be used in lieu of bank info.....

My concern is that during this process my bank account has gone up, down, up etc (mostly due to my relationship with my Cuban SO,  AND my sending money to my own family in CUBA as well--I'm Cuban American, and helping my daughter with Nursing school)......I meet the income requirements though....as indicated in my 3 years of tax transcripts that I pulled from the IRS website.....

Do you think my low balances will hurt?


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