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Affidavit of Support

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Hi everyone :)

This concern is actually for my friend who is under K3. She is confused what affi. of support form her husband will need to fill out. Is it I-134 or I-864 or should be both?

Thanks a lot for the info. that you can give. :yes:

Del


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NOA1--------------------- 11/25/05

I-129F RFE Reply ------– 03/30/06

NOA2---------------------- 04/08/06

Left From NVC------------ 04/26/06

Received By Consulate-- 05/03/06

Kpacket Received ------- 06/13/06

Medical Done------------- 08/08/06

Interview ----------------- 08/29/06

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Your friend will need the I-134.

For further information on Manila Embassy and requirements check HERE There is a link in the first post to the archived thread which contains a lot of information relevent to Manila.


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When does a person supply an I-134 during the K3 process???

my understanding of filing a k-3 visa for a spouse is to first file an I-130 along with a G325. Then once you receive a receipt for filing an I-130 you send a copy of the receipt along with an I-129f form and another G325. Am I correct? Please correct me if I am wrong as I am about to beging filing for my wife and I don't want to make any mistake that will cause for our application to take longer than it actually does.

Thank you!!!

Your friend will need the I-134.

For further information on Manila Embassy and requirements check HERE There is a link in the first post to the archived thread which contains a lot of information relevent to Manila.

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