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10-21-2005, 11:27 AM
I am getting ready to attend the interview for my fiance in Honduras in November. I have researched and feel fairly confident she will be granted her visa. My question is Will I have enough on my I-134. I make over $35,000 a year and have some money in the bank. Can I include my 401K deposits as Stocks? I have checked and it says I need 125% of the poverty linewhich is around $13,000.I have no dependants. I think I am passed that and have many years of tax returns to prove that. I am getting ready to have the form notarized and would apreciate any advice I might get.
10-21-2005, 01:20 PM
Don't worry. You are more than fine. You only need to include information on your assets (including stocks and shares) if you do not make 125% over the poverty level for the current year. You are also wise to plan on bringing past tax returns with you to the interview.
All the best for your interview. :)
11-01-2005, 08:54 AM
Thanks for your response. I have worried over this for weeks now, and there is less than two weeks left for her interview. I hope that by my attending the interview that it will help. I have all my original documents I.E., Birth certificate, 3 years tax forms, letters from my banks, bank statements, check stubs, anything I could think of that they might ask for with the I-134. I have made 3 copies of everything. Can anyone tell me, if there was something a consular asked them for that I havent thought of? I have searched and searched for something else that I might need. My fiance' has everything that she needs from the list in the packet, and since I am attending the interview, it will be very hard for me to fax her any aditional documents?
11-01-2005, 12:14 PM
I assume you already have evidence of an ongoing relationship? These include photos, e-mails, letters, cards, etc. Also prepare an updated letter of intent to marry. The letter basically states you are legally able and willing to marry so-and-so within 90 days of her arrival in the United States.
11-01-2005, 02:11 PM
Yes, I have evidence of an ongoing relationship, money transfer receipts, emails, cards, passport stamps for 3 different visits. I did not think about a new letter of intent. Do you think my atending the interview is going to help provide that? I will have us both write letters again and take those as well.