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Hi guys,

I and my USC fiance are in the process of gathering information before we submit our forms.

1. Re: I-134, Affidavit of Support

I have children but the USC is not the biological father. Will we still include them in the I-134 even if they will not follow and will not be able to enjoy the benefits of the K2 Visa?

** FYI, we are still in the process of getting our footing before we get them. Hence, my children will be on a separate petition. **

Any input on this is highly appreciated!


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 and my USC fiance are in the process of gathering information before we submit our forms.

1. Re: I-134, Affidavit of Support

I have children but the USC is not the biological father. Will we still include them in the I-134 even if they will not follow and will not be able to enjoy the benefits of the K2 Visa? First of all, the I-134 does not need to be included with the petition packet, the beneficiary will need the form with supporting documents when attending K-1 visa interview. Children that are not follow the benficiary do not need to be included on the I-134.

** FYI, we are still in the process of getting our footing before we get them. Hence, my children will be on a separate petition. **


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Thanks for your help! Another question...

Can we place cars in the assets he owns? What are the examples for this?


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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Thanks for your help! Another question...

Can we place cars in the assets he owns? What are the examples for this?

If he has multiple cars and only uses one for his personal use, he can list the others as assets. And other assets could be real estate (other than the home you own), stocks/bonds, and other investments.

edited to add: none of that matters if the petitioner has a job with an income that matches the minimum requirement.

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Removing Conditions Timeline

Aug. 10, '17: Mailed in I-751

Aug. 21, '17: NOA1

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If he has multiple cars and only uses one for his personal use, he can list the others as assets. And other assets could be real estate (other than the home you own), stocks/bonds, and other investments.

edited to add: none of that matters if the petitioner has a job with an income that matches the minimum requirement.

Thank you for the input! If you could be so kind and help us out with the questions on the image below. It would be fantastic!

1. Personal Property

What are the examples of this? Can this be gadgets or computers, what else?

2. Life Insurance

We are clueless on what to write here as well as in the cash surrender value part too :(

Sorry for being such a noob :(


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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Thank you for the input! If you could be so kind and help us out with the questions on the image below. It would be fantastic!

1. Personal Property

What are the examples of this? Can this be gadgets or computers, what else?

2. Life Insurance

We are clueless on what to write here as well as in the cash surrender value part too :(

Sorry for being such a noob :(

Sorry, I don't the answers to those. I'm guessing computers and gadgets don't have a high enough value to matter. It would probably be cars (other than the one you use for personal use), and other property that could be sold for a high value.

As for life insurance, I'm clueless on that. Good luck!


Removing Conditions Timeline

Aug. 10, '17: Mailed in I-751

Aug. 21, '17: NOA1

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Thank you for the input! If you could be so kind and help us out with the questions on the image below. It would be fantastic!

1. Personal Property

What are the examples of this? Can this be gadgets or computers, what else?

2. Life Insurance

We are clueless on what to write here as well as in the cash surrender value part too :(

Sorry for being such a noob :(

Does his current annual income meet the requirement for his household size plus you?

If he has enough income, then just leave the entire part about assets blank. They are only needed if you don't have enough income and need to make up the shortcoming with assets.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Does his current annual income meet the requirement for his household size plus you?

If he has enough income, then just leave the entire part about assets blank. They are only needed if you don't have enough income and need to make up the shortcoming with assets.

Thank you for the input KayDeeCee! Yes, he does have enough income. There's only himself in the household. Then I will add in to that which totals to 2. And, his income is around $21,000 annually. The poverty guideline is, I think, around $19,200?

Do you think we should just add the assets part in terms of the bank deposits and the life insurance just to be sure?

We are clueless about the life insurance thing. If you could help us out :(

Sorry, I don't the answers to those. I'm guessing computers and gadgets don't have a high enough value to matter. It would probably be cars (other than the one you use for personal use), and other property that could be sold for a high value.

As for life insurance, I'm clueless on that. Good luck!

Got it! Thank you so much usmsbow :)

In addition, he has two life insurance things. What will we put there, the two of them? And, what value will we place? When he dies? Sorry, totally clueless on the matter.


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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Super clueless:

1. Life insurance in the sum of?
What is this if he has two?
2. Cash surrender value of?
What is this too?
We are desperate :(

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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Super clueless:

1. Life insurance in the sum of?
What is this if he has two?
2. Cash surrender value of?
What is this too?
We are desperate :(

This is all information that is irrelative and CO in US Embassy in Manila does not care.

Never heard of assets being used.

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Skip that part, only include income and tax return. And there is a possibility they don't even ask for I-134 but they might

Thank you for the input! If you could be so kind and help us out with the questions on the image below. It would be fantastic!

1. Personal Property

What are the examples of this? Can this be gadgets or computers, what else?

2. Life Insurance

We are clueless on what to write here as well as in the cash surrender value part too :(

Sorry for being such a noob :(

You do know that these forms really need to be filled out by the petitioner, not the beneficiary.

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Super clueless:

1. Life insurance in the sum of?
What is this if he has two?
2. Cash surrender value of?
What is this too?
We are desperate :(

You answered that his income was enough, so why would you still continue trying to fill out the assets section? Again, if the income meets the requirement, and his does, then you leave the assets section blank, as in you do not answer any of those.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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