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Do I file I-134 for children?

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Dumb question, maybe. I am preparing my I-134 for my fiancee. It says to complete one for "each person". What about her young son, age 13? he is included in her passport. He is listed on her DS-156k and is listed on the I-134 for my fiancee. I DID do a separate DS-156 for him. Do I need a separate I-134?

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Gary


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Hello All

Dumb question, maybe. I am preparing my I-134 for my fiancee. It says to complete one for "each person". What about her young son, age 13? he is included in her passport. He is listed on her DS-156k and is listed on the I-134 for my fiancee. I DID do a separate DS-156 for him. Do I need a separate I-134?

Thanks

Gary

Yes, and check directly with the Consulate about the passport. They may require him to have his own.


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Hello All

Dumb question, maybe. I am preparing my I-134 for my fiancee. It says to complete one for "each person". What about her young son, age 13? he is included in her passport. He is listed on her DS-156k and is listed on the I-134 for my fiancee. I DID do a separate DS-156 for him. Do I need a separate I-134?

Thanks

Gary

Yes, and check directly with the Consulate about the passport. They may require him to have his own.

Thank you. I will do that.

Gary


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Hello All

Dumb question, maybe. I am preparing my I-134 for my fiancee. It says to complete one for "each person". What about her young son, age 13? he is included in her passport. He is listed on her DS-156k and is listed on the I-134 for my fiancee. I DID do a separate DS-156 for him. Do I need a separate I-134?

Thanks

Gary

Yes, and check directly with the Consulate about the passport. They may require him to have his own.

Thank you. I will do that.

Gary

Regardless, if possible, get him his own passport. He cannot travel separately without one.


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Hello All

Dumb question, maybe. I am preparing my I-134 for my fiancee. It says to complete one for "each person". What about her young son, age 13? he is included in her passport. He is listed on her DS-156k and is listed on the I-134 for my fiancee. I DID do a separate DS-156 for him. Do I need a separate I-134?

Thanks

Gary

Yes, and check directly with the Consulate about the passport. They may require him to have his own.

Thank you. I will do that.

Gary

You are correct. He must travel with her. I did verify that he CAN be listed in her passport, and his visa will be put in her passport. I also verified I DO have to have a separate I-134 for him, strange but OK, no problem and I verified that my fiancee can (and should) fill out and sign his DS-156 if he is not going to the interview (he is not). I think that was it. :)

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Gary

Regardless, if possible, get him his own passport. He cannot travel separately without one.


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Dumb question, maybe. I am preparing my I-134 for my fiancee. It says to complete one for "each person". What about her young son, age 13? he is included in her passport. He is listed on her DS-156k and is listed on the I-134 for my fiancee. I DID do a separate DS-156 for him. Do I need a separate I-134?

Thanks

Gary

Yes, and check directly with the Consulate about the passport. They may require him to have his own.

Thank you. I will do that.

Gary

You are correct. He must travel with her. I did verify that he CAN be listed in her passport, and his visa will be put in her passport. I also verified I DO have to have a separate I-134 for him, strange but OK, no problem and I verified that my fiancee can (and should) fill out and sign his DS-156 if he is not going to the interview (he is not). I think that was it. :)

Thanks

Gary

Regardless, if possible, get him his own passport. He cannot travel separately without one.

DS 156 is a visa application and he's applying for a visa, so of course you fill it out.


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