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I'd like to know what's the difference between I-134 and I-864. Please help! :innocent::help:


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Hi,

I'd like to know what's the difference between I-134 and I-864. Please help! :innocent::help:

The I-134 is intended for non-immigrants (students, temporary workers, etc) while the I-864 is for immigrants. Technically, K1 visa holders enter the United States as non-immigrants. The K1 visa is conditional and only allows them to stay in the United States only 90 days if they do not get married. Of course most K1 visa holders will chose to get married. Once they are married they will need to apply for immigrant status (Adjustment of Status) and the I-864 is used for this.


10-17-2006. I-129F filed.

10-19-2006. NOA1

01-25-2007. NOA2

02-12-2007. NVC notification saying petition is approved.

05-11-2007. Packet 3 received.

05-14-2007. Packet 3 forms sent.

06-16-2007. Packet 4 received.

07-03-2007. Medical examination.

07-10-2007. Interview. Passed!!!!

07-12-2007. Received visa.

07-18-2007. Applied for Marriage License.

08-04-2007. Fan arrives in the United States.

08-08-2007. Married.

08-24-2007. Applications for AOS, EAD, and Advance Parole.

08-30-2007. NOA for AOS.

09-07-2007. Applied for SSN.

09-18-2007. NOA for EAD and Advance Parole.

09-20-2007. Received SS card.

10-05-2007. Received appointment date for biometrics.

10-23-2007. Received Advance Parole.

11-02-2007. Biometrics.

11-06-2007. AOS transfered to CSC.

11-07-2007. EAD approved.

11-16-2007. EAD card received.

12-06-2007. AOS approved.

12-14-2007. Green Card Received in mail.

09-05-2009. I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence sent.

09-16-2009. NOA and biometrics appointment received.

10-13-2009. Biometrics.

10-26-2009. USCIS email. Approved. Card production ordered.

10-29-2009. Approval notice, dated 10-26, arrives in mail.

11-02-2009. Green Card arrives in mail.

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From what I can tell, or from my experience, the I-134(promise to be able to support the incoming spouse to USA) is for interviews at US embassy in spouse's country and the I-864 is more severe and binding, more like a guarantee you make in contract with the US Federal Governent to support above poverty living standards for the foriegn spouse, used in the US when you apply for the AOS application process. :crying:

Hi,

I'd like to know what's the difference between I-134 and I-864. Please help! :innocent::help:

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