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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia

Hi guys!

Please help me out with the Packet 3 instruction that u.s embassy had send to me. In the past I knew that I-134 usually bring on the day of the interview. But now it seem something has change. I wasn't sure if the instruction really mean to sent I-134 on along with DS-230 Part 1.

Here what is states:


Beneficiary: Complete and sign Form DS-230 Part I (Biographic Data), and this check-list. Petitioner must complete the Form I-134 (Affidavit of support) and provide its supplemental documents: W-2 and 1040 tax forms (for the last taxable year), bank and other financial statements and forward it to you. If the petitioner not qualified to sponsor you, petitioner must find a co-sponsor who can present a signed Form I-134 and supplemental documents in addition to your Affidavit of Support.


Please mail the above documents with a copy of beneficiary’s passport photo page as soon as possible to: U.S Embassy.

Please help with reading the instruction. Thanks

03/12/08 Engagement Ceremony

06/16/08 I-129F send

06/23/08 NOA1 Hard copy received

06/23/08 Touched

07/09/08 Touched

07/10/08 Touched

11/05/08 NOA2 Notice date

11/10/08 NOA2 Hard copy received

11/12/08 NVC sent my petition to embassy

12/20/08 Packet 3 received by petitioner

02/10/09 Packet 3 sent

03/05/09 Medical Exam

04/01/09 Interview Date-Passed!

04/24/09 Visa pick up!

7/24/09 Arrive in U.S

8/12/09 Applied for Social Security Card

8/25/09 Civil Marriage

9/01/09 Apply for Green Card

11/09/09 Green card received


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Malaysia

Heya... I don't think I can help you out here. It seems like the instructions are different with each country... you can read my instructions here on this post:


it is so different from yous. mine, apparently, I am supposed to send in the DS-230 only first. then only the checklist later. i'm really confused too. i hope someone could help you out.



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