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How are you everybody ?

I have a question for you ..our K3 papers was sent to Embassy 2 days ago and I don't know what form my husband should fill for the AOS is it I-134 or the I-1684 something lik ethat i can't remmber realy it 's concerning the Affidait of support he is with me now ..and he is leaving back to US today at night I wanna know that very important today to see if we can download the forms and he sign it here for me before he leaves...

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AOS JOURNEY:

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2007- April -25: AOS SENT AND FILED

2007- April -27:AOS package delivered

2007- May -05: NOA1 recieved in Mail

2007- May -23: Biometrics Appointment @ 9 Am

2007- May -15: RFE recieved

2007- June-05:RFE paper sent

2007- June-08: RFE recieved

2007- August- 08 : Interview at 10 A.M

2007- october- 04 :Card production ordered

2007-october- 05: Welcome letter recieved in mail

2007-october-11 : Approval notice sent

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Be warned, I am most definately NOT an expert on any of this, and I'm very new here, but if you're looking for the affadavit of support form,I think that's the I-864 - at least, that was the one that my wife filed on my behalf in our case.

If you need a copy, you can download it from here as a PDF:

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/forms/index.htm

Hope this helps :)

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The type of form that needs to completed (as affidavit of financial support) will depend upon what the US embassy/consulate abroad requires. I called USCIS for this very same reason and I was told that it's at the discretion of the embassy. For example I contacted the US embassy where my wife will have her interview, and I was told that they would require the I-134. Good luck you are almost there :thumbs: .

Tempeck

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for K3 it will be the I-134 but please be aware that the affidavit of support must be signed in front of a notary public. You can't just sign it and take it to the interview. It MUST be signed in front of consular officer or notary public


Angelika (Schweinfurt, Germany) and Chris (Tulsa, USA)

I-130

Aug 23 2005 - sent to TSC

Aug 25 2005 - received at CSC

Aug 29 2005 - NOA1 in mail

Jan 25 2006 - NOA 2 per email

Jan 31 2006 - Case # assigned

Feb 13 2006 - AOS Bill and DS 3032 received

Feb 14 2006 - AOS Bill paid and DS 3032 sent to NVC

Feb 27 2006 - AOS form and IV Bill issued

Mar 23 2006 - AOS and IV Bill sent to NVC

Apr 10 2006 - DS230 received and sent right back

Apr 28 2006 - case complete

May 2 2006 - sent to Consulate

May 4 2006 - received at Consulate

July 17 2006 - Interview in Germany

Aug 02 2006 - Flying back to Tulsa with my CR1 in passport

Removal of Conditions - I-751

May 2 2008 - Mailed I-751 to TSC

May 21 2008 - Received NOA 1 (extension letter) from VSC

May 27 2008 - Biometrics Appointment in OKC

July 22 2008 - touched

August 6 2008 - touched

February 22, 2009 - touched

March 24, 2009 - card production ordered

April 4, 2009 - Green Card in mail

I-129F

Aug 31 - Oct 20 2005at NBC

Oct 26 - Nov 3 2005 at NVC

Jan 10 2006- Visa interview

Feb 09 2006- Flying to Tulsa

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For K-3 Visa interview, it is usually I-134. But the US Citizen Petitioner must sign the I-134 in front of a Notary Public. I am sure, the US Embassy will mail the beneficiary where they will ask you what documents to bring during the interview. You will also need to do a medical prior to the interview.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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