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Hi guys,

I and my US fiance are very new to this and are gathering required information before we start filing I-129F's. Please bear with us and any help would be greatly appreciated.

We understand that there are some documents that my US citizen fiance needs to send me.

1. What are the documents that he needs to send me here in the Philippines?

2. Should these be original copies? Photocopies? Or will USCIS send back the I-129F packet and that's what he will send me?

3. For the I-134 (Affidavit of Support), W-2 and the Tax Return (pls let me know what kind of form this is) - should these be original copies? Photocopies? Should these be signed?

Please help us out. We are clueless and lawyers are expensive. I'm relying on you fellow VJers :)

More power!

Edited by MadamBaby

K1:

May 12, 2015: I-129F Sent via USPS Overnight Mail

May 19, 2015: NOA1

June 23, 2015: NOA2

July 21, 2015: NVC Case Number Received

July 23, 2015: Consulate Received / CEAC "Ready" Status

August 17, 2015: Packet 3 Received

September 9 & 10, 2015: SLEC Medical Examination (Passed)

September 22, 2015: Interview (Approved)

October 3, 2015: Visa On Hand

February 26, 2016: CFO Seminar

March 2, 2016: POE (Las Vegas McCarran)

May 18, 2016: Marriage

AOS:

June 3, 2016: AOS Sent via USPS Express Mail

June 15, 2016: Text Messages with Receipt Numbers

June 22, 2016: NOA 1 Hardcopy

June 28, 2016: Biometrics Notice

July 5, 2016: Biometrics

August 19, 2016: EAD/AP Approved

August 24, 2016: EAD/AP Card Mailed & Receipt of NOA 2 Hardcopy

January 12, 2017: Service Request

April 4, 2017: AOS Interview

  • RFE: DS-3025 not transcribed to I-693
  • April 17, 2017: RFE Submitted

April 25, 2017: AOS Approved

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I 134, but as of the last few months embassy is not requiring it. Wet signature. But suggest sending it if needed.

You can use Hanks Guide it will hopefully save you some money and try to do AOS on your own, very simple

http://visaconnection-philippines.com/#

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I 134, but as of the last few months embassy is not requiring it. Wet signature. But suggest sending it if needed.

You can use Hanks Guide it will hopefully save you some money and try to do AOS on your own, very simple

http://visaconnection-philippines.com/#

Thank you so much! :)

I-134 original with Ink signature and date and send through MAIL

W2 and Federal Tax Return all pages - only photocopies, No signature needed, he can send this to email

Thank you so much! Will USCIS return his I-129F packet? If so, should he send these to me or should he just create an exact replica of his I-129F and that's what he's going to send?


K1:

May 12, 2015: I-129F Sent via USPS Overnight Mail

May 19, 2015: NOA1

June 23, 2015: NOA2

July 21, 2015: NVC Case Number Received

July 23, 2015: Consulate Received / CEAC "Ready" Status

August 17, 2015: Packet 3 Received

September 9 & 10, 2015: SLEC Medical Examination (Passed)

September 22, 2015: Interview (Approved)

October 3, 2015: Visa On Hand

February 26, 2016: CFO Seminar

March 2, 2016: POE (Las Vegas McCarran)

May 18, 2016: Marriage

AOS:

June 3, 2016: AOS Sent via USPS Express Mail

June 15, 2016: Text Messages with Receipt Numbers

June 22, 2016: NOA 1 Hardcopy

June 28, 2016: Biometrics Notice

July 5, 2016: Biometrics

August 19, 2016: EAD/AP Approved

August 24, 2016: EAD/AP Card Mailed & Receipt of NOA 2 Hardcopy

January 12, 2017: Service Request

April 4, 2017: AOS Interview

  • RFE: DS-3025 not transcribed to I-693
  • April 17, 2017: RFE Submitted

April 25, 2017: AOS Approved

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Hi guys,

I and my US fiance are very new to this and are gathering required information before we start filing I-129F's. Please bear with us and any help would be greatly appreciated.

We understand that there are some documents that my US citizen fiance needs to send me.

1. What are the documents that he needs to send me here in the Philippines?

2. Should these be original copies? Photocopies? Or will USCIS send back the I-129F packet and that's what he will send me?

3. For the I-134 (Affidavit of Support), W-2 and the Tax Return (pls let me know what kind of form this is) - should these be original copies? Photocopies? Should these be signed?

Please help us out. We are clueless and lawyers are expensive. I'm relying on you fellow VJers :)

More power!

Only the I-134 needed to have original signature, copy of tax return and W2.

Everything else from your fiance (USC) can be copies and can be emailed as well.

Follow the embassy instructions letter as to what is needed for the interview.

Also read up on what CFO asks for and have copies of those things.

Details in the link below, follow the flashing arrow.

Then jump over to the Philippines forum for better answers relating to the process in Manila. http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/129-philippines/

Edited by Hank_

Hank

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

 

Contact Hank: HERE

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