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I-134 #10 question..help!!

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I take a look again on my affidavit of support my fiance made a mistake on the "date submitted" item #10 on i-134 it should be 1/xx/2015 but it was 2/xx/2015 and same on the date he signed the i-134 2/xx/2015.. This is not a problem? I will not get 221g on this? Coz if he will send another one he will spend again $140 :(


01-11-2015: Submitted I-129F petition

01-15-2015: USCIS received the package i-129f

01-21-2015: Received notification with receipt no.

01-27-2015: Received hard copy of NOA1

02-02-2015: Approved petition (yay!!! So fast)

02-06-2015: Received hard copy of NOA2

02-18-2015: Assigned MNL case #

03-03-2015: Received hard copy of NVC Letter

03-16-2015: Medical

03-17-2015: Medical result passed!(Thank god)

03-30-2015: Interview (Passed! Thank god)

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Nope, in fact #10 can be left blank (unless he submitted another petition for someone else) as you are listed in #3


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Nope, in fact #10 can be left blank (unless he submitted another petition for someone else) as you are listed in #3

No he never submitted before. So no problem if the date he used are the same? Because he submitted january 2015 for the petition, then he filled up i-134 February 2015. But when i checked today its same February 2015.


01-11-2015: Submitted I-129F petition

01-15-2015: USCIS received the package i-129f

01-21-2015: Received notification with receipt no.

01-27-2015: Received hard copy of NOA1

02-02-2015: Approved petition (yay!!! So fast)

02-06-2015: Received hard copy of NOA2

02-18-2015: Assigned MNL case #

03-03-2015: Received hard copy of NVC Letter

03-16-2015: Medical

03-17-2015: Medical result passed!(Thank god)

03-30-2015: Interview (Passed! Thank god)

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No he never submitted before. So no problem if the date he used are the same? Because he submitted january 2015 for the petition, then he filled up i-134 February 2015. But when i checked today its same February 2015.

no issue... I would not be concerned.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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