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I'm unemployed how do I fill out #7 of the i-134? (K1 visa)

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I have the support of my father with the affidavit, he has taken responsibility for my fiancee because currently I am living with her outside of the States. My dad has already gathered all the documents and filled out the forms for his affidavit of support and I obviously plan to get a job as soon as I enter the US with her but for right now I am unemployed, living from money I had saved up from my last full time job....

I need help with how to fill out the #7 part of the i-134 form the Affidavit of support.

should there be "none", "unemployed" "n/a"... and what should I have in each blank? I just don't want to have any mistakes at all because we will have our interview soon and I want things to go as smoothly as possible with no errors.

If you have experienced this I could really use your help.

Thank you :)

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