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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: South Africa
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This is just a question that I could use some advice on! If I am not the main sponsor for my fiance but I don't have a job right now (possibly soon....waiting to hear) but want to go back to see him before he gets his interview should I be more concerned with saving money and getting things in order here or does it make a difference if I go visit and I have no job when he has his interview?

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As the USC for your foreign fiance, you HAVE to be the main sponsor. If you don't meet the financial requirements then you will need a cosponsor, but you still remain the primary one as you are the K1 petitioner (with your fiance being the beneficiary).


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18th June 08 - Mailed AOS/EAD/AP to Chicago lockbox

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31st August 10 - NOA1 from VSC

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Filed: Other Country: China
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Yes I am the co-sponsor so will it be bad if I go stay with him and don't have a job when his interview comes up?

If it's your fiance, you are the primary sponsor. Regardless of your travel plans, if you don't qualify, you'll need a co-sponsor who does.


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If you are sponsoring your foreign fiance to come to the US, then you are the petitioner, which makes you the MAIN sponsor, not the cosponsor. A cosponsor is necessary if you, as the petitoner and main sponsor, cannot meet the requirements. If you do not meet the requirements, that doesn't make you a cosponsor. You remain the main sponsor. If your cosponsor meets the requirements then it doesn't really matter what you do, whether you go there or not, seeing as your finances won't meet the financial requirements anyway...


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(Full timeline in profile)

25th May 07 - Sent I-129F to TSC

17th December 07 - Interview- APPROVED! :)

19th December 07 - Visa in hand!!

25th March 08 - Fly to US

17th May 08 - Got married!!!!! :)

18th June 08 - Mailed AOS/EAD/AP to Chicago lockbox

3rd October 08 - Green card in hand!!

15th November 08 - Second wedding reception (in London, UK!)

24th November 08 - Returned GC as it contained 2 errors

23rd January 09 - Green card in hand...again...and no mistakes!! :)

26th August 10 - Sent I-751 to VSC

31st August 10 - NOA1 from VSC

14th December 10 - Biometrics in Houston TX

10th January 11 - I-751 approved!

14th January 11 - 10-year green card in hand!!

4563842_bodyshot_300x400.gif

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