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Ok so I am a student studying my last year abroad in Hong Kong. As a result I don’t have a job, but that is not really a problem since I have a co-sponsor that can more than cover me. Now the question is this. For the I-134 what should I put as my address? My address in Hong Kong, my apartment at my university in California, or my Permanente (parents address)? Also what should I put for my income? My only source of real income is student loans.

In summary I have some cash in the bank, some student loans guaranteed till I graduate (about 6 more months), some stocks, staying abroad for 1 more month, and no job.

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Ok so I am a student studying my last year abroad in Hong Kong. As a result I don’t have a job, but that is not really a problem since I have a co-sponsor that can more than cover me. Now the question is this. For the I-134 what should I put as my address? My address in Hong Kong, my apartment at my university in California, or my Permanente (parents address)? Also what should I put for my income? My only source of real income is student loans.

In summary I have some cash in the bank, some student loans guaranteed till I graduate (about 6 more months), some stocks, staying abroad for 1 more month, and no job.

Hmmm... is your apartment at school a dorm or an apartment you pay rent for that is near the campus? If it's the former, I would put my parents' address down, but if it's the latter and you intend to stay there throughout the summer, put the school address. Which address did you put on your I-129?

For your financials, put down that you're unemployed, but get a letter from the bank saying you have $XXXX amount and maybe include your student loan award letter and some kind of document that shows that your have stocks and how much they're worth. And if you own any property in Hong Kong, you could possible put that down too. And then have your co-sposor fill out a form :thumbs:


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I disagree with Karen. Since you are counting on your co-sponsor's income to meet the guidelines (you do know about the 125% of poverty level?) you do not have to show any income of your own - so no need to do bank statements, property evaluations or stock statements - not worth anything anyway since you do not intend to rely on that. Good Luck


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Hmmm... is your apartment at school a dorm or an apartment you pay rent for that is near the campus? If it's the former, I would put my parents' address down, but if it's the latter and you intend to stay there throughout the summer, put the school address. Which address did you put on your I-129?

I just signed the lease and took control of the apartment last month, it is a on campus but privately managed complex for graduate students and married couples (at least one person must be a student to stay there). It is not a dorm, and you have to pay monthly rent, sign a lease excetra just like any other private apartment. On my K-1 I used my parents address because at the time I did not have the apartment.

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