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Hi everybody

i really need some help here, i have my interview in Marsh and i am almost done with the documents, but i am confused about the affidavit of support.

my fiancée is a student and she work at the same time but i think that her work is no enough, fortunately my mother in law, her mom, want to be the co-sponsor.

my questions is :

- Do my fiancée and her mother need both to fill the form of affidavit of support ( because i read that somewhere is the website ), or just my mother in law, and which form they need

- What to do after filling it and having the required documents, did they need to send it to the USCIS office where the petition was sent or send it to me so i can take it with me to the interview

my fiancée asked before if we need that affidavit and some said that the consulate in Casablanca don't ask for, however i think i will be asked cause of our case

Thank you in advance


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Both, The consulate wants to see one from the person who filed the petition, and seeing that they do not meet the required income level they will then look at the CO Sponsor's I-134.


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thank you so much

but i am confused about a point here

did they need to send it to the USCIS office and send another ones to me

in other way it will have 4 forms : 2 of my fiancée + 2 of my mother in law

2 forms ( my fiancée's and mother in law )should be sent to the USCIS office & 2 forms ( my fiancée's and mother in law ) should be sent to me

is that what you mean


K-1 Visa Journey:

August 31, 2007: I-129F Sent

September 05, 2007: I-129F NOA1 Received

December 26, 2007: I-129F NOA2 Received

March 13, 2008: Interview Date

March 28, 2008: Visa Issuance

AOS Journey :

June 25, 2008: AOS Packet Sent in Mail

July 08, 2008: I-485 & I-765 NOA Received

July 12 2008: Biometrics Appointment Notice Received

July 24 2008: I-485 Touched / Case transferred to California Service Center "eMail Notification"

July 25 2008: Biometrics Appointment / I-485 Touched / I-765 Touched

July 28 2008: Case transferred to California Service Center "Mail Notification"

July 31 2008: I-485 Touched

August 01 2008: I-485 Touched

August 22 2008: I-485 Touched

September 10 2008: I-485 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 12 2008: I-485 Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident "eMail Notification"

September 16 2008: I-485 Approval notice sent "eMail Notification"

September 17 2008: Green Card received

September 23 2008: I-765 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 29 2008: I-765 Card received

Removal of Conditions Journey :

June 30,2010: I-751 Packet sent in Mail

July 02, 2010: I-751 Delivered

July 07, 2010: Check Cashed

July 12, 2010: NOA1 received (Dated 07/06/2010)

July 31, 2010: Biometrics letter received (Dated 07/27/2010)

August 24, 2010: Biometrics appointment [COMPLETED]

August 25, 2010: Touched

November 03, 2010: Approved

November 06, 2010: Card received [No approval letter]

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thank you so much

but i am confused about a point here

did they need to send it to the USCIS office and send another ones to me

in other way it will have 4 forms : 2 of my fiancée + 2 of my mother in law

2 forms ( my fiancée's and mother in law )should be sent to the USCIS office & 2 forms ( my fiancée's and mother in law ) should be sent to me

is that what you mean

I-134 is sent to foreign citizen just before visa interview for the interview.

OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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CHIN0001_zps9c01d045.gifCHIN0100_zps02549215.gifTAIW0001_zps9a9075f1.gifVIET0001_zps0a49d4a7.gif

Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Hi everybody

i really need some help here, i have my interview in Marsh and i am almost done with the documents, but i am confused about the affidavit of support.

my fiancée is a student and she work at the same time but i think that her work is no enough, fortunately my mother in law, her mom, want to be the co-sponsor.

my questions is :

- Do my fiancée and her mother need both to fill the form of affidavit of support ( because i read that somewhere is the website ), or just my mother in law, and which form they need

- What to do after filling it and having the required documents, did they need to send it to the USCIS office where the petition was sent or send it to me so i can take it with me to the interview

my fiancée asked before if we need that affidavit and some said that the consulate in Casablanca don't ask for, however i think i will be asked cause of our case

Thank you in advance

- Do my fiancée and her mother need both to fill the form of affidavit of support ( because i read that somewhere is the website ), or just my mother in law, and which form they need.

