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Juarez: I-134 form needed?

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We recently received our package of interview preparation instructions from the consulate in Mexico and there is no mention of the I-134 form. Instead, they included instructions (Form OF-167 ENG) for providing evidence that my fiancee is not likely to become a public charge. The suggested documents are similar to those mentioned in the Visa Journey guidelines, but there is no mention of the I-134 form itself.

Does anyone know if this form is or is not required at the Ciudad Juarez consulate in Mexico?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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We recently received our package of interview preparation instructions from the consulate in Mexico and there is no mention of the I-134 form. Instead, they included instructions (Form OF-167 ENG) for providing evidence that my fiancee is not likely to become a public charge. The suggested documents are similar to those mentioned in the Visa Journey guidelines, but there is no mention of the I-134 form itself.

Does anyone know if this form is or is not required at the Ciudad Juarez consulate in Mexico?

hi kjs. we literally got our visa's today. yes. you do need the i134 notarized. you can get it on here or the uscis website.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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We recently received our package of interview preparation instructions from the consulate in Mexico and there is no mention of the I-134 form. Instead, they included instructions (Form OF-167 ENG) for providing evidence that my fiancee is not likely to become a public charge. The suggested documents are similar to those mentioned in the Visa Journey guidelines, but there is no mention of the I-134 form itself.

Does anyone know if this form is or is not required at the Ciudad Juarez consulate in Mexico?

hi kjs. we literally got our visa's today. yes. you do need the i134 notarized. you can get it on here or the uscis website.

excuse me, what else do we need, i'm leaving da 21st to juarez and i just want to make sure if i'm not missing something

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