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Yes, you would attach a copy of your bank account statement (delete account #) and deed to your home to the I-134 Affidavit of Support your fiancé takes to her interview.
is that all? on the form wont it ask for income?
On the form it asks for income but the point of the income is to show the fiancé will not become a public charge.
Therefore, you may attach a copy of your evidence of assets which the government can attach in the event she collects welfare benefits to seek reimbursement from you.
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