If your mother-in-law will be your sponsor, you only need one form filled for her. It isn't neccesary than your fiancee fills out another. Ahh, the form needs to be notarized, The form is the I-134 and this is the link http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=fe3647a55773d010VgnVCM10000048f3d6a1RCRD&vgnextchannel=db029c7755cb9010VgnVCM10000045f3d6a1RCRD

- What to do after filling it and having the required documents, did they need to send it to the USCIS office where the petition was sent or send it to me so i can take it with me to the interview

You'll need the affidavit for your interview, take it with you to the interview. You don't need sent it to USCIS.

my fiancée asked before if we need that affidavit and some said that the consulate in Casablanca don't ask for, however i think i will be asked cause of our case

In my opinion is better if you have it by if the consul will ask for.

Good luck

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Thank you again

Now i need to tell my baby that she need to fill the i-134

i wish good luck for everyone

GOOD LUCK


K-1 Visa Journey:

August 31, 2007: I-129F Sent

September 05, 2007: I-129F NOA1 Received

December 26, 2007: I-129F NOA2 Received

March 13, 2008: Interview Date

March 28, 2008: Visa Issuance

AOS Journey :

June 25, 2008: AOS Packet Sent in Mail

July 08, 2008: I-485 & I-765 NOA Received

July 12 2008: Biometrics Appointment Notice Received

July 24 2008: I-485 Touched / Case transferred to California Service Center "eMail Notification"

July 25 2008: Biometrics Appointment / I-485 Touched / I-765 Touched

July 28 2008: Case transferred to California Service Center "Mail Notification"

July 31 2008: I-485 Touched

August 01 2008: I-485 Touched

August 22 2008: I-485 Touched

September 10 2008: I-485 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 12 2008: I-485 Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident "eMail Notification"

September 16 2008: I-485 Approval notice sent "eMail Notification"

September 17 2008: Green Card received

September 23 2008: I-765 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 29 2008: I-765 Card received

Removal of Conditions Journey :

June 30,2010: I-751 Packet sent in Mail

July 02, 2010: I-751 Delivered

July 07, 2010: Check Cashed

July 12, 2010: NOA1 received (Dated 07/06/2010)

July 31, 2010: Biometrics letter received (Dated 07/27/2010)

August 24, 2010: Biometrics appointment [COMPLETED]

August 25, 2010: Touched

November 03, 2010: Approved

November 06, 2010: Card received [No approval letter]

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Thank You

YuAndDan & malego77

My respect to you and all the members


K-1 Visa Journey:

August 31, 2007: I-129F Sent

September 05, 2007: I-129F NOA1 Received

December 26, 2007: I-129F NOA2 Received

March 13, 2008: Interview Date

March 28, 2008: Visa Issuance

AOS Journey :

June 25, 2008: AOS Packet Sent in Mail

July 08, 2008: I-485 & I-765 NOA Received

July 12 2008: Biometrics Appointment Notice Received

July 24 2008: I-485 Touched / Case transferred to California Service Center "eMail Notification"

July 25 2008: Biometrics Appointment / I-485 Touched / I-765 Touched

July 28 2008: Case transferred to California Service Center "Mail Notification"

July 31 2008: I-485 Touched

August 01 2008: I-485 Touched

August 22 2008: I-485 Touched

September 10 2008: I-485 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 12 2008: I-485 Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident "eMail Notification"

September 16 2008: I-485 Approval notice sent "eMail Notification"

September 17 2008: Green Card received

September 23 2008: I-765 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 29 2008: I-765 Card received

Removal of Conditions Journey :

June 30,2010: I-751 Packet sent in Mail

July 02, 2010: I-751 Delivered

July 07, 2010: Check Cashed

July 12, 2010: NOA1 received (Dated 07/06/2010)

July 31, 2010: Biometrics letter received (Dated 07/27/2010)

August 24, 2010: Biometrics appointment [COMPLETED]

August 25, 2010: Touched

November 03, 2010: Approved

November 06, 2010: Card received [No approval letter]

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thank you so much

but i am confused about a point here

did they need to send it to the USCIS office and send another ones to me

in other way it will have 4 forms : 2 of my fiancée + 2 of my mother in law

2 forms ( my fiancée's and mother in law )should be sent to the USCIS office & 2 forms ( my fiancée's and mother in law ) should be sent to me

is that what you mean

I-134 is sent to foreign citizen just before visa interview for the interview.

No always, may be my USC fiance was the exception. We didn't receive this form with our packages, we downloaded it from the my country's american consulate website...

