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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia
Timeline

Hi all,

Just want to be sure. I am a US Citizen.

1) Do i need to file both I-864 and I-134 or just file I-134?

2) I have a daughter from my ex-girlfriend but we NEVER married. My daughter is living with me. On the I-134 i needed to list her as my dependent, Right? Do i need to provide anything as of me being singal and never been married before? I have a copy of the affividt from the court that I never been married before. Do i need to attach that since on the I-134 I stated that i have a daughter? or no need to unless they asked?

3) I'm planning to visit my fiancee this month, Do i need to bring G-325a for my financee to sign before mailing out I-129F?

4) on the letter of "Inten to marry", for myself, this is the address i put in: am i right?

United States Department of Homeland Security

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

75 Lower Welden Street

St. Albans, VT 05479-0001

Also on my fiancee letter of "Intent to marry", do i need to put the same address as above when sending with the I-129F?

5) If i make a copy of my passport (all pages), do i need to make a copy of my US Citizen cerficate too?

Sorry for long question. Thank you for your help.


VSC K1 & N400 Timeline:

1/05/2009 Sent I-129F, G-325A + other documents as required. $455 fee
1/09/2009 NOA1 Petitioner received
4/30/2009 NOA2 Petitioner received (approved in 105 days from NOA1 3.5months)
6/08/2009 Packet 3 Petitioner received
6/20/2009 Packet 4 Petitioner received, mail everything from above forms & I-134 plus other doc as required for beneficiary
7/23/2009 Interview @ 7am, Interview passed- visa pick up July 31st
------------
9/13/2009 Arrived in JFK
9/15/2009 Applied for Marriage License $40
9/29/2009 Applied SSN (bring SS-5, Passport, & I-94). Went to local County District Court for Marriage License $38.50 fee... Officially Marriage. Received SS card in less then 2 weeks. 2 weeks later, apply for State Photo ID
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10/22/2009 Mail AOS forms (I-485,G-325A,I-864,I-131, I-765, plus support doc) $1,010 fee
10/29/2009 I-797C, NOA (I-485, I-131, and I-765)
11/16/2009 I-797C, NOA, I-485 transfer to CSC - No interview
11/24/2009 Biometrics App't (I-485, I-765)
12/14/2009 I-131 Approved
12/17/2009 I-765 Approved
12/22/2009 I-485 Approval letter/Welcome to America
--------------
08/22/2011 Letter from USCIS reminding to file I-751
09/01/2011 2nd notice from USCIS reminding to file I-751
09/26/2011 Mail I-751 w/supporting doc
10/03/2011 Check cleared
10/03/2011 I-797C, NOA
11/07/2011 USCIS App't
11/07/2011 Approved
06/20/2012 GC Arrived
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01/30/2013 Mail N-400, G-1145, & supporting doc
02/20/2013 Fingerprint App't
04/16/2013 Interview - PASSED

04/29/2013 Naturalization Oath Ceremony at 2pm

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
Timeline

1) For K-Visa the I-134 is required at time of visa interview, NOT when you file the I-129F. I-864 will be used much later when adjusting status.

2) Yes you list her as a dependent.

3) Yes a a good idea also get a signed fiancee letter of intent from your fiancee.

4) Yes, and yes.

5) Redundancy is a good thing providing 2 proofs of residency.


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Filed: Other Country: China
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1) For K-Visa the I-134 is required at time of visa interview, NOT when you file the I-129F. I-864 will be used much later when adjusting status.

2) Yes you list her as a dependent.

3) Yes a a good idea also get a signed fiancee letter of intent from your fiancee.

4) Yes, and yes.

5) Redundancy is a good thing providing 2 proofs of residency.

I concur, except in 5) above you are showing evidence of citizenship, not residency. Don't file I-134 or anything financial with the petition. Do read carefully all instructions for every form. The I-129F instructions tell you which supporting documents to submit, such as original signed letters of intent from petitioner and beneficiary and do not mention anything financial. Read carefully, interpret literally and answer accurately and honestly. If you have a child, you have a child. If you have never been married, you have never been married.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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1) For K-Visa the I-134 is required at time of visa interview, NOT when you file the I-129F. I-864 will be used much later when adjusting status.

2) Yes you list her as a dependent.

3) Yes a a good idea also get a signed fiancee letter of intent from your fiancee.

4) Yes, and yes.

5) Redundancy is a good thing providing 2 proofs of residency.

I concur, except in 5) above you are showing evidence of citizenship, not residency. Don't file I-134 or anything financial with the petition. Do read carefully all instructions for every form. The I-129F instructions tell you which supporting documents to submit, such as original signed letters of intent from petitioner and beneficiary and do not mention anything financial. Read carefully, interpret literally and answer accurately and honestly. If you have a child, you have a child. If you have never been married, you have never been married.

Yep I meant Citizenship. :blush:

OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

1428954228.1592.1755425389.png

CHIN0001_zps9c01d045.gifCHIN0100_zps02549215.gifTAIW0001_zps9a9075f1.gifVIET0001_zps0a49d4a7.gif

Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia
Timeline

Thank you for the fast reply. Actaully, i'm not planning to mail the I-134 with the I-129f, it's just an advance question :). sorry for the confusion.


VSC K1 & N400 Timeline:

1/05/2009 Sent I-129F, G-325A + other documents as required. $455 fee
1/09/2009 NOA1 Petitioner received
4/30/2009 NOA2 Petitioner received (approved in 105 days from NOA1 3.5months)
6/08/2009 Packet 3 Petitioner received
6/20/2009 Packet 4 Petitioner received, mail everything from above forms & I-134 plus other doc as required for beneficiary
7/23/2009 Interview @ 7am, Interview passed- visa pick up July 31st
------------
9/13/2009 Arrived in JFK
9/15/2009 Applied for Marriage License $40
9/29/2009 Applied SSN (bring SS-5, Passport, & I-94). Went to local County District Court for Marriage License $38.50 fee... Officially Marriage. Received SS card in less then 2 weeks. 2 weeks later, apply for State Photo ID
--------------
10/22/2009 Mail AOS forms (I-485,G-325A,I-864,I-131, I-765, plus support doc) $1,010 fee
10/29/2009 I-797C, NOA (I-485, I-131, and I-765)
11/16/2009 I-797C, NOA, I-485 transfer to CSC - No interview
11/24/2009 Biometrics App't (I-485, I-765)
12/14/2009 I-131 Approved
12/17/2009 I-765 Approved
12/22/2009 I-485 Approval letter/Welcome to America
--------------
08/22/2011 Letter from USCIS reminding to file I-751
09/01/2011 2nd notice from USCIS reminding to file I-751
09/26/2011 Mail I-751 w/supporting doc
10/03/2011 Check cleared
10/03/2011 I-797C, NOA
11/07/2011 USCIS App't
11/07/2011 Approved
06/20/2012 GC Arrived
--------------
01/30/2013 Mail N-400, G-1145, & supporting doc
02/20/2013 Fingerprint App't
04/16/2013 Interview - PASSED

04/29/2013 Naturalization Oath Ceremony at 2pm

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Thank you for the fast reply. Actaully, i'm not planning to mail the I-134 with the I-129f, it's just an advance question :). sorry for the confusion.

May as well fill in profile details with Foreign Country, and can indicate "Filed for: K-1" even though you have not yet.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...rCP&CODE=01

You can also start a timeline: http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=56130


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

1428954228.1592.1755425389.png

CHIN0001_zps9c01d045.gifCHIN0100_zps02549215.gifTAIW0001_zps9a9075f1.gifVIET0001_zps0a49d4a7.gif

Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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