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I had already sent the affidavit of support to my fiance after we got our I-129F approval. In the AOS guide, I see it's saying we should send another one - am I to send a second one along, or should USCIS already have the affidavit and evidence I sent along earlier in the process? If so, why would the guide say we need to send it again?


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March 24th, 2009: NOA1

March 25th, 2009: Check cashed

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April 3rd, 2009: Case transferred to CSC (YES!)

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I had already sent the affidavit of support to my fiance after we got our I-129F approval. In the AOS guide, I see it's saying we should send another one - am I to send a second one along, or should USCIS already have the affidavit and evidence I sent along earlier in the process? If so, why would the guide say we need to send it again?

You'll need a I-864 affidavit of support when you file to adjust status[AOS]. K1s use a I-134 affidavit of support at their embassy interview.

Edited by Haole

K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

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Okay, I see now. Different form.

Another question: It says, "For purposes of this affidavit, the line for gross (total) income on IRS Forms 1040 and 1040A will be considered when determining income. For persons filing IRS Form 1040 EZ,the line for adjusted gross income will be considered." On my Schedule C for last year (as I was self-employed), my technical gross income was OVER the 125% limit. However, after adjusting for business-related expenses, my "total" income was a smidge LESS than the 125% limit.

Which one are they going to take? Also, I'm seeing in this form that the spouse's income CAN be used, even without dependents of his/her own. Is the inability to use the spouse's income ONLY pertaining to the I-134, and not the I-864? With his income, we have plenty. I refuse to believe that we're making WELL over the 125% limit at this very moment, and yet I'd be considered unable to support him.

Edited by SterlingGirl

December 22nd, 2008: Legally wed!

March 16th, 2009: AOS package posted via FedEx

March 18th, 2009: AOS package delivered, signed for by J. Chyba

March 24th, 2009: NOA1

March 25th, 2009: Check cashed

March 27th, 2009: NOA1 in hand

April 3rd, 2009: Case transferred to CSC (YES!)

April 9th, 2009: Biometrics

May 6th, 2009: EAD and AP approval notices sent

May 12th, 2009: AOS Touch

May 13th, 2009: AOS Touch, EAD received

June 18th, 2009: CRIS approval email, card production ordered - yes!

June 18th, 2009: Welcome notice mailed

June 22nd, 2009: Welcome notice received

July 2, 2009: Green card received!

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December 22nd, 2008: Legally wed!

March 16th, 2009: AOS package posted via FedEx

March 18th, 2009: AOS package delivered, signed for by J. Chyba

March 24th, 2009: NOA1

March 25th, 2009: Check cashed

March 27th, 2009: NOA1 in hand

April 3rd, 2009: Case transferred to CSC (YES!)

April 9th, 2009: Biometrics

May 6th, 2009: EAD and AP approval notices sent

May 12th, 2009: AOS Touch

May 13th, 2009: AOS Touch, EAD received

June 18th, 2009: CRIS approval email, card production ordered - yes!

June 18th, 2009: Welcome notice mailed

June 22nd, 2009: Welcome notice received

July 2, 2009: Green card received!

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Can the Intending Immigrant Help Me Meet the Income Requirements? (from instructions)

If certain conditions are met, the intending immigrant's income can help you meet the income requirement. If the intending immigrant is your spouse, his or her income can be included if it will continue from the same source after he or she obtains lawful permanent resident status.

Is he working in the US and will he keep that job? Then yes his income counts is how I interpret it.

Edited by Nich-Nick

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K-1 Timeline 4 months, 19 days 03-10-08 VSC to 7-29-08 Interview London

10-05-08 Married

AOS Timeline 5 months, 14 days 10-9-08 to 3-23-09 No interview

Removing Conditions Timeline 5 months, 20 days12-27-10 to 06-10-11 No interview

Citizenship Timeline 3 months, 26 days 12-31-11 Dallas to 4-26-12 Interview Houston

05-16-12 Oath ceremony

The journey from Fiancé to US citizenship:

4 years, 2 months, 6 days

243 pages of forms/documents submitted

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