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Another point

when i receive the packet3 i found that there is some forms in English (which is normal) and other forms in French .

what should i do upon that ?

fill out the French forms by answering in French ?

or

answer the French forms using English ?

or

get the English versions and fill them out ?

i am just wondering if they will understand French, it's not a problem for me


K-1 Visa Journey:

August 31, 2007: I-129F Sent

September 05, 2007: I-129F NOA1 Received

December 26, 2007: I-129F NOA2 Received

March 13, 2008: Interview Date

March 28, 2008: Visa Issuance

AOS Journey :

June 25, 2008: AOS Packet Sent in Mail

July 08, 2008: I-485 & I-765 NOA Received

July 12 2008: Biometrics Appointment Notice Received

July 24 2008: I-485 Touched / Case transferred to California Service Center "eMail Notification"

July 25 2008: Biometrics Appointment / I-485 Touched / I-765 Touched

July 28 2008: Case transferred to California Service Center "Mail Notification"

July 31 2008: I-485 Touched

August 01 2008: I-485 Touched

August 22 2008: I-485 Touched

September 10 2008: I-485 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 12 2008: I-485 Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident "eMail Notification"

September 16 2008: I-485 Approval notice sent "eMail Notification"

September 17 2008: Green Card received

September 23 2008: I-765 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 29 2008: I-765 Card received

Removal of Conditions Journey :

June 30,2010: I-751 Packet sent in Mail

July 02, 2010: I-751 Delivered

July 07, 2010: Check Cashed

July 12, 2010: NOA1 received (Dated 07/06/2010)

July 31, 2010: Biometrics letter received (Dated 07/27/2010)

August 24, 2010: Biometrics appointment [COMPLETED]

August 25, 2010: Touched

November 03, 2010: Approved

November 06, 2010: Card received [No approval letter]

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Another point

when i receive the packet3 i found that there is some forms in English (which is normal) and other forms in French .

what should i do upon that ?

fill out the French forms by answering in French ?

or

answer the French forms using English ?

or

get the English versions and fill them out ?

i am just wondering if they will understand French, it's not a problem for me

I think that you must answer in English. Does the packet have instructions with about how to file?

Maybe they sent you the information in French but you must file the forms in English.

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Another point

when i receive the packet3 i found that there is some forms in English (which is normal) and other forms in French .

what should i do upon that ?

fill out the French forms by answering in French ?

or

answer the French forms using English ?

or

get the English versions and fill them out ?

i am just wondering if they will understand French, it's not a problem for me

I think that you must answer in English. Does the packet have instructions with about how to file?

Maybe they sent you the information in French but you must file the forms in English.

the packet does not have any instructions about how to file, and this is what makes me think a lot and ask you this question, i am really confused here, can anyone help please


K-1 Visa Journey:

August 31, 2007: I-129F Sent

September 05, 2007: I-129F NOA1 Received

December 26, 2007: I-129F NOA2 Received

March 13, 2008: Interview Date

March 28, 2008: Visa Issuance

AOS Journey :

June 25, 2008: AOS Packet Sent in Mail

July 08, 2008: I-485 & I-765 NOA Received

July 12 2008: Biometrics Appointment Notice Received

July 24 2008: I-485 Touched / Case transferred to California Service Center "eMail Notification"

July 25 2008: Biometrics Appointment / I-485 Touched / I-765 Touched

July 28 2008: Case transferred to California Service Center "Mail Notification"

July 31 2008: I-485 Touched

August 01 2008: I-485 Touched

August 22 2008: I-485 Touched

September 10 2008: I-485 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 12 2008: I-485 Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident "eMail Notification"

September 16 2008: I-485 Approval notice sent "eMail Notification"

September 17 2008: Green Card received

September 23 2008: I-765 Card production ordered "eMail Notification"

September 29 2008: I-765 Card received

Removal of Conditions Journey :

June 30,2010: I-751 Packet sent in Mail

July 02, 2010: I-751 Delivered

July 07, 2010: Check Cashed

July 12, 2010: NOA1 received (Dated 07/06/2010)

July 31, 2010: Biometrics letter received (Dated 07/27/2010)

August 24, 2010: Biometrics appointment [COMPLETED]

August 25, 2010: Touched

November 03, 2010: Approved

November 06, 2010: Card received [No approval letter]

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