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I filed an I-134 with my original I-129(f) application, even though it might not have been necessary to do so. But that was last August. Do you think I should fill out a new one? The only thing that would be different is the date, my income was a little bit less in 2007 (but still well above the red zone), and I have a LOT more money in the bank now. What do you think?

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I filed an I-134 with my original I-129(f) application, even though it might not have been necessary to do so. But that was last August. Do you think I should fill out a new one? The only thing that would be different is the date, my income was a little bit less in 2007 (but still well above the red zone), and I have a LOT more money in the bank now. What do you think?

I don't really know but I would ger a new one for the interview ....just to make sure :star:

(F)


Laurence

10/15/2007 NOA1

04/29/2008 RFE by email

05/03/2008 RFE hard copy received

Reply to RFE sent 05/05/2008

RFE received at CSC 05/06/2008

NOA2 05/15/2008

NOA2 hard copy 05/19/2008

Packet 3 received 06/09/2008

Packet 3 completed and sent 06/10/2008

Medical 06/11/2008

Packet 3 received @ Embassy 06/12/2008

Packet 4 07/03/2008

Interview 07/17/2008

POE 07/31/2008

Wedding 08/08/2008

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Melrose Plant

Good question. I wasn't going to fill out a new I-134. I just have the most recent data on my income such as: latest paycheck, 2007 IRS transcript and 2007 W2. I don't see any reason to fill out a new form but I guess it can't hurt. You can never have too much evidence!


06-29-09 received GC in mail

4-18-11 mailed I-751 CSC

CIS Office : California Service Center

Date Filed : 2011-04-18

NOA Date Received : 2011-06-06

Date on NOA: 2011-04-22

Bio. Appt. : 2011-06-24

Had to make an Info Pass appointment because there was a delay in receiving the NOA for our I-751. Never found out the reason for the delay but they gave Thao a 1 year green card stamp in her passport and we got a the NOA 2 days later.

Approved: 2011-09-23

Notice sent: 2011-09-28

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I filed an I-134 with my original I-129(f) application, even though it might not have been necessary to do so. But that was last August. Do you think I should fill out a new one? The only thing that would be different is the date, my income was a little bit less in 2007 (but still well above the red zone), and I have a LOT more money in the bank now. What do you think?

Melrose Plant,

better fill-out the new one. Mine was last month.


Second K1: I-129F Timeline

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Sept 15, 2007: I-129F sent to VSC

Sept 24, 2007: NOA1 hard copy received

Jan 25, 2008: Approved

Feb 01, 2008: NOA2 hard copy received

April 24, 20008: Interviewed

May 06, 2008: Received Visa

May 11, 2008: Entry to US "Chicago"

May 15, 2008: Registered Marriage's license

Sept 19, 2008: Received Green Card w/o interview

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***Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence

June 19,2010 - I751 Package sent to VSC

June 28,2010 - Received NOA1

July 07, 2010 - Biometrics appt

August 09, 2010 - Approved w/o Interview

August 19, 2010 - 10 Year Green Card Received

++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Feb 2012 - Received U.S Citizenship

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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OK, I got another I-134 filled out. Simple enough. OK, why can nothing be simple? 1st: Since I filed one before, I put that I filed one before, right? Even though it was for the same pending application, and hasn't really had a chance to take effect? 2nd: The first one, filled out by a lawyer, I believe was filled out incorrectly. It put BOTH my fiancee and my son as full dependents. The question is worded in the present, not the future. So I am thinking my fiancee shouldn't have been on there? She is not dependent on me financially, and certainly not fully dependent. She WILL be, of course, but I can't go crossing out words on the form now, can I? Even my son is not FULLY dependent on me, it is spelled out fairly clearly in the divorce decree who is responsible for what, and what costs will be split.

What to do, what to do.

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OK, I got another I-134 filled out. Simple enough. OK, why can nothing be simple? 1st: Since I filed one before, I put that I filed one before, right? Even though it was for the same pending application, and hasn't really had a chance to take effect? 2nd: The first one, filled out by a lawyer, I believe was filled out incorrectly. It put BOTH my fiancee and my son as full dependents. The question is worded in the present, not the future. So I am thinking my fiancee shouldn't have been on there? She is not dependent on me financially, and certainly not fully dependent. She WILL be, of course, but I can't go crossing out words on the form now, can I? Even my son is not FULLY dependent on me, it is spelled out fairly clearly in the divorce decree who is responsible for what, and what costs will be split.

What to do, what to do.

1st. A cover letter explaining the reason(s) for updating (or replacing) the I-134 is a good idea since the Consulate already has the one filed with the I-129f. A call and/or email to them is also a good idea so you have a record of telling them about the change. If you call, try to the name of who you talk to and/or get them to make of note about this in your case file.

2nd. Dependents on the I-134 are the ones listed on your tax return for the year(s) that you are submiting with the I-134. Unless you claimed her as a dependent, she's not to be listed. If you listed your son as a dependent on your taxes, then he should be listed in the same way on the I-134. If you are thinking of crossing out things on the original I-134, no, that will only confuse the Consulate in my opinion. A correct I-134 with the necessary evidence with the cover letter explaining why you have two different I-134s should be fine.

Good Luck and get the pink!

Peter and Thi

I-129F Sent : 2007-05-26

I-129F NOA1 : 2007-06-11

I-129F RFE(s) :

RFE Reply(s) :

I-129F NOA2 : 2007-10-26

Touched: 2007-11-02

NVC Recieved: 2007-11-16

Consulate recieved ??????

Packet 3 sent 2007-12-11

Packet 3 received 2007-12-24

Packet 3 returned 2007-12-28

Packet 4 sent 2008-1-14

Email Reply with Interview Date 2008-1-23

Interview Date 2008-2-27

Passed Interview 2008-02-27

Visa Pick Up Date 2008-3-05

Received Visa 2008-2-29 (called to pick up earlier)

POE 2008-3-05 Los Angeles

Wedding 2008-4-26

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