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In my divorce decree I was offered 50% of a checking account with my ex as a means of pooling money together for the mortgage. For a long time a lot of my money was deposited in that account, I would pay my credit card that is linked to the account and would put my share in for the mortgage. 
I only recently changed my account to make my personal account receive the direct deposit for my paychecks. 
when it comes time for me to get a bank letter for the I-134 will I document all my accounts? 
Also, can I request that the bank documents my deposits only in a letter? 
 

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23 minutes ago, eirinlinn said:

In my divorce decree I was offered 50% of a checking account with my ex as a means of pooling money together for the mortgage. For a long time a lot of my money was deposited in that account, I would pay my credit card that is linked to the account and would put my share in for the mortgage. 
I only recently changed my account to make my personal account receive the direct deposit for my paychecks. 
when it comes time for me to get a bank letter for the I-134 will I document all my accounts? 
Also, can I request that the bank documents my deposits only in a letter? 
 

Is your income sufficient on its own?  If so, why are you going after bank information?


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3 hours ago, eirinlinn said:

In my divorce decree I was offered 50% of a checking account with my ex as a means of pooling money together for the mortgage. For a long time a lot of my money was deposited in that account, I would pay my credit card that is linked to the account and would put my share in for the mortgage. 
I only recently changed my account to make my personal account receive the direct deposit for my paychecks. 
when it comes time for me to get a bank letter for the I-134 will I document all my accounts? 
Also, can I request that the bank documents my deposits only in a letter? 
 

You still own a home with your ex?

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@Jorgedig and before you ask; no we don’t live together. 

4 hours ago, payxibka said:

Is your income sufficient on its own?  If so, why are you going after bank information?

My income is sufficient and well above. Wouldn’t I need it as proof?

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12 minutes ago, eirinlinn said:

 

My income is sufficient and well above. Wouldn’t I need it as proof?

If you are already there from a current income standpoint,  why would you ?  Assets are typically used to provide for shortfalls 


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5 minutes ago, payxibka said:

If you are already there from a current income standpoint,  why would you ?  Assets are typically used to provide for shortfalls 

I didn’t really think of it as an asset I guess more like a piece of evidence that that is truly the amount of money that I’m making. 

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9 minutes ago, eirinlinn said:

I didn’t really think of it as an asset I guess more like a piece of evidence that that is truly the amount of money that I’m making. 

Tax transcripts,  tax returns & w2s or paystubs do that.  Your consulate may stipulate exactly the information they want to see.  Always default to local instructions. 


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@JorgedigLong story short things got complicated with the divorce and and my ex and I both mutually agreed to sell the home at a 'later date' until we could get our ducks in a row to sell it. 😕 

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2 hours ago, eirinlinn said:

@JorgedigLong story short things got complicated with the divorce and and my ex and I both mutually agreed to sell the home at a 'later date' until we could get our ducks in a row to sell it. 😕 

Hopefully you can sort that out before your fiancee's AOS interview.

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3 hours ago, payxibka said:

Tax transcripts,  tax returns & w2s or paystubs do that.  Your consulate may stipulate exactly the information they want to see.  Always default to local instructions. 

Can I just do a tax transcript when I file this year's? Or do they need the last three years? The B&H consulate just refers me to the regular uscis page for K1 instructions.. 

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24 minutes ago, eirinlinn said:

Can I just do a tax transcript when I file this year's? Or do they need the last three years? The B&H consulate just refers me to the regular uscis page for K1 instructions.. 

Right now, but consulate instructions will be forthcoming after the petition arrives.   Instructions may be contained therein 


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Just now, payxibka said:

Right now, but consulate instructions will be forthcoming after the petition arrives.   Instructions may be contained therein 

Good to know! Thank you :) 

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